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USC Gould School of Law

We are very excited to once again welcome visitors to Gould’s first-year classes! There is no better way to capture the synergy of a Gould education than by visiting one of our classes and seeing how faculty and students interact. Our class visits are open between Sept. 7, 2022 – Nov. 23, 2022, pending availability.

The following first-year courses are available to visit:

Contracts            Professor Jordan Barry

Procedure           Professor Stephen Rich

Torts                    Vice Dean and Professor Donald Scotten

Torts                    Professor Greg Keating

In order to visit a class, a reservation is required. Guests must check in at the Admissions Office 10-15 minutes prior to the start of classes, late arrivals will not be accommodated.

USC Gould School of Law welcomes the participation of individuals with disabilities at law school events.  If you require special accommodations or have any questions, please contact the USC Gould Admissions Office at (213) 740-2523 or

Health and Safety:

All visitors should monitor themselves for symptoms daily when accessing campus. If you develop any of the symptoms listed by the CDC related to COVID-19 or other transmissible illnesses, please stay home and arrange to have a COVID-19 test as soon as possible.

Currently, masks are no longer required indoors but are highly recommended. Prior to arriving on campus, please review the USC COVID-19 Resource Center for updated information and guidelines.

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