Ronald Garet

Carolyn Craig Franklin Professor of Law and Religion

Becoming a lawyer is surprisingly like falling in love or having a religious conversion experience. Such changes somehow return us to ourselves. Law is about life and death, memory and meaning, truth and tragedy. It may seem to be a way of making a living, but law turns out to be a way of making (unmaking, remaking) lives—including our own.

The USC Law community is my home. Here at home, I do not need to check my beliefs at the door. I did not expect law school to engage my deepest commitments. But I am grateful that it does.

Profs. Brown and Rasmussen Honored with Chairs

Profs. Brown and Rasmussen Honored with Chairs

Rader and McCarthy chairs filled

Joining the Trojan Family

Joining the Trojan Family

USC Gould welcomes a diverse new class of J.D. and LL.M. candidates to orientation

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