Scholars agree that, even with ample evidence, prosecution could be extremely challenging at best.
Greg Sarris, tribal chairman of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, will speak at the law school on Indigenous People’s Day, Oct. 10.
UCLA psychologist Martie Haselton and Jaimie Arona Krems, from Oklahoma State University, explain how evolutionary social science influences the debate.
Rethinking the frontiers of international criminal law, Kate Mackintosh is finding new ways to bring war criminals to justice.
Richard Hasen will lead the Safeguarding Democracy Project, which will focus on ensuring that U.S. elections are free and fair.
Three alumni with a combined four decades of legal experience are helping bring environmental justice to low-income communities.
Supported by $15 million in state funding, the Latina Futures, 2050 Lab will inform policymaking in education, health care and other areas.
The decision could have wide-reaching consequences for federal agencies’ ability to regulate industries.
California and Los Angeles will play a critical role in ensuring reproductive rights, panelists said.
UCLA experts welcome Biden’s new proposals but say higher education still has far to go to ensure students are protected.
Professor Ted Parson will serve as senior advisor to the commission.
Though her path to becoming a litigator wasn't easy, Wolpert persisted and continues to practice law and mentor others in the field.
UCLA legal scholars have long used these methods to examine shifting attitudes toward racial justice throughout U.S. history.
A UCLA psychologist and undergraduate assess the ongoing traumatic impact of Maurice Caldwell’s unjust incarceration.
They worked alongside tribal leaders to develop tools that would help navigate a complex patchwork of regulations.
Scholars are working on new mythbusting research to counter attacks on issues like trans rights.
Efforts to produce a new legal framework for the crime had their roots in a symposium hosted by The Promise Institute for Human Rights.
UCLA Law professor Scott Cummings’ new book examines the impact of the legal profession.
A UCLA-led study found that voluntary legal agreements protect at-risk species more efficiently than public lands.
The work was part of a legal clinic in the UCLA School of Law’s Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment.
The event featured remarks from U.S. Rep. Ted Lieu, Dean Jennifer Mnookin, UCLA and NBA legend Bill Walton, as well as law school alumni Judge Paul Watford and U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.
Seven faculty members share their analyses of what the president has accomplished and look ahead at the challenges to come.
In the new book he co-wrote, Salzman reveals the hidden rules that govern who owns what — from the reclining space behind airline seats to HBO passwords.
UCLA’s Terry Kramer says that promoting innovation while protecting consumers will require avoiding oversimplified, absolutist positions.
UCLA’s Cara Horowitz discusses how new federal leadership on vehicle pollution will help states meet their climate goals.