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Scholarship Archives

USC Gould faculty is committed to scholarship, publishing articles in a variety of journals and reviews. Faculty contributions to scholarship and research are listed on their individual directory pages, on bepress, and Google Scholar.

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.

March 2019

Publications

  • Thomas D. Lyon

    "The Relation Between Young Children’s False Response Latency, Executive Functioning, and Truth-Lie Understanding (with Shanna Williams & Elizabeth Ahern). Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 65 (2019): 81.

  • Emily Ryo

    “Detention as Deterrence,” Stanford Law Review Online 71 (2019):135.

  • Franita Tolson

    "The Spectrum of Congressional Authority over Elections," Boston University Law Review 99 (2019): 317.

Acceptances

  • Jonathan Barnett

    "The Case for Noncompetes" (with Ted Sichelman), University of Chicago Law Review.

  • Thomas D. Lyon

    "The Utility of Direct Questions in Eliciting Subjective Content from Children Disclosing Sexual Abuse" (with Stacia N. Stolzenberg, Shanna Williams, Kelly McWilliams, Catherine Liang), Child Abuse & Neglect.

Working Papers

  • Abby K. Wood

    "Mind the (Participation) Gap: Vouchers, Voting, and Visibility" posted to SSRN (with Chris Elmendorf and Doug Spencer).

Presentations/Lectures/Workshops

  • Jonathan Barnett

    "Exploding the Supply Chain: Strong Patents and Vertical Disintegration," Panel Round IV, Winter Deals Conference, BYU Law, Park City, UT.

  • Jonathan Barnett

    "The Great Patent Grab," IP Speaker Series, University of San Diego School of Law, La Jolla, CA.

  • Ariela Gross

    "The Commercial Law of Slavery, and Racial Identity in the Law," Université de Paris II-Assas. 

  • Ariela Gross

    “Becoming Free, Becoming Black: The Law of Race and Freedom in Cuba, Louisiana and Virginia," Université de Paris II-Assas, Paris, France.

  • Ariela Gross

    “Becoming Free, Becoming Black: The Law of Race and Freedom in Cuba, Louisiana and Virginia," École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France.

  • Gregory Keating

    "Sovereign and Subordinate Conceptions of Corrective Justice," The Landscape of Private Law Conference, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA. 

  • Daniel Klerman

    “Legal Origin from Outer Space,” Keynote Speaker, QuantLaw Conference, University of Arizona Law School, Tucson, AZ.

  • Thomas D. Lyon

    "Order of Encoding Predicts Young Children's Emergent Sequencing Abilities and Biases," Experimental Methods in Legal Scholarship Conference, ETH Zurich, Switzerland.

  • Dan Simon

    "Testing Original Public Meaning," Experimental Methods in Legal Scholarship Conference, ETH Zurich, Switzerland.

  • Dan Simon

    "Causal Judgments in Complex Reasoning," Co-Chair, Causal Judgment and Blame Attribution, International Convention of Psychological Science, Paris, France.

  • Nomi Stolzenberg

    “Invisible Hands and Dirty Hands: Accommodating Complicity in Early Modern Economic Thought,” USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute, Martens Economic History Forum, Natural Law and Economic Thought, San Marino, CA.

  • Abby K. Wood

    "Mind the (Participation) Gap: Vouchers, Voting, and Visibility", CLASS Workshop, Gould School of Law, Los Angeles, CA.

Other

  • Jonathan Barnett

    Jonathan Barnett participated on a panel discussion on "The IP Policy Landscape; US and the World," LeadershIP Conference, Washington, DC.

  • Ariela Gross

    "The Law of Race and Freedom: An Interview with Ariela Gross and Alejandro de la Fuente" was published, based on their plenary lecture at the American Society for Legal History Annual Meeting, in Law and History Review Online.

  • Edward Kleinbard

    Edward Kleinbard wrote an op-ed, "Congress’s Worst Tax Idea Ever," posted to The Hill on March 25, 2019.

FACULTY IN THE NEWS

Background Briefing
May 22, 2019
Re: Edward McCaffery

Edward McCaffery was interviewed about President Trump's tax troubles. "I think we can see, after the devastating blow of the Mueller non-report report, lots of us, progressives were waiting for a smoking gun," McCaffery explained. "They didn’t get the smoking gun and they got depressed, but a day like today shows that maybe there’s wisdom behind Pelosi’s strategy, but we might be seeing death by a thousand pellet guns."

RECENT SCHOLARSHIP

Thomas D. Lyon
March, 2019

"Order of Encoding Predicts Young Children's Emergent Sequencing Abilities and Biases," Experimental Methods in Legal Scholarship Conference, ETH Zurich, Switzerland.

Daniel Klerman
March, 2019

“Legal Origin from Outer Space,” Keynote Speaker, QuantLaw Conference, University of Arizona Law School, Tucson, AZ.

Nomi Stolzenberg
March, 2019

“Invisible Hands and Dirty Hands: Accommodating Complicity in Early Modern Economic Thought,” USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute, Martens Economic History Forum, Natural Law and Economic Thought, San Marino, CA.