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Berkeley Law 2022 Commencement
May 13, 2022 | Hearst Greek Theater

Bodies of Empathy
How can choreography practice and inspire empathy and care? How is performance conducted with socially engaged values? In what ways do choreographers think about dance as a participatory human event approaching questions of social inclusion and exclu...

Artificial Intelligence, Algorithms, and the Courts
A webinar featuring Professor Andrea Roth, presented by the Los Angeles Chapter of the Berkeley Law Alumni Association. Recorded live via Zoom May 5, 2022.

Class of 2022 Last Lecture
The annual "Last Lecture" for Class of 2022 3L graduates featuring Professors Andrea Roth and Seth Davis. For the Last Lecture, professors selected by the graduating class provide reflections and advice as they begin their legal careers. This traditi...

The Berkeley Spring Forum on M&A and the Boardroom: Closing Remarks
Speakers discuss Twitter, poison pills, and dealmaking in the age of social media. Featuring Steven Davidoff Solomon, Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and Ethan Klingsberg, Partner at Freshfields. If you are Deaf or Hard of Hear...

The Berkeley Spring Forum on M&A and the Boardroom: Vice Chancellor Lori Will
Vice Chancellor Lori Will of the Delaware Court of Chancery explores troubling signs from recent M&A caselaw. Moderated by Mary Eaton of Freshfields. If you are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and would like a captioned version of this clip, please contact...

The Berkeley Spring Forum on M&A and the Boardroom: UK CMA General Counsel Sarah Cardell
Sarah Cardell, General Counsel of the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), discusses the CMA's approach to M&A by U.S. tech and life sciences companies. Moderated by Rod Carlton of Freshfields. If you are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and would lik...

The Berkeley Spring Forum on M&A and the Boardroom: Securities Law Issues for Pre-IPO Companies
Panelists discuss disclosure and securities law issues for pre-IPO companies. Featuring Robert Jackson, Former Commissioner, Securities and Exchange Commission, Adam Eltoukhy, Vice President and General Counsel at Samsara, Scott James, General Counse...

The Berkeley Spring Forum on M&A and the Boardroom: U.S. National Security and M&A
Speakers discuss the changing impact of U.S. national security considerations on M&A, joint ventures, and alliances. Featuring Peter Harrell, Special Assistant to the President of the United States and Senior Director for International Economics and ...

The Berkeley Spring Forum on M&A and the Boardroom: FTC Commissioner Noah Phillips
FTC Commissioner Noah Phillips comments on antitrust issues and M&A in 2022. Includes a follow-up discussion with Jan Rybnicek of Freshfields. If you are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and would like a captioned version of this clip, please contact Alex Sh...

The Berkeley Spring Forum on M&A and the Boardroom: Antitrust and the Startup and Tech M&A Ecosystem
Panelists address antitrust regulation and its impact on the startup and tech M&A ecosystem. Featuring Sarah Cardell, General Counsel of the UK CMA, Jeremiah Gordon, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of CapitalG, Kristen Limarzi, Partner a...

Recent changes to PSLF and the Student Loan Landscape
Amanda Prasuhn from the Berkeley Law Financial Aid Office moderates a panel of student loan experts to discuss the Public Service Loan Forgiveness waiver, the recently extended COVID payment pause, and student debt cancellation. Panelists include Kat...

2022 Irving Tragen Lecture on Comparative Law
METACANONS: COMPARATIVE TEXTUALISM AT SCOTUS AND IN ISLAMIC LAW Featuring Intisar Rabb, Professor of Law & History and Director of the Program in Islamic Law at Harvard Law School This talk takes a comparative law look at shared methods of interpre...

Immigration Law One Year into the New Administration with Professor Jennifer Chacón
President Biden campaigned on the promise of moving away from the Trump Administration’s most hard line immigration policies. In this presentation, Professor Jennifer Chacón explores the ways in which the Biden Administration’s immigration polic...

Corporate Finance Fundamentals Participant Testimonial
Berkeley Law Executive Education's Corporate Finance Fundamentals is an online certificate program and knowledge platform for practicing attorneys and other non-financial professionals that focuses on how to apply financial information analysis and c...

Fourth Annual Herma Hill Kay Memorial Lecture featuring Professor Melissa Murray
Race-ing Roe: Reproductive Justice, Racial Justice, and the Battle for Roe v. Wade

Berkeley Law Clinical Program Information Session
The Clinical Program’s mission is to advance racial, economic, and social justice across substantive lawyering areas and practice methods locally, nationally and globally. Our faculty and students invite you to a virtual information session to lea...

