Scholarship Archives

Faculty Scholarship

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.

October 2014

Publications

  • David Cruz

    “‘Amorphous Federalism’ and the Supreme Court’s Marriage Cases,” Loyola Law Review

  • Sofia Gruskin

    “Air Pollution, Health, and Human Rights,” The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, online (print forthcoming) (with J. Samet)

  • Gregory Keating

    “Tort Liability as Compensation,” review of Mark Geistfeld’s “Compensation as a Tort Norm,” inPhilosophical Foundations of the Law of Torts, Jotwell Torts Section

  • Edward Kleinbard

    “Corporate Tax Reform, Business Tax Reform, or Capital Income Tax Reform?” Chapman Law Review

  • Edward Kleinbard

    “Invisible Man: Losing Sight of the Real Adam Smith,” Commonwealth

  • Daniel Klerman

    “Inferences from Litigated Cases,” Journal of Legal Studies (with Yoon-Ho Alex Lee) (lead article)

  • Daniel Klerman

    “An Economic Analysis of Subject Matter Jurisdiction Waiver: A Response to Professor Buehler,” Washington Law Review online

  • Yoon-Ho Alex Lee

    “Inferences from Litigated Cases,” Journal of Legal Studies (lead article) (with Daniel Klerman)

  • Nomi Stolzenberg

    “Political Theology with a Difference,” UC Irvine Law Review symposium issue online (print forthcoming in November)

Acceptances

  • Rebecca Brown

    “Rhetoric and Reality: Testing the Harm of Campaign Spending,” NYU Law Review

  • Sofia Gruskin

    “Advancing Sexual Health through Human Rights: The Role of the Law,” Global Public Health (with Eszter Kismodi, Jane Cotthingham and Alice Miller)

  • Wayne Sandholtz

    "Lost Causes: Agenda Vetting in Global Issue Networks and the Shaping of Human Security," (book review) Political Science Quarterly

  • Wayne Sandholtz

    "How Domestic Courts Use International Law," Fordham International Law Journal

Presentations/Lectures/Workshops

  • Rebecca Brown

    “Rhetoric and Reality: Testing the Harm of Campaign Spending,” Conference on “Testing the Constitution,” University of Chicago

  • Rebecca Brown

    “The United States Supreme Court Term,” Federal Bar Association of Orange County

  • Sofia Gruskin

    “Human Rights Concepts and Methods in Public Health," Plenary Speaker, Creating Model Health Communities Summit, University of Texas at Austin

  • Sofia Gruskin

    “Gender and Rights-Oriented Health Systems Research: Methodological Approaches and Challenges,” Panel Convener and Presenter, Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, Cape Town, South Africa

  • Sofia Gruskin

    “Sexual and Reproductive Health: Inequality, Law and Human Rights,” Keynote Speaker, Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice, University of Texas School of Law, Austin

  • Gregory Keating

    Comment on Ben Zipursky, “Reasonableness In and Out of Negligence Law,” Conference on “The New Doctrinalism,” Penn Law School

  • Daniel Klerman

    Comment on Mark Rose, “Hollywood Story: Nichols v. Universal (1930),” Chapter 5 of Authors in Court: Scenes in the History of Literary Property, Southern California IP Professors’ and UCLA Entertainment, Media, and Intellectual Property Colloquium Workshop, UCLA Law School

  • Daniel Klerman

    “Forum Selling,” Faculty Workshop, USC Law School (with Greg Reilly)

  • Daniel Klerman

    “Inside the Caucus: An Empirical Analysis of Mediation from Within,” Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (CELS), UC Berkeley Law School (with Lisa Klerman)

  • Lisa Klerman

    “Inside the Caucus: An Empirical Analysis of Mediation from Within,” Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (CELS), UC Berkeley Law School (with Dan Klerman)

  • Camille Gear Rich

    "Marginal Whiteness Revisited, Making Sense of the Isla Vista Shooter," UCLA Whiteness as Property Symposium

