Clinic faculty, students, alumni and partners come together to recognize the clinic’s efforts and impact over the years.
Volunteers in the USC Prison Education Project’s Readers’ Circle program provide typing, copy editing and proofreading services to people in custody across the United States.
Comparing national law enforcement databases with the Fatal Encounters open source database, USC Dornsife researchers find significant discrepancies in reporting of deaths caused by police.
USC Gould Professor Emily Ryo’s project will also create a unique dataset of immigration courts and judges.
TITLE IX: Dorothy Wright Nelson went from dean of the USC Gould School of Law to judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit.
Jeffrey Fields of international relations at USC Dornsife discusses the definition and origin of the term, and assesses President Biden’s allegations against Russia.
USC experts remember the events that led up to the violence and protests, and consider more recent violence against Blacks including George Floyd and Eric Garner and fatal confrontations between vigilantes and Black citizens.
The National Officer-Involved Homicide Database, developed by researchers at the USC Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research, includes data from more than a dozen sources regarding factors that may be associated with officer-involved homicides.
Residents of the California Institution for Women joined a class on memoir writing alongside USC students, facilitating empathy and new perspectives on prison.
During an internship with the ACLU, undergraduate Alyssa Matias successfully worked for dietary improvements for incarcerated people in county jails, gaining real-world legal skills in the process.