Berkeley Boosts: Bankruptcy Mass Torts
The Civil Justice Research Initiative and Berkeley Law Executive Education present BERKELEY BOOSTS: BANKRUPTCY AND MASS TORTS Do bankruptcy proceedings in mass torts cases raise access to justice concerns? The U.S. Senate recently held a hearing on ...

Berkeley Boosts: Access to Justice and the Sex Abuse Litigation
The Civil Justice Research Initiative and Berkeley Law Executive Education present Berkeley Boosts: Access to Justice and the Sex Abuse Litigation Recorded live FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 2022, 10:00 A.M. PACIFIC TIME (VIA ZOOM) What are the best strategies ...

Ukraine War: International Legal Issues
Berkeley Law's Office of the Dean and the Miller Institute for Global Challenges and the Law are pleased to sponsor this special event concerning Russia's full-scale military invasion into Ukraine - the biggest in Europe since WWII - and the global i...

2022 Riesenfeld Symposium Panel 3: Antitrust Around the World
In this panel, Columbia Professor Anu Bradford, author of "The Brussels Effect" will discuss the distinctive nature and broad reach of European antitrust rules. University of Hong Kong Professor Angela Zhang, author of "Chinese Antitrust Exceptionali...

2022 Riesenfeld Symposium Panel 2: "Antitrust Enforcers: A New Era of Global Regulation"
How can countries promote fair competition in the marketplace while protecting consumers? Although different jurisdictions have similar antitrust enforcement goals, enforcement agencies have taken vastly different approaches to enforcement. This pane...

2022 Riesenfeld Symposium Panel 1: Is Labor the Next Frontier of Antitrust?
Labor has become the newest emerging issue in antitrust law. In NCAA v. Alston, the United States Supreme Court found that the NCAA’s restriction on certain education-related benefits for student-athletes violated antitrust laws. Similarly, the Eur...

2022 Riesenfeld Symposium Introductory Remarks & Keynote
Featuring Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ, and European Commissioner for Competition and Executive Vice-President of the European Commission for a Europe Fit for the Digital Age Margrethe Vestager.

LRAP, PSLF, and Loan Repayment for Public Interest Graduates
Amanda Prasuhn, Berkeley Law's Director of Public Interest Financial Support, reviews how public interest graduates can use the law school's Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) and the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program to ma...

Where to Berkeley Law students live?
Finding housing can be tricky, especially if you are coming to Berkeley Law from out of the area. In this video three current students offer a look into their housing arrangement and talk about how they found it. ADA Notice: We are currently having ...

Gender, Religion, and the Military in Israel, Elisheva Rosman-Stollman
Elisheva Rosman-Stollman joins in conversation with Ronit Stahl to discuss her work on religion and gender in the Israeli military, including questions of gender equality, religious accommodation, and the legitimation of religious female soldiers. T...

Reimagining Diversity and Jewish Belonging: A Journey Through Genesis
Annual Robbins Collection Lecture in Jewish Law, Thought, and Identity: Reimagining Diversity and Jewish Belonging: A Journey Through Genesis Featuring Amanda Beckenstein Mbuvi, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Reconstructionist Rabbinical Colle...

What is a law school class like?
Take a peek inside Berkeley Law classrooms. Note: This footage was filmed before the Covid-19 pandemic. As of March 1, 2022, all students and faculty are required to wear masks at all times while inside Berkeley Law buildings.

Controversial Issues in Citizenship Education: Insights from Israel
The Helen Diller Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies and the Graduate School of Education at the University of California, Berkeley are hosting a half-day symposium to explore insights from the Israeli context on controversial issues in citiz...

BerkeleyBoosts: Public Benefit Corp
In this one hour webinar, Amelia Miazad and Adam Sterling discuss their new case study -- Veeva Systems: The Journey to Converting to a Public Benefit Corporation. They are joined by Josh Faddis, General Counsel at Veeva Systems and Susan Mac Cormac,...

Sex Segregation in Israel: Between Gender, Law, and Religion
Civil Society and Plurality in Israel: Virtual Lunchtime Series Session 3: Sex Segregation in Israel: Between Gender, Law, and Religion Yofi Tirosh (Associate Professor, Tel Aviv University, Buchmann Faculty of Law; former Dean of Sapir Academic Col...

NAGPRA and the Indian Claims Commission Webinar
NAGPRA and the Indian Claims Commission: Can the ICC's Findings be Reclaimed By Native Nations to Achieve Repatriation? The Indian Claims Commission (ICC) was established in 1946 to hear long-standing claims by Native Nations against the United Stat...

