About USC Gould
USC Gould is a top-ranked law school with a 120-year history and reputation for academic excellence. We are located on the beautiful 228-acre USC University Park Campus, just south of downtown Los Angeles.
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Thursday, December 9, 2021
|The launch of a new book on the life and legacy of Gould alum Sei Fujii was the focus of a Little Tokyo celebration in November.|
|From Left to Right: Adam Engelskirchen (great-grandson of J. Marion Wright), Jason Engelskirchen (great-grandson of J. Marion Wright), Alice LaMoree (granddaughter of J. Marion Wright), Coralie Kupfer (daughter of Owen Kupfer), Jeffrey Gee Chin (publisher and filmmaker), Naomi Hirahara (editor), Saeko Higa-Dickinson (translator)|
Back row, left to right: Shawn Iwaoka, Emiko Mita, Cynthia Tanaka, Jonathan Tanaka, Jerry Nakafuji, Miya Iwataki, Stephen Nagano, Patty Nagano, David Nagano, Marisa Nakada, Kristen Hayashi
Front row: Adam Engelskirchen, Jason Engelskirchen, Alice LaMoree, Jeffrey Gee Chin, and Michael Okamura (President of Little Tokyo Historical Society and USC alumnus)
Alums Liz and Steve Atlee realize goal of giving back to help law students
Scholarship Spotlight: William Choi, JD 1985
January 6, 2022
Gould alum reflects on his ‘life-changing’ decision, rewarding practice with nonprofits
Full circle to opportunity
January 6, 2022
Rothman Scholarship leads to success for Abraham Tabaie (JD 2008)