Anand Gandhi '15

Hometown: Riverside, CA
Undergrad: UCLA

As a UCLA graduate and a resident of Southern California, I was well aware of the Trojan Network and its wealth of opportunity. That was attractive, but I also wanted a small environment where students are given personal attention. The first time I stepped on campus, I experienced a welcoming and personable aura that made me feel at home. It continues today – I enjoy coming to campus because it means I'll get to see people I love spending time with. After law school I hope to pursue a career focused on mergers and acquisitions, and helping start-up companies. I am currently on Law Review, serve as academic affairs chair for the SBA, and am president of the South Asian Law Students Association.

Law school has not only made me a better thinker, but it has empowered me to take on bigger problems in the world, and to contribute as a citizen. It is truly representative of the USC experience, and that's what makes USC such an awesome law school.

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

Haze

66º F

Haze

Alan Kang

Alan Kang '04
Law Offices of Alan H. Kang
I've gained a much stronger grasp of the principles, concepts, and laws taught in class.