USC Law faculty is committed to scholarship, publishing articles in a variety of journals and reviews. 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.
"Are Strict Liabilities Conduct-Based Wrongs?" Fordham Law Review Res Gestae.
"Comment on Ronen Avraham Torts and the Paradox of Conservative Justice," Furthermore (Ohio State Law Journal Online).
"Products Liability As Enterprise Liability," Journal of Tort Law.
"Capital Taxation in an Age of Inequality," posted to SSRN.
"The Right Tax at the Right Time," posted to SSRN.
“Litigation and Settlement under Correlated 2-Sided Incomplete Information,” Law and Economics Theory Conference VI, New York University (co-presentation with Yoon-Ho Alex Lee).
“Litigation and Settlement under Correlated 2-Sided Incomplete Information,” Law and Economics Theory Conference VI, New York University (co-presentation with Dan Klerman).
“Performing Racial and Ethnic Identity: Discrimination by Proxy and the Future of Title VII” was cited by the Eleventh Circuit in EEOC v. Catastrophe Mgmt. Solutions.