Indian Law Area of Focus, UCLA Law UCLA Law
The Indian Law area of focus comprises courses focusing on federal Indian law and tribal legal systems to cultural property law. A renowned resource in support of Native Nations, UCLA Law’s Native Nations Law & Policy Center advances Indian nations’ laws and institutions while promoting cultural resource protections.The Tribal Legal Development Clinic connects law students directly with
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Law & Economics Area of Focus, UCLA Law UCLA Law
(Just Now) UCLA School of Law has a rich tradition in law and economics, and has served as the academic home of many pioneers in the field. The school's Center for Law and Economics fosters academic scholarship that explores how economic concepts can help to improve laws and shape policy. Faculty members include leading scholars on economics, legal philosophy and taxation.
Law & Sexuality Area of Focus UCLA Law
(Just Now) UCLA Law is a leader in scholarship and teaching in fields at the intersection of law, policy, sexuality and gender identity. Law and sexuality is a field of emerging importance as activists, employers and governments grapple with historic inequities and uneven protections for different populations. UCLA Law's Williams Institute performs
Arbitration Law UCLA Law
(7 days ago) Arbitration Law. Arbitration has become an important aspect of legal practice in such disparate fields as securities regulation, commercial law, employment law, family law, labor law, medical malpractice, construction law, insurance and international private law. Although arbitration is the product of an agreement between two contracting
Water Law UCLA Law
(1 days ago) Water Law. Water law presents a unique mix of federal and state regulatory regimes over a resource that is scarce yet ubiquitous and, of course, essential to life. In this course, we will consider different rights regimes for water, including prior appropriation, riparian rights and groundwater rights. We will also look at how the public trust
Law Women of UCLA UCLA Law
(5 days ago) Law Women seeks to provide community, social events, professional mentoring and networking, and substantive discussions about the issues that women in the law face. Law Women of UCLA focuses on the needs of women at UCLA Law and female lawyers in Los Angeles. Law Women is a Ms. JD National Women Law Students Organization affiliate.
OUTLaw UCLA Law
(7 days ago) The UCLA Law Bar Admission Ceremony welcomes back recent alumni who have passed the bar examination to be sworn into the California State Bar, The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Clinic Gains Release of Clients Serving
(1 days ago) The law on compassionate release is not new, but, until recently, compassionate release was a very rare remedy for someone serving an extremely long sentence. “This changed in 2018 with the passage of the First Step Act,” Cramer says.
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(4 days ago) 6 About the authors Gary J. Gates, PhD is the Williams Distinguished Scholar at the Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law. Abigail M. Cooke is a PhD candidate in the Department of Geography at UCLA and is affiliated with the California Center for Population Research. Acknowledgments The authors thank Williams Institute Fellows Angeliki Kastanis, Laura Durso, and Christy Mallory for assistance
UCLA School of Law
(Just Now) Law Fellows must attend a series of monthly Saturday Academies, typically held at UCLA School of Law in the winter and spring, where they are provided with mentoring, academic enrichment, and career development activities designed to de-mystify law school and the legal profession, and to present these
Arulanantham, Ahilan UCLA Law
(5 days ago) Ahilan Arulanantham. Leading Immigration Advocate Arulanantham Joins UCLA Law (February 24, 2021) Ahilan T. Arulanantham is Professor from Practice and Co-Director of the Center for Immigration Law and Policy at UCLA School of Law. He has successfully litigated a number of cases involving immigrants’ rights, including Franco-Gonzalez v.
Fee waiver information for UCLA Law UCLA Law
(6 days ago) The law school also extends merit-based fee waivers based upon data from LSAC's Candidate Referral Service (CRS) and in conjunction with various recruiting events. To be considered for a merit-based fee waiver, register with the LSAC CRS. If you are selected to receive a waiver based on our selection parameters, we will notify you by email.
Law & Philosophy Area of Focus UCLA Law
(1 days ago) Law & Philosophy. The Law and Philosophy discipline explores both classic and contemporary questions about the nature of law and legal systems, with a focus on areas including constitutional, criminal and contract law. A rich collaboration between UCLA Law and the university’s renowned Philosophy Department, the Law and Philosophy Program
M.L.S. Dates and Deadlines UCLA Law
(6 days ago) Orientation and Short Course (Introduction to Law): August 16-20. Fall 2021 Semester Instruction: August 23-November 23. Fall 2021 Examination Period: December 3-17. Spring 2022 Semester Instruction: January 18-April 26. Spring 2022 Examination Period: May 2-12.
Goetz, Meredith UCLA Law
(5 days ago) Dr. Goetz founded the first Special Education Law Clinic in California in 1996 at Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center in Los Angeles. Under Dr. Goetz’ supervision, law students from UCLA, UCI, USC, Pepperdine, Loyola, UC Hastings, Southwestern and Whittier Law Schools have provided legal assistance and direct representation for thousands of children over the past 25 years.
