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Usually, we encourage you to experience USC Gould's intellectually stimulating and collegial atmosphere firsthand by scheduling a visit. Currently, while access to campus is limited, we are hosting virtual opportunities for you to speak with students, faculty and admissions counselors, to learn what life at USC Gould is really like.

We understand that this is disappointing, but please continue to monitor the website for updates. The University will continue to re-evaluate our operations in the coming days.

To learn more about USC's response to the COVID-19, please visit https://usc.edu/coronavirus


If you are interested in experiencing a first-year class at USC Gould School of Law, we would be thrilled for you to attend one of our virtual first-year mock classes. This will allow you to explore what a typical first year class is like and participate to whatever extent you are comfortable. A number of our renowned first-year professors will be hosting the mock classes.

Each mock class will be an hour and hosted via Zoom. To learn more about the faculty member teaching the course, select the hyperlink on the Professor's profile. A case or reading will be provided upon registering.

September 23, 2021 at 2:00PM (PT): Property with Professor Altman (Recording Available Here)

October 11, 2021 at 2:00 PM (PT): Contracts with Professor Rasmussen (Recording Available Here)

If you have any questions, please contact the Admissions Office at (213) 740-2523 or email at admissions@law.usc.edu.

USC Gould School of Law welcomes the participation of individuals with disabilities at law school events.  If you require special accommodations or have any questions, please contact the USC Gould Admissions Office at (213) 740-2523 or admissions@law.usc.edu.



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