Chao Qi '14

Hometown: Madison, Wisconsin
Undergraduate: University of Arizona

What originally attracted me to the USC Gould School of Law was the school's small class sizes and community feel. USC's Post Conviction Justice Project (PCJP) and the Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy, and Ethics both provided the perfect interdisciplinary areas that I was looking to immerse myself into. Law school provided me with a new pair of eyes that I didn't have before, and taught me to examine issues from a variety of viewpoints starting from personal and cultural to ethical and global. Being involved with programs such as the PCJP provided me with firsthand legal experience that I could not have obtained elsewhere. I knew I made the right decision when I was able to help obtain parole for my client at her hearing, and allow her to live out the rest of her life as a free woman.

Rethinking Immigration Law

Rethinking Immigration Law

Prof. Ryo's article featured among country's best

High Court Victory

High Court Victory

USC Gould Prof Tom Lyon, an alumnus and four students team up for a Supreme win

Making Campus Mental Health a Priority

Making Campus Mental Health a Priority

Saks Institute holds fifth annual symposium

Orientation 2015

Orientation 2015

Aug 19, 2015 at 8:00 AM

Half Century Trojans Lunch

Half Century Trojans Lunch

Sep 22, 2015 at 10:30 AM

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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.