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Scholarship Archives

USC Gould faculty is committed to scholarship, publishing articles in a variety of journals and reviews. Faculty contributions to scholarship and research are listed on their individual directory pages, on bepress, HeinOnline and Google Scholar.

Faculty members also present their work at conferences and symposiums and serve on panel discussions and at workshops. Below is a list of their endeavors.

December 2019

Awards and Honors

  • Lisa Klerman

    Lisa Klerman has been inducted as a Distinguished Fellow to the International Academy of Mediators.

Publications

  • Jonathan Barnett

    "The Certification Paradox." In The Cambridge Handbook of Technical Standardization Law, Vol. 2, edited by J. L. Contreras. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2019.

  • Nomi Stolzenberg

    "From Eternity to Here: Divine Accommodation and the Lost Language of Law," in The Oxford Handbook of Law and the Humanities, edited by S. Stern, M. Del Mar, and B. Meyler. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019.

Working Papers

  • Jonathan Barnett

    "The 'License as Tax' Fallacy," posted to SSRN and/or BePress.

Presentations/Lectures/Workshops

  • Gregory Keating

    "Form and Substance in the 'Private Law' of Torts,” Faculty Seminar at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

  • Dorothy S. Lund

    “Making Corporate Social Responsibility Pay,” Columbia Blue Sky Meeting, Columbia University School of Law.

Other

  • Hannah Garry

    Hannah Garry gave amicus curiae submissions on behalf of the victims of alleged war crimes in Afghanistan before the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court, The Hague, Netherlands.

  • Dorothy S. Lund

    Dorothy Lund participated in a panel discussion on “Index Investing,” Weil, Gotshal & Manges Roundtable and Twelfth Annual Investment Fund Roundtable, Yale Law School, Cambridge, MA.

FACULTY IN THE NEWS

Marketwatch
February 25, 2020
Re: John Matsusaka

John Matsusaka wrote an op-ed about how referendums can revive American democracy. Matsusaka said, "To revive our democracy, we the people need to get back into the business of governing ourselves. The first step should be to let the people decide important national issues by referendum." Prof. John Matsusaka is the director of the USC Initiative and Referendum Institute. The op-ed also appeared on Morningstar.

RECENT SCHOLARSHIP

Hannah Garry
December, 2019

Hannah Garry gave amicus curiae submissions on behalf of the victims of alleged war crimes in Afghanistan before the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court, The Hague, Netherlands.

Nomi Stolzenberg
December, 2019

"From Eternity to Here: Divine Accommodation and the Lost Language of Law," in The Oxford Handbook of Law and the Humanities, edited by S. Stern, M. Del Mar, and B. Meyler. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019.

Dorothy S. Lund
December, 2019

Dorothy Lund participated in a panel discussion on “Index Investing,” Weil, Gotshal & Manges Roundtable and Twelfth Annual Investment Fund Roundtable, Yale Law School, Cambridge, MA.