Important USC Information: Latest updates on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

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In adherence to public health guidance, the university announced its decision to cancel campus events and move classes primarily online for the fall 2020 semester, out of careful consideration of the health and well-being of all attendees. The university has implemented these important policies and measures to promote safety and prevent the spread of illness.

We look forward to safely hosting visitors on campus again in the future, and please continue to monitor the website for updates. The university will continue to re-evaluate our operations throughout the semester.

To learn more about USC's response to the COVID-19, please visit https://coronavirus.usc.edu/


During this time of online instruction, several professors have offered to lead a mock class via Zoom. If you're interested in exploring a typical first year course and experience the infamous Socratic method, please register below.

Each mock class will run for one hour and times are listed in Pacific time. To learn more about the professor teaching the course, click on the Professor's profile. Each class registration is unique, so please register for each class separately by clicking on the Register here link below. 

If case materials are provided by the professor, they will be emailed to all participants in advance of the class. Please be prepared to participate and engage in discussion.

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 admissions@law.usc.edu.



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