In a 6-3 conservative majority, the more important divisions may be among the six Republican-appointed justices.
Jeffrey Fields of international relations at USC Dornsife discusses the definition and origin of the term, and whether President Biden is correct in his allegations against Russia.
Political and legal specialists share their thoughts on the first Black woman Supreme Court justice in history.
USC students will gather evidence for the Factual Analysis Citizen Consulting Team, recently launched by the Los Angeles County District Attorney to examine officer-involved fatal use-of-force incidents. [4½ min read]
Civil rights lawyer Olu Orange of political science at USC Dornsife wins the reinstatement of an $8 million damages verdict to the family of a Black man killed by sheriff’s deputies in circumstances similar to George Floyd. [6 min read]
Lawyer Lindsay Harrison ’00 overturned the Trump administration’s dissolution of DACA in the Supreme Court and aided the legal battle against the government’s order prohibiting international students from remaining in the country for online classes. [5 min read]
The recent decision by America’s highest court to retain employment discrimination protections for the LGBTQ community is consistent with a historic pattern of defying expectations. [6¼ min read]
USC Dornsife immigration experts comment on the ruling, its impact and what remains to be done. [2¼ min read]
Undergraduates interested in pursuing careers in law get a head start by taking Antonio Elefano’s “Advanced Legal Writing” course. [4 min read]