Law, Gender, and Sexuality UCLA Law
(6 days ago) Law, Gender, and Sexuality. This course explores the ways in which the law constructs and regulates gender and sexuality. Topics covered include: criminal and civil prohibitions on sex; constitutional equality based on sex, gender identity, and sexual orientation; employment discrimination based on sex (including sexual harassment), gender
Prison Law and Policy Program UCLA Law
(8 days ago) American law schools typically focus on the "front end" of the criminal justice process: investigation, prosecution, and verdict. But for these offenders convicted of crimes, the trial process is only the preamble to an extended period in the custody of the state. The Prison Law and Policy Program
CILP Events UCLA Law
(8 days ago) Adam B. Cox, Robert A. Kindler Professor of Law at New York University School of Law, recently co-authored an exhaustive legal analysis of the President’s authority to craft immigration policy. Jennifer M. Chacón, Professor of Law at UC Berkeley School of Law, is an influential expert on immigration enforcement, with special expertise on the
Immigration Law Area of Focus, UCLA Law UCLA Law
(2 days ago) Immigration Law. With esteemed scholars, impactful clinics and innovative courses on a range of pressing issues, UCLA Law resides in a diverse city as a hub of immigration law and policy. UCLA Law's immigration faculty features eminent legal leaders who teach courses in the doctrine and theory of global migration and oversee dynamic
UCLA Law J.D. Specialization in International and
(3 days ago) International and comparative law is unique as a field of study because it is particularly diverse. Students in the International and Comparative Law Specialization can choose to structure their curriculum to focus on any number of priorities, such as public international law, comparative and foreign law, international human rights law, international criminal law, international trade law and
M.L.S. Program Structure UCLA Law
(1 days ago) The Master of Legal Studies program has a balance of foundational training on "thinking like a lawyer" and specialized courses tailored to the student's interest and career focus. As such, the program is designed to be completed in three phases (as outlined below). The program can be completed in 9 months with full-time study or 2-4 years with
Full-tuition scholarships for J.D. candidates at UCLA Law
(1 days ago) UCLA Law is excited to offer three full-scholarship programs to students pursing a J.D. degree. The UCLA Law Distinguished Scholars Program is a binding early-decision program providing full tuition for three years to exceptionally qualified students ready to commit to UCLA Law. The UCLA Law Achievement Fellowship is non-binding and provides full tuition for three years to high-achieving
Partner Schools UCLA Law
(7 days ago) The Faculty of Law is a relatively small program, with about 550 students total participating in the five-year Master’s Degree. UCLA Law is the only U.S. law school with which UiT has an existing exchange partnership in effect. UiT will normally accept two students from UCLA Law per semester, or up to four students per academic year.
M.L.S. Specializations UCLA Law
(9 days ago) UCLA Law is a preeminent training ground for students committed to the practice of criminal justice. Our rigorous criminal justice curriculum encompasses the basic substantive requirements for criminal liability; the procedural rules that accompany the trial process, as well as the doctrines, rules and policies governing the demonstration of facts in court; and the theoretical underpinnings of
Health Law Authority Wiley to Join UCLA Law Faculty
(4 days ago) Lindsay F. Wiley, an internationally renowned expert and leader in health law and policy, will join the UCLA School of Law faculty as a professor of law starting in January 2022. A widely published author and frequent speaker in the field, Wiley comes to UCLA Law from American University Washington College of Law, where she has served on the faculty for more than a decade and directs the
Franklin, Cary UCLA Law
(9 days ago) D.Phil. University of Oxford. J.D. Yale Law School. Cary Franklin is a Professor of Law at UCLA School of Law, where she writes and teaches in the areas of constitutional law, antidiscrimination law, and legal history. Her work focuses on the historical development of conceptions of equality in American law and how this history influences the
UCLA Law Launches Judge Rand Schrader Pro Bono Program
(4 days ago) A former immigration law practitioner, Meng is a graduate of Yale College and Yale Law School. “My pro bono experiences changed my life, and I’m excited to support the talented students at UCLA Law in finding pro bono work they can be passionate about …
Business Law Association UCLA Law
(5 days ago) Business Law Association. Mission: The UCLA Business Law Association provides students interested in business law with stimulating opportunities to pursue their interests. Throughout the year, the Business Law Association puts on a number of exciting events to help connect UCLA Law students with attorneys, professors and other professionals
Recent Faculty Scholarship UCLA Law
(5 days ago) Law’s Wars, Law’s Trials, 47 (S1) Journal of Law and Society S14 (2020). Comparative Sociology of Lawyers, 1988–2018: The Professional Project, in Lawyers in 21st Century Societies, vol. 1: National Reports , (edited by Richard L. Abel and Ole Hammerslev, with Hilary Sommerlad and Ulrike Schultz, Oxford: Hart Publishers, 2020).
