Taylor de Laveaga was the third UCLA Law student in little more than a year to argue before a federal appeals court under the guidance of professor Eugene Volokh.
To earn the certificate, students must complete five courses in environmental law and produce a supervised research paper.
UCLA researchers recommend strategies for California transportation fuels policy to meet 2030 climate target
Guidance from legal researchers could strengthen California climate policy by helping policymakers further reduce carbon pollution from transport fuels.
Research by Joanna Schwartz played a key role in a decision rejecting the use of qualified immunity to defend police officers from a lawsuit that arose out of their official conduct.
The donation, which builds on a decade of support from the foundation led by Dan and Rae Emmett, includes $1.8 million and a challenge: The foundation will match one-to-one gifts made by other donors up to $2.5 million.
Luis Perez has finally won the right to remain in the United States permanently, thanks to assistance from many members of the law school family.
The “Lights. Camera. Reaction.: The Art of Impact in Entertainment” conference focused on artists and lawyers who use entertainment to promote stories of social injustice.
Law professor Adam Winkler says when the Supreme Court expands rights for corporations it becomes harder for elected representatives to regulate business for the public good.
UCLA Law professor’s acclaimed new book illuminates the long drive by corporations to gain constitutional rights normally afforded to people.
UCLA School of Law panel spotlights the disparate impact of sexual harassment and assault on racial minorities, low-wage workers and immigrants.
UCLA Law alumnus is dedicated to ending the practice of prosecuting and incarcerating juveniles in the adult system.
Sexual harassment and power dynamics in the workplace are the focus of a seminar series that will feature alumnae, legal leaders.
In his book “Constitutional Coup,” the UCLA constitutional scholar explains the downsides of running government like a business.
The influential singer and songwriter died in May, but his commitment to justice, human rights and advocacy for those in need lives on.
Williams Institute and Los Angeles HIV Law and Policy Project members drive passage of California Senate Bill 239.
The Thomas A. Kirschbaum Scholarship in Tax Law attracts students who are poised to make an impact as leaders in tax study and practice.
Friend-of-the-Court briefs say Colorado wedding cake maker cannot refuse same-sex couple on First Amendment grounds.
The expanded partnership aims to go beyond the superficial symptoms of the challenges veterans face and treat problems at their roots.
The clinic will provide pro bono services to independent filmmakers needing help with things such as contracts, intellectual property, licensing and the First Amendment.
Los Angeles Incubator Consortium brings together graduates of UCLA Law, Loyola Law School and Southwestern Law School to gain skills necessary to work in underserved communities.
In the Veterans Legal Clinic students help veterans gain access to benefits and address criminal justice issues to enhance their opportunities for jobs, housing and stability.
University of California President Janet Napolitano said the center will be devoted to research, education and advocacy.
A new report by UCLA’s WORLD Policy Analysis Center examines all 193 countries that are members of the United Nations.
As part of UCLA Free Speech Week, a panel of lawyers and scholars debated the effects of free speech and examined who benefits and is harmed when limits are imposed.
This donation from alumnus A. Barry Cappello will provide scholarship support and extensive training opportunities for students interested in becoming trial attorneys.