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USC Law Magazine

USC Law Magazine is published twice a year and showcases USC Gould School of Law's programs, students, faculty and alumni. Please send questions, news releases and subscription requests to magazine@law.usc.edu.

USC Law Magazine: Fall 2015/Winter 2016

Fall 2015/Winter 2016

Inspiring Tomorrow's Attorney

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USC Law Magazine: Spring/Summer 2015

Spring/Summer 2015

Evidence of Excellence

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USC Law Magazine: Spring/Summer 2014

Spring/Summer 2014

Where The Heart Is

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USC Law Magazine: Fall 2013/Winter 2014

Fall 2013/Winter 2014

Child Witness Testimony

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USC Law Magazine: Spring/Summer 2013

Spring/Summer 2013

That's Entertainment!

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USC Law Magazine: Fall/Winter 2013

Fall 2012/Winter 2013

Law as a second language.

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Spring/Summer 2012

Course teams law students with business students to reimagine real-life deals.

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Fall 2009

USC Law Reunion 2010

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Spring 2009

USC's Public Interest
Law Foundation
celebrates 20-year

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Fall 2008

Alumni have earned
roles in a variety of
sports enterprises.

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Spring 2008

Follow Robert K. Rasmussen
as he navigates through
a typical day as dean of
USC Law.

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Spring/Summer 2007

Through exploration of rap music, two professors hope to build community and challenge preconceptions
of justice and equality.

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Fall/Winter 2006

Students in a corporate ethics course hear first-hand accounts of the decade’s biggest scandals.

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Spring/Summer 2006

As advocates for the underrepresented, USC Law alumni are leaders in public interest law.

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Fall 2005

Celelebrating 40 years of Law, Language and Ethics
at USC.

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Spring 2005

With a $10 million gift to USC Law, Jim Rogers '63 solidifies his standing as
the most generous man
in American legal ed.

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Fall 2004

Alumni work to draw attention to -- and right the wrongs
of -- Holocaust-era theft.

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