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Kyle W. Jones

Kyle W. Jones

Associate Dean and Dean of Students

Last Updated: Wednesday, May 24, 2017

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Telephone: (213) 740-6314
Fax: (213) 740-5502
699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA Room: 104

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Kyle W. Jones '98 is the Associate Dean and Dean of Students at USC Gould School of Law. He oversees core student-services functions such as Orientation, Student Organizations, Registrar, Financial Aid and Public Service. Jones also addresses the many student and faculty issues that arise with classes, exams, and academic policies.

Prior to being named Dean of Students,Jones for 10 years served as Director of Registration and Records for USC Gould School of Law. He was honored with the Student Bar Association Staff Appreciation award in 2006. Previously, Jones was Director of Product Development for JuriSearch.com.

Jones received two undergraduate degrees from the USC, and his JD from USC Gould.

FACULTY IN THE NEWS

The New York Times
December 14, 2017
Re: Abby K. Wood

Abby Wood was quoted about the standard of acceptable behavior established by the Democratic Party. “I’m struck by where the Democrats drew this line. Suppose they had drawn it somewhere between the allegations against Rep. John Conyers and those against Sen. Franken,” Wood explained. “By requesting retirement from Conyers but continuing to work with Franken, the message would have been that women should simply learn to live with some level of sexual harassment and assault. Instead, they seem to have drawn a bold line: no unwanted touching of any kind is permissible, full stop.”

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