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law school deans digital discussion
Clockwise from top left: Jim Anaya, Marcilynn Burke, Andrew Guzman, Gillian Lester, Alicia Ouelette and Peter Rutledge. (Photos/Glenn Asakawa, University of Colorado; Charlie Litchfield, University of Oregon; Courtesy of Andrew Guzman; Courtesy of Gillian Lester; Courtesy of Alicia Ouelette; Ian Mcfarlane)

USC Gould to participate in six-school digital discussion series on legal education

Deans and admissions leaders from six law schools will discuss topics ranging from navigating the application process to diversity in the legal profession. The first panel will be held on Aug. 27.

social work and LAPD partnership
Jennifer Avalos believes that police officers are being asked to do too much, without the proper training, and that the solution for communities involves social work assistance and collaboration. (Photo/iStock)

USC social work students and faculty impact law enforcement through internships

An initiative of the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work builds partnerships with law enforcement agencies, training them on officer wellness, mental health and social work practices.