  • Camille Gear Rich

    "Relational Discrimination and Loving Across Boundaries," CLHC  book talk panel on According to Our Hearts: Rhinelander v. Rhinelander and the Law of the Multiracial Family

  • Camille Gear Rich

    “Elective Race: Recognizing Race Discrimination in the Era of Racial Self Determination,” USC Sociology Department

  • Camille Gear Rich

    “Race, Sexual Expression and Civil Rights Law,” as part of a panel on Race Sexual Expression and Civil Rights Law, A Conversation with Daniele Watts, USC Gould School of Law

  • Wayne Sandholtz

    "Law, Politics, and Amnesties in the Inter-American System of Human Rights," Center for the Study of Democracy, University of California, Irvine

  • Nomi Stolzenberg

    “It's About Money: The Fundamental Contradiction of Hobby Lobby,” The Center for Law, History and Culture and the Program for Religious Accommodation Workshop, USC Gould School of Law

  • Abby K. Wood

    "In the Shadows of Sunlight: An Empirical Study of Campaign Finance Disclosure," Pacific Northwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Bend, Oregon

Other

  • Jonathan Barnett

    Jonathan Barnett’s paper, “Hollywood Deals: Soft Contracts for Hard Markets,” was included in a National Affairs blog that compiles leading academic studies in social sciences: http://www.nationalaffairs.com/blog/detail/findings-a-daily-roundup/manage-it

  • Rebecca Brown

    Rebecca Brown organized and participated as a panelist in USC Gould School of Law’s seventh annual “Supreme Court Preview” along with two invited Supreme Court advocates.

  • David Cruz

    David Cruz’s paper, "Baker V. Nelson: Flotsam in the Tidal Wave Of Windsor's Wake," was recently listed on SSRN's Top Ten download list for: Sexuality & the Law eJournal and AARN: Family Law (Topic).

  • Sam Erman

    Sam Erman served as moderator for Gould School of Law’s seventh annual “Supreme Court Preview.”

  • Hannah Garry

    Hannah Garry introduced a talk by Professor David Crane, former Chief Prosecutor for the Special Court for Sierra Leone, on "Syria: the Search for Justice and Accountability," USC Gould School of Law.

  • Gregory Keating

    Greg Keating attended the second annual North American Private Law Workshop at Harvard Law School.

  • Lisa Klerman

    Lisa Klerman participated in a panel of California leaders in government and academia on the topic of, “What can mediation do for your community? Resolving conflict across cultural barriers,” Los Angeles County Department of Consumer Affairs, National Mediation Week event.

  • Heidi Rummel

    Heidi Rummel participated in a panel on, "Women in the Criminal Justice System: Incarceration, Sentencing and Collateral Consequences," Southwestern Law Review Symposium.

  • Julie A. Ryan

    Julie Ryan served as an arbitrator at the Skadden Arps Foreign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot.

  • Emily Ryo

    Emily Ryo, was a panel moderator on “California Immigrant Integration Policy,” for the  USC Price Asian Pacific Islander Caucus and the Latino Association for Policy, Planning and Development.

  • Rob Saltzman

    Rob Saltzman was a panelist/presenter at the LAPD/LGBT Forum sponsored by the Chief of Police LAPD Headquarters Administration Building in downtown Los Angeles. Saltzman spoke on: (1) implementation of the LAPD policy regarding treatment of transgender individuals in patrol settings and in custody; (2) LAPD policy regarding reporting and recording of hate crimes based on gender and gender identity (and the recent murder of a transgender woman in East Hollywood); and (3) whether the LAPD complied with its own policy regarding undercover vice operations when it recently used undercover officers to make arrests for lewd conduct in a commercial fitness spa in Hollywood.

  • Abby K. Wood

    Abby Wood received a Bedrosian Center grant to support her research on over-compliance with transparency and disclosure laws.

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