Faculty Profiles

Joseph Doherty

Joseph W. Doherty

Director, Empirical Research Group
Adjunct Faculty
B.A. UCLA 1992
Ph.D. UCLA, 2006

Books

Confidentiality, Transparency, and the U.S. Civil Justice System (edited by Joseph W. Doherty, Robert T. Reville and Laura Zakaras). Oxford University Press (2012).
Controlling Professional Fees in Corporate Bankruptcies: Data, Analysis, and Evaluation (with Lynn M. LoPucki). Oxford University Press (2011).

Articles and Chapters

Bankruptcy Survival (with Lynn M. LoPucki), 62 UCLA Law Review (forthcoming 2015). Full Text
Expectations, Outcomes and Fairness: Lessons from the Civil Justice Reform Act Evaluation (with Stephen J. Carroll), in Confidentiality, Transparency, and the U.S. Civil Justice System (edited by Joseph W. Doherty, Robert T. Reville and Laura Zakaras, Oxford University Press, 2012).
Routine Illegality Redux (with Lynn M. LoPucki), 85 American Bankruptcy Law Journal 35-61 (2011).
Managerial Judging Goes International but its Promise Remains Unfulfilled: An Empirical Assessment of the ITCY Reforms (with Maximo Langer), 36 Yale Journal of International Law 241 (2011). Full Text
California Employment Discrimination Law and Its Enforcement: The Fair Employment and Housing Act at 50 (with Gary Blasi), UCLA-RAND Center for Law and Public Policy (2010). Full Text
Who Wins in Settlement Negotiations? (with Russell Korobkin), 11 American Law and Economics Review 162-208 (2009).
Routine Illegality in Bankruptcy Court, Big-Case Fee Practices (with Lynn M. LoPucki), American Bankruptcy Law Journal 423-480 (2009). Full Text
Rise of the Financial Advisors: An Empirical Study of the Division of Professional Fees in Large Bankruptcies (with Lynn M. LoPucki), American Bankruptcy Law Journal 141-74 (2008).
Bankruptcy Verite (with Lynn M. LoPucki), 106 Michigan Law Review 721-743 (2008). (Response to Professor James J. White.) Full Text
Bankruptcy Fire Sales (with Lynn M. LoPucki), 106 Michigan Law Review 1-59 (2007). Full Text
Delaware Bankruptcy: Failure in the Ascendancy (with Lynn M. LoPucki), 73 Chicago Law Review 1387-1419 (2006). Full Text
Campaign Disclosure Project Symposium Part One: Introduction (with Daniel Hays Lowenstein), Election Law Journal 279-281 (2005).
The Determinants of Professional Fees in Large Bankruptcy Reorganization Cases (with Lynn M. LoPucki), 1 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 111-142 (2004). Full Text
Grading State Disclosure, The Campaign Disclosure Project (2003, 2004, 2005, 2007).
Why are Delaware and New York Bankruptcy Reorganizations Failing? (with Lynn M. LoPucki), 55 Vanderbilt Law Review 1933-1985 (2002). Full Text
The Economic and Distributional Consequences of the Santa Monica Minimum Wage Ordinance (with Richard Sander and E. Douglass Williams), Employment Policy Institute, Washington DC (2002).
Outside Money in the California 2000 Presidential Primary (with Diana Dwyre, Bruce Cain, and Ray La Raja), PS: Political Science and Politics (June, 2001).
Outside Money in the California 2000 Presidential Primary (with Diana Dwyre, Bruce Cain, Ray La Raja and Samuel Kernell), in Getting Inside the Outside Campaign: Issue Advocacy in the 2000 Presidential Primaries (edited by David B. Magleby, Center for the Study of Elections and Democracy, 2000). Report of a grant funded by the Pew Charitable Trust.
The Road to Divided Government: Paved Without Intention (with John R. Petrocik), in Divided Government: Change, Uncertainty, and the Constitutional Order (edited by Peter Galderisi, Roberta Q. Herzberg and Peter McNamara, Rowman and Littlefield, 1996).