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Class Visits

If you are interested in experiencing USC Gould School of Law, we highly encourage you to sit in on a class. Class visits are available from Tuesday, January 16, 2018 through Friday, April 20, 2018. Reservations for class visits must be submitted 2 days before your anticipated class visit. Please complete the reservation form.

First Year Courses:
Constitutional Law: Structure     Professor Sam Erman                                   
Contracts                                        Professor Gillian Hadfield                                 
Criminal Law                                  Professor Dan Simon
Torts                                                Professor Scott Bice

First Year Course Electives:
Fundamental Business Principles  Professor Michael Chasalow                                   
Constitutional Law: Rights              Professor David Cruz

After submitting your request, you will receive an email confirmation with details for your visit. We ask that you please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled class. At the request of our faculty and to help minimize disruption to the class, late arrivals will not to be permitted to enter class.

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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