By Gilien Silsby
Three USC Gould graduates grapple with the world’s most harrowing cases – genocide and war crimes committed in Cambodia, Rwanda and the Balkans.
Shortly after graduating from the USC Gould School of Law and taking the bar exam last year, three fledgling lawyers departed for the far-flung regions of the world and found themselves immersed in cruelty, torture and murder.
Read more in the Spring 2012 Trojan Family Magazine.
Pictured: From left, Hannah Garry, director of USC’s International Human Rights Clinic, Aysha Pamukcu (JD 2011) and (facing camera) Brian Rifkin (JD 2011) in a cell at the infamous S-21 prison in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. (Photo: Vinh Dao)