Scott Bice

Robert C. and Nanette T. Packard Professor of Law

I chose to attend USC Gould as a law student, and a year after graduation, to join the faculty. The school has always sought to be a true academic community, one in which faculty, staff, students and graduates are invested in mutual recognition of and appreciation for the contributions each make to the success of the school's missions of teaching, research and scholarship.

This shared appreciation manifests itself in many ways. The student culture is one of cooperation instead of selfish competition. Students have many opportunities to work with faculty in research and scholarship. Student organizations are vibrant and effective in adding to the intellectual life of the school and in providing important legal services in public interest and public service.

This is an academic community in which all its members can flourish and find personal satisfaction.

Why Innocent People Plead Guilty

Why Innocent People Plead Guilty

Judge Rakoff Delivers Neiman Sieroty Lecture

Students File Supreme Court Briefs

Students File Supreme Court Briefs

IP & Tech Law Clinic pushes to protect innovators from patent trolls

Law Students Advocate for Human Rights Legislation

Law Students Advocate for Human Rights Legislation

Students travel to Washington, D.C. to address mass atrocities in Sudan and the Congo

Law Day 2014

Law Day 2014

Apr 18, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Gould Commencement 2014

Gould Commencement 2014

May 16, 2014 at 3:30 PM

USC Gould Reunion 2014

USC Gould Reunion 2014

Jun 14, 2014 at 6:00 PM

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Nina Sacks

Nina Sacks '05
Associate, Baker Hostetler
I found my classes to be challenging; they encouraged me to think in an entirely new way.