About USC Gould
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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Working Paper Series
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2001 USC Legal Studies Working Paper Series
- 01-1 Peter H. Huang, Kimberly D. Krawiec, and Frank Partnoy, Derivatives on TV: A Tale of Two Derivative Debacles in Prime-Time.
- 01-2 Linda R. Cohen and Matthew L. Spitzer, The Government Litigant Advantage: Implications for the Law (forthcoming, Florida State University Law Review).
- 01-3 Gregory C. Keating, Distributive and Corrective Justice in the Tort Law of Accidents, 74 Southern California Law Review 193 (2000).
- 01-4 George Lefcoe, Finding the Blight That's Right for California Redevelopment Law (forthcoming in 52 Hastings Law Journal, July 2001).
- 01-5 Edward J. McCaffery, A Voluntary Tax? Revisited (Presented at the National Tax Association's 93rd Annual Conference on Taxation, Estate and Gift Taxes Panel, Saturday, November 1, 2000, forthcoming in National Tax Association Proceedings).
- 01-6 Eric L. Talley, Disclosure Norms (forthcoming, 149 University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 2001).
- 01-7 Cindy R. Alexander, Jennifer Arlen, and Mark Cohen, Evaluating Data on Corporate Sentencing: How Reliable are the U.S. Sentencing Commission's Data? (forthcoming in the Federal Sentencing Reporter).
- 01-8 Jennifer Arlen, Matthew Spitzer, and Eric Talley, Endowment Effects Within Corporate Agency Relationships.
- 01-9 Nuno Garoupa and Daniel Klerman, Corruption and the Optimal Use of Nonmonetary Sanctions.
- 01-10 Daniel Klerman, Was the Jury Ever Self-Informing?
- 01-11 W. Bentley MacLeod, Optimal Contracting with Subjective Evaluation, 93 American Economic Review 216 (2003).
- 01-12 Eric L. Talley and Stephen J. Choi, A Defense of Shareholder Favoritism.
- 01-13 Gregory C. Keating, The Theory of Enterprise Liability and Common Law Strict Liability, 54 Vanderbilt Law Review 1285 (2001).
- 01-14 Herbert Dawid and W. Bentley MacLeod, Holdup and the Evolution of Bargaining Conventions, 15 European Journal of Economic and Social Systems 153 (2001).
- 01-15 Thomas D. Lyon, Speaking with children: Advice from investigative interviewers.
- 01-16 Stephen J. Choi and Eric L. Talley, Playing Favorites with Shareholders.
- 01-17 Dan Simon, On the Double-Consciousness of Judging: The Problematic Legacy of Cardozo.
- 01-18 Ronald R. Garet, "Our Ancient Faith": A Translation of the Declaration of Independence.
- 01-19 David B. Cruz, Disestablishing Sex and Gender (forthcoming 90 Calif. Law Rev. (July 2002)).
- 01-20 Elizabeth Graddy, Juries and Unpredictability in Products Liability Damage Awards (forthcoming in Law & Policy).
USC Gould Graduates Celebrate Passing the Bar
December 8, 2017
New lawyers take their oath after passing the nation’s most difficult bar exam
Start with “Yes”
November 27, 2017
During “Conversation with the Dean,” alumnus Paul Richardson (JD1990) shares career insights
Saks Institute Holds Discussion on Involuntary Commitment
November 20, 2017
Judge Jim Bianco ’87 discusses mental health court