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.
Under the direction of professor Ingrid Eagly, the students helped immigrant mothers and children detained at the South Texas Family Residential Center prepare for their interviews.
John Villasenor on why the Australian government’s recent push to force technology companies to break into end-to-end encryption is futile.
Law professor Adam Winkler notes that justices appointed by Republicans and Democrats have tended to side with business interests in cases before the court.
Elizabeth Arias’ rare opportunity came from participating in the law school’s First Amendment clinic headed by professor Eugene Volokh.
The victory in Matal v. Tam marks the second win of the term for the clinic headed by professor Stuart Banner.
UCLA School of Law is launching new initiatives to promote cutting-edge research in food law and animal law and to build bridges between the two fields.
For nearly three decades, Steve Derian has honed an innovative curriculum that blends negotiation and advocacy drills with traditional lessons on relevant issues including antitrust, labor law, Title IX and compensation for college athletes.
Haroon Azar, a 2008 graduate of the UCLA School of Law, will lead the program as director and a senior fellow at the Burkle Center.
Current affairs involving the nation’s deep political divisions and immigration were common themes in the day’s remarks.
Because of his shortage of Capitol Hill contacts and his complete lack of experience in wrangling legislation, Trump may feel more tempted — or obliged — than previous presidents to try and cram his agenda through by executive fiat, the panelists said.
“This case may never have gotten to the Supreme Court if there had not been a clinic,” said UCLA Law Professor Stuart Banner.
Panelists and participants examined topics including genocide, the risks to civilians in war zones and the unforeseen effects of the security state.
The effort to establish the institute was led by Dr. Eric Esrailian, the lead producer of “The Promise” and a faculty member at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
Hiroshi Motomura, Michelle Huneven and Aydogan Ozcan were selected for the distinguished prizes that go to scholars, artists and scientists in the United States and Canada.
Americans toss out $165 billion worth of food each year, often out of safety concerns fueled by confusion about the meaning of the multitude of date labels on packages.
Kathleen Salvaty oversees UC’s ongoing efforts to effectively prevent and respond to sexual violence and sexual harassment, which includes education, investigation, adjudication and sanctioning in cases involving students, faculty and staff.
“The New Criminal Justice Thinking,” which UCLA’s Sharon Dolovich edited with professor Alexandra Natapoff of Loyola Law School, includes 14 essays by scholars, sociologists and criminologists who train their eyes on the system’s hidden corners.
UCLA School of Law is joining the Los Angeles Police Commission, the Los Angeles Police Department and two other law schools to help establish a policy for the release of body camera footage by the police department.
South African prisoners, sickened miners and others whose human rights have been violated are gaining access to justice, thanks to a UCLA School of Law program that offers full scholarships and training to African lawyers who then take up their cause.