Law and Entrepreneurship Association UCLA Law
(7 days ago) Mission: The Law and Entrepreneurship Association ("LEA") promotes education, discussion, and career development for students interested in the intersection of law and entrepreneurship.We sponsor speakers and events that focus on topics unique to start-ups, emerging growth companies, and venture capital lawyers like early-stage corporate financing, working with entrepreneurs, and the
Trial by Combat UCLA Law
(9 days ago) The UCLA School of Law and Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law co-host the Trial by Combat, the 1-on-1 collegiate mock trial national championship. This tournament aims to celebrate the best individual college competitors in the country—and identify the very best. The fourth annual Trial by Combat will be held virtually on June 25
M.L.S. Application Information UCLA Law
(Just Now) M.L.S. applicants must have earned a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution with a grade point average (GPA) of B (3.0 of 4.0) or better, or its equivalent if the letter grade system is not used. Applicants who do not meet the minimum-GPA requirement and have substantial work experience are still encouraged to apply and may be
Business Strategy and Corporate Governance UCLA Law
(4 days ago) Business Strategy and Corporate Governance. This course examines several key corporate governance issues using a series of “business school” case studies. The course will also focus on accounting, finance, regulatory, and tax issues that contributed to the corporate governance failures. Case studies include Enron, Facebook, Wells Fargo
Law and Dissent UCLA Law
(7 days ago) Law and Dissent. As dissent becomes criminalized and activity that has previously been considered legitimate dissent can land one in jail, the distinction between exercising freedom of speech and engaging in civil disobedience has sometimes blurred. At various times in history and perhaps in the contemporary setting, lawyers face particular
Law and Urban Planning Joint Degree Program UCLA Law
(5 days ago) Law and Urban Planning. A four-year program offered by UCLA Law and UCLA’s Luskin School of Public Affairs, leading to a J.D. and a Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning. For those planning to specialize in the legal aspects of urban problems, study of urban planning offers the student an overview of theories and methods that
COVID-19 Behind Bars: JAMA Publishes UCLA Law Research
(9 days ago) UCLA School of Law Professor Sharon Dolovich co-wrote an article on rates of COVID-19 infection and death in U.S. prisons that has been published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, the country’s leading medical journal.. The research letter, “COVID-19 Incidence and Mortality in Federal and State Prisons Compared With the US Population, April 5, 2020, to April 3, 2021
Fishkin, Joseph UCLA Law
(Just Now) Joseph Fishkin. Joseph Fishkin is a Professor of Law at UCLA School of Law, where he teaches and writes about employment discrimination law, election law, constitutional law, education law, fair housing law, poverty and inequality, and distributive justice. Before joining the UCLA faculty he taught for a decade at the University of Texas School
Corps of Appeals: Clinic Students Earn Big
(3 days ago) When the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit convened over Zoom on May 4, a panel of judges heard oral arguments that were delivered by several highly skilled advocates — four of whom were UCLA School of Law students.
Tax Practice UCLA Law
(4 days ago) The UCLA Law Bar Admission Ceremony welcomes back recent alumni who have passed the bar examination to be sworn into the California State Bar, The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
McKenna, Mark UCLA Law
(8 days ago) Mark McKenna. B.A. University of Notre Dame, 1997. J.D. University of Virginia School of Law, 2000. Professor Mark P. McKenna teaches and writes in the areas of intellectual property and privacy law. He is widely recognized as a leading intellectual property scholar, having published in many of the most prestigious journals in his field.
Law and Philosophy Joint Degree Program UCLA Law
(2 days ago) UCLA School of Law and the UCLA Department of Philosophy jointly offer a J.D./Ph.D. program for exceptionally talented and committed students who hope to dedicate their careers to research and teaching in law and philosophy. Admission is extremely competitive, and …
LL.M. Degree Requirements UCLA Law
(Just Now) The Law School usually admits only applicants whose TOEFL scores are well above the minimum range required by the University. In general we expect a score of 600 on the paper-based test, 250 on the computer-based test, or 100 on the Internet-based test, although an outstanding applicant with a slightly lower test score will not be disqualified
Diaz, Angel UCLA Law
(6 days ago) During law school, he was Book Reviews & Essays Editor of the California Law Review, Annual Review Editor of the Berkeley Technology Law Journal, and a Teaching Assistant for Legal Research and Writing. As an undergraduate, he taught a course on Cormac …
LGBT People’s Experiences of Workplace Discrimination and
(2 days ago) Executive Summary. Over 8 million workers in the U.S. identify as LGBT. 1 Employment discrimination and harassment against LGBT people has been documented in a variety of sources and found to negatively impact employees’ health and wellbeing and to reduce job commitment and satisfaction. This report examines experiences of employment discrimination and harassment against LGBT adults …
Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law & Policy UCLA Law
(2 days ago) Creating Business Law Leaders. The Lowell Milken Institute offers an array of courses, simulations, special programs and connected community support to develop attorneys ready to practice in fields including bankruptcy, corporate governance, international business, securities and tax.
MLS Capstone Seminar UCLA Law
(2 days ago) MLS Capstone Seminar. During the final semester of their degree program, MLS candidates have the option to participate in this capstone seminar where they can sharpen and then apply the skills and knowledge they have developed during their time in the program. The in-class portion of the seminar focuses on the interpersonal skills of presenting
Widess, Karen UCLA Law
(8 days ago) Karen Widess. Karen Ann Widess is a Lecturer at UCLA School of Law and will teach in the LL.M. Legal Analysis, Writing and Research Program. Her own research focusses on Rule of Law and Development and in Haitian and post-Soviet Studies. She has been a lecturer at Kent Law School at the University of Kent in Canterbury, England for the last