BerkeleyBoosts: Attacks on the Courts
This two-hour webinar focuses on the ethical issues raised by increased attacks on the independence and legitimacy of the courts. Recently, these attacks have come most noticeably from the political branches, but are also increasingly seen from pract...

CLEE Rail Transit Report featured on KGTV
Ethan Elkind, director of the Center for Law, Energy and the Environment's Climate Project, was featured on ABC 10 San Diego discussing CLEE's rail transit report, Getting Back on Track. Originally aired Jan. 20, 2022. If you are Deaf or Hard of Hea...

Veeva Systems: Case Study in Converting to a Public Benefit Corporation
In January 2021, Veeva Systems, with the support of 99% of its shareholders, became the first public company to convert to a Public Benefit Corporation (PBC). In January 2022, Berkeley Law Executive Education published Veeva Systems: The Journey to C...

Shakespeare Trial: The Shylock Appeal
Centuries after William Shakespeare penned one of the most controversial verdicts in literary history in "The Merchant of Venice," Shylock gets a second chance at the 2020 Shakespeare Trial: The Shylock Appeal. Part theater and part mock trial, the ...

Leadership in the Legal Profession
Leadership in the Legal Profession is a ten-week, business school-style course for legal professionals who want to challenge intuitive approaches to leadership and management, as well as learn new mental models and dynamic leadership skills that can ...

LL.M. Executive Track Class of 2021 Graduation Ceremony
Recorded live via zoom Dec. 3, 2021

Tribute to Berkeley Law LL.M. Executive Track Class of 2021
Congratulations Class of 2021!

Bad News: How Woke Media Undermines Democracy
A Program of the Antisemitism Education Initiative at UC Berkeley Recorded November 18, 2021 Conversation between Batya Ungar-Sargon, Deputy Opinion Editor of Newsweek, and Ethan Katz, Professor of History, UC Berkeley, as they dive into complex an...

The Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance: The State of Delaware
Panelists addressed recent developments in Delaware corporate law and highlighted what to look for out of Delaware in 2022. Recorded on November 11, 2021 at the Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance. Featuring the Honorable Kathaleen McCormick, Cha...

The Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance: The Cult of We
Maureen Farrell and Eliot Brown, in conversation with Professor Frank Partnoy, discuss their 2020 book “The Cult of We” – the inside story of WeWork, its audacious founder and what its epic unraveling says about a financial system drunk on the ...

The Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance: ESG - The Signal and the Noise
Panelists discuss the latest developments around environmental, social and governance (ESG) in the public and private markets, as well as how governments and regulators look at ESG. Featuring Gregory Elders, Managing Director at Joele Frank, Melinda ...

The Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance: The Civil Rights Auditor
Our speakers discuss the civil rights audit and best practices for companies to consider when addressing civil rights issues. Recorded on November 11, 2021 at the Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance. Featuring Laura Murphy, President of Laura Mur...

The Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance: M&A Highlights from the Year Nobody Expected
Panelists survey the major issues and mergers and acquisitions deals that took place in 2020 and 2021 – and explore what trends may continue into 2022 and beyond. Recorded on November 11, 2021 at the Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance. Featuri...

The Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance: What Will Fuel Markets in 2022 and Beyond?
Looking forward, panelists explore funding sources and their corresponding issues for corporate deals in financings, M&A, and capital markets. Recorded on November 11, 2021 at the Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance. Featuring Professor Afra Afsh...

The Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance: Keynote on the Future of Returning to Work
Derek Thompson, a staff writer at The Atlantic, explores how the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted how we work – and provide an overview of the latest studies, technologies and innovations shaping how we will return to work. Recorded on November 11, ...

The Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance: Behind the (SPAC) Scenes
Panelist review the year in special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) transactions – and highlight the major trends and issues that will shape the market in 2022. Recorded on November 11, 2021 at the Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance. Featur...

The Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance: The Chancellor
This special session honored the legal career of retired Delaware Court of Chancery Chancellor Andre Bouchard, who spoke about what we can take away from his career. Recorded on November 11, 2021 at the Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance. Featur...

The Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance: Destress Session
Shannon Wiltsey Stirman provides advice on how attorneys can better manage stress to maximize work-life balance and health. Recorded on November 12, 2021 at the Berkeley Forum for Corporate Governance. Featuring Shannon Wiltsey Stirman, Associate Pro...

Center for Law, Energy, and the Environment Info Session
The Center for Law, Energy, and the Environment (CLEE) spearheads much of the curriculum, research, and activities around law and the environment. Hear from CLEE's team about the kinds of events the center hosts and how law students are involved in t...

