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Faculty Distinctions and Awards

Faculty of the USC Gould School of Law have been widely recognized for their achievements in scholarship and teaching and for their contributions to the profession and the public. They are frequently invited to testify before Congress and other bodies and to deliver distinguished lectures at universities, learned societies and national and international meetings. They have also received numerous prizes and been elected to membership in important academies and institutes, including:

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

American Academy of Arts and Sciences

American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Elected Member)

National Academy of Medicine (Elected Member)

National Academy of Medicine (Elected Member)

Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar

Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar


Institute for Advanced Study

Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences

Radcliffe Institute

American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science

Society for Empirical Legal Studies

American Association of Law Libraries

American College of Bankruptcy

American College of Bankruptcy

Harvard University Society of Fellows

Phi Kappa Phi Faculty Recognition Award

Phi Kappa Phi Faculty Recognition Award

USC Associates Award for Excellence in Teaching

USC Lifetime Achievement Award

USC Associates Award for Excellence in Teaching

USC Associates Awards for Creativity in Research and Scholarship

USC Associates Awards for Excellence in Teaching

USC Associates Awards for Excellence in Teaching

  • 2014: Thomas Griffith
  • 1984: Stephen J. Morse
  • 1977: Robert C. Ellickson
  • 1974: Scott H. Bice
  • 1970: Gary Bellow
  • 1967: Leonard G. Ratner
  • 1962: Victor S. Netterville
  • 1961: G. Richard Wicks
Provost's Award for Mentoring

Provost's Award for Mentoring


USC Associates Award for Excellence in Teaching

Mellon Mentoring Award

William A. Rutter Distinguished Teaching Award

Distinguished Faculty Service Award (USC Academic Senate)

Distinguished Faculty Service Award (USC Academic Senate)

Book Awards

  • Ariela J. Gross, for WHAT BLOOD WON'T TELL: A HISTORY OF RACE ON TRIAL IN AMERICA

    • James Willard Hurst, Jr. Prize (best book in sociolegal history), 2009, Law and Society Association
    • Prize for Best Book on Race, Ethnicity and Politics, 2009, American Political Science Association
    • Lillian Smith Book Award, 2009, Southern Regional Council, University of Georgia Libraries and the DeKalb County Public Library/Georgia Center for the Book
    • CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title of 2009

  • Elyn R. Saks, for THE CENTER CANNOT HOLD: MY JOURNEY THROUGH MADNESS

    • Top Ten Non-Fiction Books of the Year, 2007, Time Magazine
    • National Best Books 2008 Awards, Winner in the Health: Psychology/Mental Health Category, USA Book News Award
    • Advocacy Award, 2007, Mental Health Advocacy Services
    • Best Memoir in Inspirational Category, 2007, Books for a Better Life
    • National Alliance on Mental Illness, Outstanding Media Awards: Literary Award
    • National Alliance on Mental Illness-NYC Metro's Kenneth Johnson Memorial Research Library, 2008 Ken Book Award
    • Jacques Brien Prize, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute
    • Mardi Arquette Spirit Award, 2008, Southern California Counseling Center
    • Distinguished Citizen Award, 2008, American College of Psychoanalysts

  • Dan Simon, for In Doubt: The Psychology of the Criminal Justice Process

    • Book Award for Authored Book, 2015, American Psychology-Law Society

  • Christopher D. Stone, for WHERE THE LAW ENDS

    • Best Book Award (Social Issues in Management Division), 1992, Academy of Management

Professional Recognition

(Leadership in Scholarly Organizations; National Fellowships; etc.)

FACULTY IN THE NEWS

Los Angeles Times
April 26, 2017
Re: Edward Kleinbard

Edward Kleinbard was cited about the limited economic benefits for Americans when tax breaks encourage companies to repatriate foreign income. After the tax holiday, U.S. corporations even stepped up their sequestering of profits abroad, figuring that sooner or later a new administration would offer them yet another break — as Trump is proposing. That hoard of what Kleinbard calls “stateless income” now tops $2 trillion.

RECENT SCHOLARSHIP

Hannah Garry
February, 2017

Hannah Garry moderated "Humanity in War: An International Humanitarian Law Workshop," USC Gould School of Law, Los Angeles, CA.

Gillian Hadfield
February, 2017

“The Problem Of Social Order: What Should We Count As Law?” Law and Social Inquiry 42 (2017): 16.

David B. Cruz
February, 2017

David B. Cruz spoke on "Equal Protection? Current Issues of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Discrimination" on a panel on "Challenges and Controversies in Constitutional Law," 2017 Central District of California Judicial Conference, La Quinta, CA.