Alexander Capron

Professor of Law

USC Law is an extraordinarily open environment. Having previously taught at three top law schools on the East Coast, I really appreciate the collaborative atmosphere at USC. Numerous centers bring faculty from other disciplines and professions into our classrooms, workshops and research projects, just as the health policy and ethics center provides a vehicle for me to work with colleagues in medicine, philosophy and the social sciences.

Having students from the public policy and public health schools in my public health law course greatly enriches class discussions. And I value being able to address, through USC's institute for global health, many issues I worked on for four years at the World Health Organization.

Race and Structural Inequality Event, Friday

Race and Structural Inequality Event, Friday

Prof. Daria Roithmayr's “Reproducing Racism" celebrated

Alfred Hoyun Song ’49, LLM ’57, Honored

Alfred Hoyun Song ’49, LLM ’57, Honored

Song was the first Korean-American admitted to the California Bar and to serve in the California State Legislature

De-stigmatizing Mental Illness

De-stigmatizing Mental Illness

Eric McCormack leads discussion on mental health portrayals in the media

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Nina Ries

Nina Ries '01
Ries Law Group
The strongest impact USC Gould had on my career is through the loyal Trojan network.