Linnan, David

Associate Professor

A specialist in Asian Law, he has focused much of his recent research and service on Indonesia where he has been a Senior Scholar with the Fulbright Southeast Asia Regional Research Program, in cooperation with the University of Indonesia, working out of Jakarta Stock Exchange on capital markets regulation.

Biographical Profile

School of Law
Law - Dean's Office
Tenure Status

Interest Background

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Personal Focus Areas
Asian Law

Professional Preparation(Education & Training)

Dates Institution Location Degree Field of Study
1979 - 2001 Max Planck Institut (Strafrecht) & Univ. of Freiburg i Br, Germany Postdoc (Alexander v Humboldt fellow) Continental public law & police criminology
1993 - 1994 Various lang. schools & tutors in FRance, Germany, Austria & Indonesia assorted diplomas German, French & Indonesian
1981 - 1987 O'Melveny & Myers Los Angeles, CA Law
1976 - 1979 Univ. of Chicago Law School JD law
1973 - 1976 Various lang schools & tutors in France, Germany, Austria & Indonesia assorted diplomas German, French & Indonesian
1972 - 1976 Emory University Atlanta, GA BA humanities

Positions & Appointments

Dates Description Institution/Entity
1979 - 2001 Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow, MaxPlanck Institut (Strafrecht), Freiburg i. Br., Germany
1981 - 1987 Associate Attorney, O'Melveny & Myers, Los Angeles, CA
1987 Associate Prof. (Asst Prof 8/87 - 5/03), Tenured, Law, School of Law, University of South Carolina & Associated Faculty, USC School of the Environment
1995 Visiting Research Fellow, Indonesia Project, Dept. of Economics & Faculty of Law, Research School of Pacific & Asian Studies & Faculty of Law, Australian National University, Camberra
1995 - 1997 Senior Scholar, Fulbright Southeast Asia Regional Research Program, Senior Scholar in Cooperation with the University of Indonesia working out of the Jakarta Stock Exchange
2000 Program Director, Law & Finance Institutional Partnership, Jakarta, Indonesia
2004 Garvey, Schubert & Barer Visiting Prof of Asian Law, School of Law, Univ. of Washington, Seattle
2007 Associate, Asian Law, Asian Law Centre, Univ. of Melbourne, Australia

Recognition Awards, Honors, & Fellowships

Dates Type Description Foundation/Entity
Award Best Publication, USC Law Faculty 2008 & 1993
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