The Class of 2026 entered the law school with a median LSAT of 169 and a median GPA of 3.88, both record-setting marks. In addition, the acceptance rate was also Gould’s lowest ever, at 12.5%.
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Housing Policy and Law Clinic puts students into the community to deliver legal services to tenants at risk of losing their homes.
USC Gould offers two degree programs in Alternative Dispute Resolution, which can help parties in civil cases resolve conflicts quicker, cheaper and more amicably through mediation and arbitration.
USC Gould alumni see need-based scholarship donations as an opportunity to make law students’ dreams come true.
The office has served more than 4,000 students from 92 countries as they earned degrees or certificates.
The program will equip graduates with the skills required to address the complexities of big data, AI innovation and machine learning through the lens of antitrust, privacy, data security and IP laws.
The international law and economics expert and dean of the USC Gould School of Law will assume his new duties on July 1.
“Our client was always unsure if he could make the meetings because he was often in bomb shelters with no electricity or Zoom connection,” says law student Uma Fry Demetria.
The Entertainment Law Society, Music Law Society and Sports Law Society help students with networking events, information sessions with practitioners in the field and mentorship opportunities.
The Media, Entertainment and Technology (MET) Law program lets students explore a range of topics including sports, music, traditional entertainment and even video games.