Berkeley Center for Law and Business Info Session
The Berkeley Center for Law and Business (BCLB) convenes programs and supports research in law and business. Hear from BCLB's Executive Director, Adam Sterling, about the kinds of events the center hosts and how law students are involved in the cente...

Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice Info Session
The Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice connects students, professors, lawyers, activists, and thinkers across and beyond campus to make relevant, vibrant conversations about law, power, equity, subordination, and privilege part of intelle...

Berkeley Center for Law and Technology Info Session
he Berkeley Center for Law and Technology (BCLT) spearheads much of the curriculum, research, and activities around law and technology. Hear from BCLT's Executive Director, Wayne Stacy, about the kinds of events the center hosts and how law students ...

Berkeley Boosts: Checking in on the Supreme Court
This Berkeley Law Executive Education webinar features Dean Erwin Chemerinsky in conversation with Professor Abbye Atkinson discussing the major issues for the Supreme Court of the United States in 2022 and beyond. Recorded live 11/10/21

2021 Jorde Symposium
"The Third Founding: The Rise of Multiracial Democracy and the Authoritarian Reaction Against It" Featuring Steven Levitsky, Professor of Government, Harvard University Commentators Richard Albert, William Stamps Farish Professor in Law, University...

Financing a Legal Education: Programmatic Scholarships
This session covers named scholarships that you can apply for as a candidate for Berkeley Law. Recorded live October 26, 2021

Financing a Legal Education: Loan Repayment Assistance Program
This session covers the Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) for Berkeley Law public interest graduates. Recorded live October 28, 2021

Financing a Legal Education: Financial Aid 101
This session provides a general overview of financial aid for law school. Recorded live October 25, 2021

The New Governing Coalition and Shifts in Israeli Society
This is a recording of an October 14, 2021 virtual panel on Israel’s new governing coalition and the insights it provides on Israeli society. Janine Zacharia moderates a lively discussion—with Rami Zeedan, Tal Schneider, and Noah Efron—about th...

Parts of the Application: Test Scores, Academic Record, and Related Addenda
This session covered standardized test scores, academic record, and related addenda in depth. (Recorded Oct. 14, 2021)

Part of the Application: Resume and Letters of Recommendation
This session covered the resume and letters of recommendation in depth. (Recorded Oct. 13, 2021)

Parts of the Application: Personal Statement, Diversity Statement, and Why Berkeley Statement
This session covered the personal statement, diversity statement, and "Why Berkeley Law" statement in depth. (Recorded Oct 12, 2021)

Civil Society and Plurality in Israel
Session 1: Religion and State Tues, Oct 5, 2021 | Recorded via Zoom Michael Karayanni, (Bruce W. Wayne Chair in International Law, Hebrew University Faculty of Law) in conversation with Masua Sagiv (Koret Visiting Professor, UC Berkeley; Shalom Hart...

Reunion 2021 CLE Program: Ethical Limits of Advocacy
Lawyers navigate ethical duties that at times can come into conflict, including when representing difficult clients who may try to push the lawyer over the ethical line. Recent high-profile examples demonstrate the risks for lawyers and the need, som...

Reunion 2021: Dean's Town Hall
Dean Erwin Chemerinsky will provide an update on what is happening at Berkeley Law, look to our future, and answer questions. Participants: Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean, Jesse H. Choper Distinguished Professor of Law

Reunion 2021 CLE Program: Supreme Court Update
At this annual SCOTUS review, Berkeley Law constitutional scholars will discuss trends from the 2020-21 term and look ahead to the new term. Panelists: Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean, Jesse H. Choper Distinguished Professor of Law Easha Anand ’14, J.D.,...

Reunion 2021 CLE Program: Climate and Disasters
From record-breaking heat waves to massive wildfires to mega-droughts, we are living the disaster scenarios that climate change scientists have long warned about. Just about the only thing we know with certainty is that our governance systems need t...

Selection of Leadership in MDLs
This event focused on issues related to adequacy of representation, court approval of potential settlements and equitable issues in the selection of the Plaintiffs Steering Committee. This event was supported by a generous gift from AAJ's Robert L. H...

Exploring the Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Exploring the Legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A Conversation with Judge Marsha Berzon ‘73 & Professor Amanda Tyler Presented by Berkeley Law Development & Alumni Relations Thursday, September 9, 2021 via Zoom

Berkeley Law Alumni In the Legislature
Presented by Berkeley Law Development and Alumni Relations. Recorded Tuesday August 17, 2021 via Zoom Panelists : Ben Allen ‘08, California State Senator, 26th Senate District Henry Stern ‘09, California State Senator, 27th Senate District Intr...

