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We consistently place our graduates in top-tier jobs.

We provide an intimate, interdisciplinary learning environment within a dynamic campus.

Our faculty are world-renowned scholars and experts.

Our influential alumni network includes 10,000 professionals around the world.

Los Angeles is home to one of the nation's top legal markets and busiest court systems.

Our 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio fosters strong bonds with classmates and professors.

3.83

MEDIAN GPA

Class of 2023

167

MEDIAN LSAT

Class of 2023

91%

CA BAR PASSAGE RATE

Among Top Schools in State

90%

EMPLOYED 10 MONTHS AFTER GRADUATION

in Full-Time, Long-Term Bar Required or JD Advantage Jobs (2019 JD Class)

43

COUNTRIES REPRESENTED

2019-2020
Graduate & International Programs Class

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2021 awards honor students, faculty, staff

April 26, 2021

USC Gould School of Law community members honored for outstanding efforts

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From chemistry to family law

April 12, 2021

Q&A with Nicole Martinez, partner at Higgs Fletcher & Mack and San Diego Gould Alumni Association chair

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Message from the Dean: Retirement of Scott Bice

April 1, 2021

Scott Bice is a former Dean and beloved professor, whose name is synonymous with the Gould School of Law

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Gould professor wins Fulbright research scholar grant to study international refugee law

March 31, 2021

Hannah Garry to spend spring 2022 at University of Oslo Law

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USC Gould National Moot Court team places well in the American Bar Association’s National Appellate Advocacy Competition

March 23, 2021

3L students Nikki Long, Danielle Luchetta, Kelly Butler, and Charlene Smith receive honors.

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Proudly Diverse and Inclusive

Our JD students hail from 30 states, representing 96 colleges and universities, while the students in our Graduate & International Programs come from 70 countries, spanning six continents. More than half of our JD students are women and 37 percent are persons of color. From the Federalist Society to the American Constitution Society, our 30 student organizations reflect the wide range of political, cultural, religious, ethnic, social and service interests and experiences of our diverse student body. Our JD First Generation Professionals initiative provides support and mentoring. Learn more about our dedication to creating an inclusive community.

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