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USC Gould is a top-ranked law school with a 115-year history and reputation for academic excellence. We are located on the beautiful 228-acre USC University Park Campus, just south of downtown Los Angeles.
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Last Updated: December 28, 2018
Julie Haffner is senior counsel of business and legal affairs at Netflix. She negotiates high-level deals for the Original Film group's growing slate of original motion pictures. Prior to Netflix, she was senior vice president of business and legal affairs at Entertainment One, where she negotiated motion picture development, production, financing and distribution deals for eOne and its partner companies, including Makeready, The Mark Gordon Company and Hopscotch.
Before eOne, Haffner spent six and a half years in the Motion Picture Group at Paramount Pictures negotiating agreements for films including “Flight,” “Nebraska,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and “GI Joe 2.” Prior to joining Paramount, she was a business affairs lawyer at The Weinstein Company, and negotiated deals for “August: Osage County,” “Halloween,” and countless other productions. She started her in-house studio career at Warner Bros. Pictures working on “The Departed” and “Superman Returns.” Before becoming an in-house studio lawyer, she spent several years in private practice representing talent in their negotiations with studios. She started her legal career at Richards, Watson & Gershon in downtown Los Angeles.
Haffner received her JD, cum laude, from Tulane University School of Law. While at Tulane, she was the Senior Managing Editor of the Tulane Environmental Law Journal, and published her case note. She was also a senior fellow/teaching assistant for the Law School’s Legal Research and Writing Program, as well as a student attorney in Tulane’s Environmental Law Clinic. Haffner received her BA, cum laude, with Departmental Honors in Political Science, from Barnard College of Columbia University in New York City. At Barnard, Haffner was awarded the coveted Bear Pin for student leadership, and was the editor in chief of the Barnard College yearbook as well as a charter class member of the Columbia University chapter of Alpha Chi Omega.
FACULTY IN THE NEWS
The New Republic published a review of Sam Erman's book entitled "Almost Citizens: Puerto Rico, the U.S. Constitution, and Empire. According to the reviewer, "The book is deeply researched and densely footnoted, but Erman’s writing is also lively and lucid, and he has an eye for catchy stories and compelling characters." The review goes on to suggest that aside from its compelling narrative, the book "has recovered a crucial history of the struggle over democracy, rights, race, and gender in America, a set of conflicts we have not left behind."
Jonathan Barnett co-authored a letter to the Federal Trade Commission in response to a request for public comments following Hearings #4 on Innovation and Intellectual Property Policy.
Dorothy S. Lund
"Nonvoting Shares and Efficient Corporate Governance," Ackerman Conference on Differential Voting Shares, Bar-Ilan University, Tel Aviv, Israel.
"Implementing Carpenter" posted to SSRN.