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We have 59 world-class faculty and over 100 adjunct professors.

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3.76

MEDIAN GPA

2015 JD Class

166

MEDIAN LSAT

2015 JD Class

88%

BAR PASSAGE RATE

Past 5 Year Average

94%

EMPLOYED 10 MONTHS AFTER GRADUATION

2014 JD Class

36

COUNTRIES REPRESENTED

2015-2016 LLM Class

3.76

MEDIAN GPA

2015 JD Class

166

MEDIAN LSAT

2015 JD Class

88%

BAR PASSAGE RATE

Past 5 Year Average

94%

EMPLOYED 10 MONTHS AFTER GRADUATION

2014 JD Class

36

COUNTRIES REPRESENTED

2015-16 LLM Class

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In Memoriam: Edwin “Rip” Smith

August 3, 2016

Barrier-breaking international and environmental policy professor was 66

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Professor’s Life Story Proves Opera-Worthy

July 25, 2016

Elyn Saks’ revealing memoir is translated into music

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Summer Law & English Program Kicks Off

July 19, 2016

Program for international law students enters 13th year

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Preparing for Recruitment Season

July 13, 2016

First-of-its-kind career event intended to help students “thrive and succeed”

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L.A. Mayor Pledges to Expand Access to Higher Education

June 30, 2016

USC Gould discussion focused on making Los Angeles a city of “second chances”

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Tanzanian sisters with albinism granted asylum with help from USC law students


USC Gould students with the Immigration Clinic won asylum for two sisters from Tanzania. The sisters have albinism and one of them was maimed for her body parts in Tanzania. Being forced to return to their country would have meant certain death. "It's rewarding, to not only learn the law but make a profound difference in someone's life," said second-year law student Elena Babakhanyan. Find out more about the work of the USC Gould Immigration Clinic.

Upcoming Events

Fall Judicial Clerkship Reception

September 20, 2016
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Town & Gown


Public Interest Breakfast with the Dean

September 23, 2016
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Law School Building


Federal Court of Appeals Visit

October 4, 2016
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Law School Building


Law Leadership Society Dinner

October 15, 2016
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Law School Building


Bar Association Fair

October 19, 2016
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Law School Building


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