Working Professionals Information Session
This information session was hosted by Berkeley Law JD Admissions on August 25, 2021. It is geared toward working professional applicants to the JD program.

No Borders: The Berkeley Law LL.M.
Berkeley Law LL.M. (Master of Laws) is a general degree designed to prepare foreign lawyers for global practice. Our curriculum provides a strong foundation in the fundamentals of U.S. law while allowing for customization based on individual interest...

Meet the Berkeley Law Librarians (fall 2021)
Meet our librarians, tour our wonderful library study spaces and learn how we can make you a success.

The Meaning of 'Boalt'
In 2018, the Berkeley Law community came together to reconsider the law school's affiliation with the namesake of its core building, John Boalt, after his racist history came to light. Here, members of Berkeley Law's Asian Pacific American Law Studen...

LL.M. Commencement, Summer 2021
Congratulations to Berkeley Law LL.M. Class of 2021! Recorded live via Zoom July 20, 2021

Why Boalt?
In 2018, the Berkeley Law community came together to reconsider the law school's affiliation with the namesake of its core building, John Boalt, after his racist history came to light. Here, members of Berkeley Law's Asian Pacific American Law Studen...

Berkeley Law Staff Circle on Anti-Racism Panel
The Berkeley Staff Association series "Pass the Mic" presents a panel of members of the Berkeley Law Staff Circle on Anti-Racism (SCAR) discussing the group's history, purpose and goals.

Critical Race Theory: Common Misconceptions
Critical Race Theory scholar Professor Khiara M. Bridges dispels some of the commonly repeated untruths about CRT.

Alumni Town Hall, June 16, 2021
Dean Chemerinsky discusses the Supreme Court's most important cases from the latest term and the impact of a historic year at the nation’s highest court.

DC Alumni Chapter event: The Path Forward for American Democracy
DC Alumni Chapter event with Dean Chemerinsky discussing "The Path Forward for American Democracy" Wednesday, June 9 via Zoom Speaker: Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean Berkeley Law, Jesse H. Choper Distinguished Professor of Law Introduction/Closing Remarks...

Corporate Finance Fundamentals Trailer v2
Corporate Finance Fundamentals is an online certificate program for practicing attorneys and other non-financial professionals that focuses on how to apply financial information analysis and corporate valuation in a variety of corporate settings and ...

Corporate Finance Fundamentals Trailer v1
Corporate Finance Fundamentals is an online certificate program for practicing attorneys and other non-financial professionals that focuses on how to apply financial information analysis and corporate valuation in a variety of corporate settings and ...

The Current Crisis in Israel: A Conversation with Prof. Chuck Freilich
The Helen Diller Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies presents a conversation with Professor Chuck Freilich. Author of Zion's Dilemmas: How Israel Makes National Security Policy (2012), and Israeli National Security: A New Strategy for an Era ...

Silicon Valley Alumni Chapter event with Dean Chemerinsky
Silicon Valley Alumni Chapter event with Dean Chemerinsky discussing "The Path Forward for American Democracy" Wednesday, May 12 from 5:00-6:00 pm PT via Zoom Speaker: Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean Berkeley Law, Jesse H. Choper Distinguished Professor of...

Faculty Staff Tribute 2021
Congratulations to the Berkeley Law Class of 2021 graduates from the entire faculty and staff!

Public Interest Award Winners: Vanessa Rivas-Bernardy '21
Vanessa Rivas-Bernardy ’21 Clinical Legal Education Association Outstanding Clinical Student Award (one student or team that demonstrated excellence in a clinic) and Francine Diaz Memorial Award Passionate about immigrant and refugee rights, Rivas...

Public Interest Award Winners: Ted Lee '21
Ted Lee ’21 Pro Bono Champion Award and Brain M. Sax ’69 Sax Prize for Excellence in Clinical Advocacy Honorable Mention Throughout law school, Lee devoted himself to the consumer justice community as co-chair of the Consumer Advocacy and Protec...

Public Interest Award Winners: Simone Levine '21
Simone Lieban Levine ’21 Pro Bono Champion Award and Eleanor Swift Award for Public Service (given to exceptional students, staff, or faculty who performed outstanding work to strengthen Berkeley Law’s commitment to public service) Among her many...

Public Interest Award Winners: Sarah Morris '21
Sarah Morris ’21 Jim Fahey Safe Homes for Women Award (given to a student committed to ending domestic violence against women) Over this past semester with Berkeley Law’s Domestic Violence Practicum, Morris supported San Francisco assistant distr...

Public Interest Award Winners: Molly Lao '21
Molly Lao ’21 Francine Diaz Memorial Award (given to graduating students whose studies and career plans best reflect Diaz’s commitment to social justice for women of color) The pro bono sector of Lao’s dizzying array of school activities was ey...

