Sierra Gronewold '15

Hometown: Cheyenne, WY
Undergrad: Princeton

I have always believed that listening to others and learning from their perspectives is a crucial component to critical thinking. Law school has not only reinforced this belief, but has enhanced my ability to think in new ways. After growing up in Wyoming, I knew I wanted to experience a city, like Los Angeles, with ample opportunity to become involved with public interest and social justice organizations. My goal is to eventually work in the public interest field after law school. My love for this school has transferred over to my involvement as president of the Public Interest Law Foundation and a mentor with the Women’s Law Association. I am grateful for what this school has been able to offer me, especially with its diverse group of students. I know that at the end of the day I made the right choice.

Kleinbard Named Johnson Professor in Law and Business

Kleinbard Named Johnson Professor in Law and Business

The internationally recognized tax scholar will be installed in the fall

Program puts Undergrads on Fast Track to Law School

Program puts Undergrads on Fast Track to Law School

The 3+3 program allows select Trojans to complete their undergraduate and law school studies in a total of six years

USC Gould Professor Honored

USC Gould Professor Honored

Ryo wins American Sociological Association award

JD Orientation 2014

JD Orientation 2014

Aug 20, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Half Century Trojans Luncheon

Half Century Trojans Luncheon

Sep 23, 2014 at 10:30 AM

U.S. Supreme Court: A Preview

U.S. Supreme Court: A Preview

Oct 9, 2014 at 5:00 PM

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John Peterson

John Peterson '95
Attorney, Riley Warnock & Jacobson
USC contacts opened the door for every opportunity that I have had in my legal career.