Interested in having your legal research published? Want to learn the basics of legal writing? Just want to know more about law, law school, and the legal profession? Founded in 2021, the Trojan Review is USC’s first and only undergraduate law review. A staple for law schools, yet rare at the undergraduate level, the Trojan Review hopes to foster and bolster the legal studies on-campus through semesterly journals where students are able to submit and publish their own works. Don’t worry if you don’t have experience with law or legal writing! In conjunction with Gould School of Law’s undergraduate office, the Trojan Review now offers a one-unit course (LAW 490) taught by Professor Jeffery Rodgers, which will cover all the basics of the U.S. legal system and the nuances of legal writing and research. For more information please visit