Public Interest Award Winners: Lindsay DeRight Goldasich '21
Lindsay DeRight Goldasich ’21 Pro Bono Champion Award (given to graduating students who best exemplify a commitment to and the values of pro bono work) During Berkeley Law’s 2019 Public Interest/Public Service Career Fair, DeRight Goldasich conn...

Public Interest Award Winners: Lilli Paratore '17
Lillian Paratore ’17 Kathi Pugh ’90 Award for Exceptional Mentorship Paratore is the managing attorney of the Post-Conviction Advocacy Project (P-CAP), which helps incarcerated individuals preparing for their parole hearings. Having volunteered w...

Helen Diller Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies
Welcome to the Helen Diller Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies at the University of California, Berkeley (formerly Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies). The Institute houses two core programs, its Program on Israel Studies, ...

Dean Chemerinsky discussing "The Path Forward for American Democracy"
Los Angeles Alumni Chapter event with Dean Chemerinsky discussing "The Path Forward for American Democracy" Wednesday, May 5 from 5:00-6:00 pm PT via Zoom Speaker: Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean Berkeley Law, Jesse H. Choper Distinguished Professor of Law...

Berkeley Law Commencement Ceremony 2021
Berkeley Law invites you to the virtual commencement ceremony for the Class of 2021. Closed Captioning available at: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=UCBLaw

Public Interest & Pro Bono Certificate Ceremony
The Public Interest & Pro Bono Certificate Ceremony honors and thanks graduating Berkeley Law JD and LLM students who have demonstrated a commitment to public interest, pro bono, and social justice work. Closed Captioning available at: https://www....

Last Lecture 2021
Annual "last lecture" for Class of 2021 graduates featuring Professors Abbye Atkinson and Saira Mohamed. Recorded live via Zoom May 4, 2021

A Celebration in Honor of Professor Stephen Sugarman
Professor Stephen Sugarman has been on the Berkeley Faculty for almost 50 years. He is a renowned scholar, a revered teacher of torts and other subjects, and an important voice on educational equity and health policy. On Thursday, April 29 from 12:50...

CJRI Berkeley Boosts Webinar: Debt Collection During Covid
Recorded live via Zoom: Friday, April 16, 2021 In this half-hour webinar, Erika Rickard of the Pew Foundation and Miguel Soto of the East Bay Community Law Center will discuss debt collection during Covid. This webinar is part of an ongoing series ...

Irving Tragen Lecture on Comparative Law featuring Hannah L. Buxbaum
Recorded live via Zoom Thursday, April 22, 2021 Hannah L. Buxbaum is Professor of Law and John E. Schiller Chair at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. Mutual Recognition Regimes in Transnational Regulation: From Comparability to Converge...

Berkeley Law Conversations: Reforming Policing and Ending Excessive Force
The trial and conviction of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd has again focused attention of the enormous problem of excessive police force especially against people of color. How can we reform police departments? What are the challenges...

Berkeley Law Explainer: The Chauvin Verdict
What does the Chauvin verdict mean from a criminal law perspective? Professor Jonathan Simon explains how important this case is for the three most challenging homicide doctrines law students study in a Criminal Law classroom. Music: Cold and Hard ...

The Helen Diller Institute 10th Anniversary Naming Ceremony
The Helen Diller Institute celebrated its 10th Anniversary on April 22, 2021. Justice Dorit Beinisch, the first woman to serve as President of the Israeli Supreme Court and the first woman State Attorney of Israel, was joined in conversation by Berke...

Google v. Oracle: An Initial Appraisal
On April 5, the Supreme Court handed down its much-anticipated decision in one of the most consequential copyright cases of our time, Google v. Oracle. In ruling that fair use permitted Google to incorporate elements of the Java API into its software...

A Conversation with Senator Sheldon Whitehouse
Professor Abbye Atkinson in conversation with with Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (R.I.). Presented by the Civil Justice Research Initiative and co-sponsored by the student chapter of the American Constitution Society, the Berkeley Law Consumer Advocacy...

“PREMIER” Dance Performance and Insights with Artists Elad Schechter and Rand Taha
“Premier” is a solo dance choreographed by Elad Schechter, founder and principal choreographer of CATAMON, for Rand Zeid Taha, a Jerusalem born Palestinian dancer. This inter-religious and intercultural dialogue through dance negotiates the socio...

A Celebration of 'Paving the Way' by Herma Hill Kay
Herma Hill Kay, our beloved colleague and dean, worked for years on a book profiling the first women law professors. Her book, Paving the Way: The First American Women Law Professors, was just published. Dean Chemerinsky and several professors will s...

