UCLA’s Cara Horowitz discusses how new federal leadership on vehicle pollution will help states meet their climate goals.
Dolinko, who was remembered by colleagues for his intelligence, wit and generosity, was also a UCLA alumnus who served as editor-in-chief of the UCLA Law Review.
As UCLA Law’s Critical Race Studies program celebrates two decades, seven scholars take a close look at these challenging times.
UCLA’s Ann Carlson said the new administration should be able to rebuild protections, even with a narrowly divided Congress.
Executives, journalists and even a Bruin football player are pursuing a degree that provides professionals a leg up in legal issues.
The gift is the largest ever contribution that a tribe has made to a law school and one of the biggest in history from a tribe to a university.
Binder co-founded and was the driving force behind UCLA Law’s trailblazing experiential education program from its inception in 1970.
Video: To celebrate Women’s Equality Day, we are honoring the incredible efforts of the diverse group of women who fought for the right to vote.
Dellara Gorjian played a prominent role in challenging the Trump administration’s efforts to dismantle the program.
The director of UCLA's Critical Race Studies program sheds light on the landmark decision and its aftermath in a Newsroom Q&A.
A UCLA study found that more than half of countries don’t protect workers who report discriminatory treatment based on race or ethnicity.
The case is among the initial successes for the UCLA Immigrant Family Legal Clinic, which opened last year on the RFK Community Schools campus.
UC President Janet Napolitano, all 10 UC chancellors and John A. Pérez, chair of the Board of Regents, express their support for the decision upholding Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Faculty leaders voice their support for those fighting to end state violence against people of color
The heads of academic units dedicated to social justice renew their commitment to ensuring their research, teaching and service are not complicit with the expansion of the police state.
UCLA School of Law celebrated the class of 2020 with inspiring speeches, including a keynote address by former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr.
Holder, former U.S. attorney general during the Obama administration, was the first African American to serve in that post.
The local union members lost their jobs in the hospitality and restaurant industries as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.
The legal victory is part of the UCLA Criminal Defense Clinic's broad efforts to protect prisoners from infection.
The center, which is part of UCLA School of Law, has compiled an online resource that tracks issues at the intersection of the pandemic and food law and policy.
One of the resources offers access to data on how the pandemic is affecting incarcerated people and correctional officers.
The site provides access to a detailed list of statutes, rules and executive orders that address key areas of concern related to COVID-19.
Alumna Jasmine Sankofa is applying international human rights concepts to change U.S. laws and policies that cause unjust harm to incarcerated people of color — especially women.
Maria Nava Gutierrez came to Los Angeles as a child, earned honors as a UCLA undergrad and is poised to make her mark in the law.
Lawyers, scholars and activists will examine how human rights laws can be used to seek redress for the harm caused by climate change.
At a UCLA Luskin Lecture Series event, historian Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz explored the roots and consequences of America’s “gun love.”