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USC Gould School of Law

Last fall we hosted two types of Information Sessions: traditional Information Sessions and a shorter and more specific series called Nuts & Bolts. We recorded these sessions for you to review at your convenience. 

Plans for fall Information Sessions will be announced in late summer 2021.

Information Sessions:

Our Information Sessions include a discussion of the highlights of a USC Gould education, the intricacies of the application process, and information on how to finance a legal education. After attending, you should have a greater understanding of what USC Gould can offer you and be confident in submitting the strongest possible application. Additionally, a current student was available to answer questions about their experience at USC Gould.

Information Session Recording


Nuts & Bolts Sessions:

Join an admissions counselor or financial aid counselor as we deconstruct each of the primary law school application components. Learn more about the holistic application review process at USC Gould and how to make your application competitive. Also join us for a financial aid session to learn more about scholarships, loans, loan repayment, and financing a legal education. 

Each session covered a different topic, so please take the time to watch any and all session you would like to review.

All sessions were held virtually over Zoom. 

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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