Comparative Elections: What happens when the system fails?
Comparative Elections: What happens when the system fails? The Case of Israel and Greece Israel and Greece both have coalition governments that have struggled to come together, resulting in four recent elections in both countries. Please join Dr. R...

Sustainable Capitalism and ESG Online
Sustainable Capitalism and ESG Online demonstrates how to incorporate environmental, social, and governance considerations into business and investment strategy through a combination of focused lectures and case studies, curated readings, and in-dept...

Robbins Collection Lecture in Jewish Law, Thought and Identity:Jewish Law for the Digital Age
Does Jewish law speak to the most important issues of our day? Drawing on Judaism’s millennia-old jurisprudence of radical relevance in the face of change, Professors Ken Bamberger and Ariel Mayse make the counterintuitive argument that Jewish law...

Insurance Issues for Small Businesses During Covid
In this half-hour webinar, Andre Mura of Gibbs Law Group and Summer Gerbing and Lani Torres of the East Bay’s iconic Ivy Room will discuss a range of insurance-related issues that small businesses have had to navigate during the pandemic. This web...

Why You? #BerkeleyLawAWE
Made almost entirely from clips created by newly admitted and current students, this year’s Admit Week Experience video celebrates the inspirations, challenges, and aspirations of the unabashedly authentic individuals who will make up the Class of ...

DC Alumni Chapter Launch Event: The Year Ahead for America through a DC Lens
The DC Alumni Chapter hosted its inaugural event on Thursday, March 4. The discussion focused on climate change, racial justice and civil rights, and the COVID-19 pandemic viewed through the eyes of DC insiders. Panelists: Rich Albores ’92, Attorne...

Cyber-Hate Session 2: Combating Antisemitism and Hate Online
This symposium explores the phenomenon of cyber-hate. What are the key issues and manifestations? What are the appropriate responses to online hate? What are the frameworks available — legal, social, technological — and possible constraints to re...

Silicon Valley Alumni Chapter Discussion: General Counsel Insights
The Berkeley Law Silicon Valley Alumni Chapter hosted a virtual discussion with alumni who serve as general counsels. Panelists include: David Estrada ’93, Chief Legal Officer at Nuro, Rashmi Garde ’95, Chief Legal Officer at Sophos, Brad Lewis ...

Alumni Town Hall with Dean Chemerinsky
A virtual talk with Dean Chemerinsky discussing his upcoming book, "Presumed Guilty: How the Supreme Court Empowered the Police and Subverted Civil Rights," and an update on the law school.

Berkeley Law Conversations: Race & the Legal Profession
As part of observing Black history month and as part of our ongoing series on race and the law, Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky will host a panel focused on race and the legal profession. Speakers include: Elizabeth Gorman, Associate Professor...

The Role of Congress in a Partisan Age
The Broken Branch? The Role of Congress in a Partisan Age Recorded via Zoom Thursday, February 18 Asst. Prof. Jonathan Gould examines how Congress has performed in recent years, along with what legislative action may lie ahead during the Biden pres...

A Conversation with Rep. Katie Porter
Consumer Advocacy & Protection Society, Center for Consumer Law and Economic Justice, the Civil Justice Research Initiative, and Berkeley Law's chapter of American Constitution Society host a conversation with U.S. Representative Katie Porter (D, CA)...

The Path Forward for American Democracy
San Francisco Alumni Chapter event with Dean Chemerinsky discussing “The Path Forward for American Democracy” The Dean will provide an update on the law school and then talk about the guardrails and fragility of our democracy, addressing the mos...

Berkeley Conversations – A Discussion on Reparations: California and Beyond
Governor Newsom signed California Assembly Bill 3121 in September 2020, establishing a first-in-the-nation task force to study and make recommendations on reparations for slavery. The passing of AB 3121 has prompted new discussion about reparations, ...

Helen Diller Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies
The University of California, Berkeley announced a $10 million endowment gift from the Helen Diller Foundation that will ensure a lasting legacy for its Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies. In recognition of this gift, the institute will now ...

Cyber-Hate: Defining and Combating Antisemitism and Hate Online
This symposium will explore the phenomenon of cyber-hate. What are the key issues and manifestations? What are the appropriate responses to online hate? What are the frameworks available — legal, social, technological — and possible constraints t...

Third Herma Hill Kay Memorial Lecture Featuring Judge Diane P. Wood
Berkeley Law is honored to welcome Judge Diane P. Wood on February 3rd to present the third Herma Hill Kay Memorial Lecture. Judge Wood’s topic will be “Walking the Walk: Herma Hill Kay, Diversity, and Inclusion.” For more information, please ...

