Political experts explore why nearly half of Americans now choose not to identify with a political party.
Bernadette Atuahene calls coming to USC Gould School of Law “a full-circle L.A. moment.”
Alumna Diane Gross, a supervising administrative judge with the EEOC, has been assigning cases to students in the Mediation Clinic since 2018.
Law student Eric Fram had explored public service through internships, but alumnus Chris Perez’ firm sounded like a place where Fram could support efforts to improve society on the creative side.
The certificates — in Law and Government and in Technology and Entrepreneurship Law — will help professionals navigate the evolving landscape of law, technology and governance.
USC Price’s Homelessness Policy Research Institute examined the encampment outreach effort in Venice Beach.
Voters on Nov. 7 turned away from candidates with extreme views in key races, signaling a potential shift in priorities as 2024 looms.
Amid a series of scandals, USC experts look at what’s behind them — and what can be done to prevent corruption.
Zimmerman looks forward to tackling “important, emergent issues in law.”
Elyn Saks is a renowned legal scholar and a skilled educator. She’s also a fierce advocate for mental health who evaded a dire prognosis after being diagnosed with schizophrenia at age 28.