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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, HeinOnline 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.

August 2021

Publications

  • Robin Craig

    "Connecting Ecosystem Services Science and Policy in the Field" (with JB Ruhl, James Salzman, Craig Anthony Arnold, Keith Hirokawa, Lydia Olander, Margaret Palmer, & Taylor H Ricketts), Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

  • Felipe Jiménez

    "Law, Morality, and the One-System View: A Reply to TRS Allan," American Journal of Jurisprudence.

  • Felipe Jiménez

    "Some Doubts about Folk Jurisprudence: The Case of Proximate Cause," University of Chicago Law Review Online.

  • Abby K. Wood

    “Learning from Campaign Finance Information,” Emory Law Journal 70 (2021): 1091.

Acceptances

  • Robin Craig

    "Promoting 'Climate Change Plus' Industries Through the Administrative State: The Case of Marine Aquaculture," Yale Journal on Regulation.

  • Robin Craig

    "Re-Valuing the Ocean in Law: Exploiting the Panarchy Paradox of a Complex System Approach," Stanford Environmental Law Journal.

  • Thomas D. Lyon

    “The utility of the birthday prompt in narrative practice with maltreated and non-maltreated 4- to 9-year-old children” (with Hayden Henderson, Hailey Konovalov & Shanna Williams) (in press), Applied Developmental Science.

  • Elyn Saks

    “Are we ready for a name change for schizophrenia? A survey based on lived experience,” Schizophrenia Research.

Working Papers

  • Abby K. Wood

    “Divided Agencies” posted to SSRN (with Brian Feinstein).

Presentations/Lectures/Workshops

  • Felipe Jiménez

    "La teoría del contrato en perspectiva comparada," Centro de Estudios Iusta Causa (Chile).

  • Gregory Keating

    “Irreparable Injury and the Incompleteness of Tort Law,” Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory II Conference.

Other

  • Jonathan Barnett

    "Startup Exit Strategies in the New Antitrust Era," Bloomberg Law, Aug. 11, 2021.

  • Jonathan Barnett

    "Old Ideas and the New New Deal," International Center for Law & Economics, August 2, 2021.

  • Hannah R. Garry

    Hannah Garry submitted an amicus curiae brief before the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of torture survivors in United States of America v. Zayn al-Abidin Muhammad Husayn, aka Abu Zubaydah, et al., No. 20-827, Aug. 20, 2021 (arguing that U.S. blanket assertion of State Secrets doctrine to prevent deposition in Polish criminal investigation of psychologist contractors for U.S. enhanced interrogation program is in violation of the Convention Against Torture).

FACULTY IN THE NEWS

Los Angeles Times
October 24, 2021
Re: Gregory Keating

Gregory Keating was interviewed about the legal fallout from the Alec Baldwin prop gun shooting. “Somebody has to have been negligent,” he said. “This doesn’t happen without negligence. There are safety protocols that are supposed to be followed. It’s really just a matter of who’s negligent and how the responsibility gets parceled out. Then it gets murky because the facts are murky.” He was also quoted in Yahoo!.

RECENT SCHOLARSHIP

Gregory Keating
August, 2021

“Irreparable Injury and the Incompleteness of Tort Law,” Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory II Conference.

Robin Craig
August, 2021

"Promoting 'Climate Change Plus' Industries Through the Administrative State: The Case of Marine Aquaculture," Yale Journal on Regulation.

Jonathan Barnett
August, 2021

"Startup Exit Strategies in the New Antitrust Era," Bloomberg Law, Aug. 11, 2021.