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Scalia takes a stand on constitutional law

Scalia speaks during a USC law class.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia speaks to first-year USC law students during a Constitutional law class. Photo/Mikel Healey

United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia opened his lecture about Constitutional law at a USC Gould School of Law class with a question. What makes America the “freest country in the world?” he asked, before speculating that most students in the room – as well as most people in the country – would say it is the Bill of Rights.

Alums Admit State Bar’s New Members

Alums Admit State Bar's New Members
United States District Court judge for the central district of California Vijay C. Gandhi ’97 and Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Valerie F. Salkin ’92 oversaw the USC Gould School of Law’s second bar admission ceremony.

Five months after crossing the stage at Commencement to collect their diplomas and shift their mortarboard tassels, 97 USC Gould School of Law graduates completed the final rite of passage to enter the profession of law Dec. 3 at Town & Gown.