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USC Gould 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.

April 2017

Awards and Honors

  • Emily Ryo

    2017 recipient of the Andrew Carnegie fellowship, Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program.

Publications

  • Gregory Keating

    "Is There Really No Liability Without Fault?: A Critique of Goldberg & Zipursky." Fordham Law Review (Res Gestae) 85 (2017): 24.

  • Emily Ryo

    “The Promise of a Subject-Centered Approach to Understanding Immigration Noncompliance.” Journal on Migration and Human Security 5 (2017): 285.

Acceptances

  • Abby K. Wood

    "Agency Performance Challenges and Agency Politicization" (with David E. Lewis). Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory.

Presentations/Lectures/Workshops

  • Jonathan Barnett

    “2017-2018 Thomas Edison Innovation Fellowship 2nd Meeting,” Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property, Scottsdale, Arizona.

  • Gillian Hadfield

    Keynote, “Rules for a Flat World: Why Humans Invented Law and How to Reinvent It for a Complex Global Economy,” CodeX FutureLaw Conference, Stanford Law School, Stanford, CA.

  • Abby K. Wood

    “Measuring the Information Benefit of Campaign Finance Disclosure,” Southern California Law and Social Science (SoCLASS) Forum, Claremont-McKenna College, Claremont, CA.

Other

  • Jody David Armour

    Jody Armour moderated a panel discussion on “Homelessness in LA,” USC University Club, Los Angeles, CA.

  • Gregory Keating

    Gregory Keating participated at the 2017 Analytical Legal Philosophy Conference, University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, MI.

  • Robert K. Rasmussen

    Robert Rasmussen participated on a panel discussion on “Puerto Rico (or Restructuring without Bankruptcy Precedent),” ALI Law and Corporate Finance Conference, NYU School of Law, New York, NY.

  • Nomi Stolzenberg

    Nomi Stolzenberg presented and commented on Rob Howse and Ruti Teitel’s “Intergroup Conflicts Over Sovereignty and Property: Extending the Normative Universe Through Rights,” Comparative Law Works-in-Progress Workshop, UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles, CA.

FACULTY IN THE NEWS

HollywoodLife
June 14, 2017
Re: Daria Roithmayr

Daria Roithmayr was interviewed about the possible legal implications if President Donald Trump obstructed justice. “The probe has widened from Russian interference with US elections to possible obstruction of justice by President Trump,” Roithmayr explained. “The FBI frequently widens its investigation when it uncovers potential evidence of additional wrongdoing. That’s what has happened here. Mueller’s investigators are interviewing witnesses inside and outside the government in connection with Trump’s actions with regard to Comey and others in connection with the Russian inquiry. Mueller will make a set of findings about whether President Trump attempted to obstruct justice.”

RECENT SCHOLARSHIP

Emily Ryo
April, 2017

“The Promise of a Subject-Centered Approach to Understanding Immigration Noncompliance.” Journal on Migration and Human Security 5 (2017): 285.

Abby K. Wood
April, 2017

“Measuring the Information Benefit of Campaign Finance Disclosure,” Southern California Law and Social Science (SoCLASS) Forum, Claremont-McKenna College, Claremont, CA.

Emily Ryo
April, 2017

2017 recipient of the Andrew Carnegie fellowship, Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program.