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Peraya Siriwong
USC Gould School of Law

Peraya Siriwong

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law

699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: September 11, 2023

Peraya Siriwong is an adjunct assistant professor of law and supervising attorney at USC Gould’s Post-Conviction Justice Project. In addition to her work as a deputy public defender in the County of San Bernardino, Siriwong spent three years as a state-appointed parole attorney, representing hundreds of clients in parole hearings. Siriwong received her JD from Gould in 2019.


Annenberg Media
September 19, 2023
Re: Thomas Lenz

Thomas Lenz was quoted by Annenberg Media about the United Automobile Workers union ready to go on strike. "Strikes affect the livelihoods of those who choose to stop working. To the extent those persons aren’t earning money to spend that means stores, restaurants, and other businesses might not be as busy. If a strike lasts a long time bills might not get paid as easily, if at all," Lenz wrote.


Mugambi Jouet
August, 2023

“Guns, Mass Incarceration, and Bipartisan Reform: Beyond Vicious Circle and Social Polarization,” 55 Arizona State Law Journal 239 (2023).

Edward McCaffery
August, 2023

"The Curiouser and Curiouser Case of Carried Interest" (with Darryll K. Jones), Arizona Law Review (Spring 2024).

Scott Altman
August, 2023

"Are Parents Fiduciaries," 42 Law and Philosophy 431 (2023).