Our outstanding students bring a rich array of experience, legal knowledge and cultures to USC Law. They come from countries all over the world.
Ronald Engineer Ronald Engineer obtained his Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from the University of California, Irvine, where he developed a keen interest in international trade. After working for a small law firm in California, Ron wanted to gain an international perspective in transactional law. He then received his first law degree from BPP Law School in London, United Kingdom and went onto complete a post-graduate diploma in Legal Practice, which was jointly awarded by Oxford University and Oxford Brookes University. After his studies, Ron joined a leading regional United Kingdom firm as a commercial property and corporate paralegal. Once he returned to the United States, he was able to complete a summer clerkship, where he gained invaluable litigation experience. Ron decided to attend USC Gould School of Law due to its outstanding reputation and commitment to the continued success of its students and alumni. Through USC Law’s variety of courses and resources, he has been able to further focus his studies in international transactions and business law. Upon completing the LL.M. program, Ron plans to sit for the California bar exam and work for an international law firm.
Randa Farid Ezzat Randa Faird Ezzat obtained her Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) and a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Business Law from the University of Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne. During her studies, Randa completed an internship at the Economic Court in Egypt. She then worked as a research associate at the Public International Law and Policy Group (PILPG) in Cairo, Egypt, where she helped new political parties, civil society groups and members of Parliament in building their agendas that focused primarily on administering human rights and social justice; this was part of the reform process that was taking place in Egypt after the 2011 Revolution. She also worked on issues of constitutional law, human rights and business law. Later, she moved to the United States and clerked at a law firm, based in Huntington Beach, California in order to assist asylum-seekers and refugees in the immigration process. Randa decided to attend USC Gould School of Law because its wide diversity of academia, professors, students, and activities. USC Law also is conveniently located in the heart of Los Angeles, a dynamic city that is culturally intriguing. During her time at USC, she would like to further her knowledge of the United States legal system mostly in the areas of corporate, securities and business law. Randa plans to take the California bar exam upon completion of the LL.M. program.