Undergrad: Cornell University
USC Gould has been an intellectual boot camp that has changed the way I look at the world entirely. After graduating from Cornell, I knew I wanted to study law. I chose to attend law school at USC because it is a top-notch institution with a great alumni network. In fact, when I spoke to the alumni, they had nothing but enthusiasm for the school and an overall love for USC – it was truly overwhelming.
I have a strong interest in constitutional and administrative law and the interactions between all branches of government. I’m the managing editor of the Southern California Review of Law and Social Justice, and I had the opportunity to write my Note about issues within the First Amendment freedom of speech doctrine.
The combination of a fantastic faculty and campus activities make USC the perfect law school for me.
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