Leadership in the Legal Profession
Leadership in the Legal Profession is a ten-week, virtual business school-style course for legal professionals who want to challenge intuitive approaches to leadership and management, as well as learn new mental models and dynamic leadership skills t...

Leadership in the Legal Profession
Leadership in the Legal Profession is a ten-week, virtual business school-style course for legal professionals who want to challenge intuitive approaches to leadership and management, as well as learn new mental models and dynamic leadership skills t...

Berkeley Law Alumni Leading Indigent Defense During COVID-19
Berkeley Law Alumni Leading Indigent Defense During COVID-19 Thursday, January 28 from 5:00-6:30 pm via Zoom Panelists include: Ricardo García ‘95, Los Angeles Public Defender Steven Garrett '83, Sacramento Public Defender Robin Lipetzky ‘86, C...

The Appointment Process: California's State Boards and Commissions
Recorded via Zoom January 21, 2021 Featuring Cathryn Rivera-Hernandez '97, Appointments Secretary to Governor Gavin Newsom, will speak about the California appointments process.

Reforming Policing Through Changing Labor Relations (Part 4 of 4)
The Movement for Black Lives and related activism have increased discussion of profound changes in policing. This webinar will explore possible changes in labor relations law that might contribute to transforming policing. This is the fourth of fou...

The Constitution and the Lessons Learned
The last weeks – the challenge to the outcome of the presidential election, the events in Washington on January 6, the impeachment of President Trump, the end of the Trump presidency, the inauguration of a new president – raise profound constitut...

Berkeley Boosts: Investor Engagement on Racial Justice
July 22, 2020 Guests: Douglas Heske, Kimberley Lewis, and Melanie Mendoza In this one hour webinar presented by Berkeley Law Executive Education, Professor Amelia Miazad explores the role of investors and asset managers in advancing racial justice w...

Berkeley Boosts: The Pandemic and Inequality
August 14, 2020 Guests: Richard Rothstein and Zoe Polk In this half-hour webinar presented by Berkeley Law Executive Education, Richard Jolly moderates a discussion about the impacts of the pandemic on inequality with Richard Rothstein, author of Th...

Berkeley Boosts: Civil Remedies for Police Brutality
June 12, 2020 Guests: Jeannine Bell and Paul Hoffman In this half-hour long webinar presented by Berkeley Law Executive Education, Richard Jolly moderates a discussion about civil remedies for Police Brutality with policing scholar Jeannine Bell and...

Berkeley Boosts: Civil Remedies for Voting Rights Violations
Recorded December 4, 2020 Guests: Justin Levitt and Kristen Clarke In this half-hour webinar presented by Berkeley Law Executive Education, Justin Levitt and Kristen Clarke, two of the nation’s leading voting rights experts, discuss voting rights ...

The Virtual California Bar Swearing-In Ceremony
The Berkeley Law Alumni Association congratulates all alumni who recently passed the California Bar Exam. We invite you to commemorate this achievement by joining Dean Erwin Chemerinsky and fellow graduates for Berkeley Law’s virtual Swearing-In C...

Jewish Law, Thought, and Identity Workshop: Was the Biblical Joseph on the Spectrum?
Presented by Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies Recorded via Zoom Oct 21, 2020 Professor Samuel J. Levine, Professor of Law and Director, Jewish Law Institute, Discussant: Professor Stephen Rosenbaum, Frank C. Newman Lecturer at ...

Lessons Learned from Football Players and Epilepsy to Understand Brain Aging
Presented by Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies Recorded via Zoom October 12, 2020 Daniela Kaufer CLASS OF 1943 MEMORIAL CHAIR PROFESSOR OF INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY AND HELEN WILLS NEUROSCIENCE INSTITUTE; ASSOCIATE DEAN OF BIOLOGICAL SC...

Black Power, Jewish Politics: Reinventing the Alliance in the 1960’s
Presented by Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies Recorded via Zoom September 10, 2020 Marc Dollinger, author and Richard and Rhoda Goldman Chair in Jewish Studies and Social Responsibility, San Francisco State University Marc Dolli...

Israeli Women in Combat
Presented by the Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies Recorded via Zoom November 23, 2020 Ayelet Harel-Shalev Associate Professor at the Conflict Management and Resolution Program, Department of Politics and Government at Ben-Gurion ...

Mizrahi Identity in the US
Presented by the Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies Recorded via Zoom November 12, 2020 Panelists include: Tamar Zaken - Chief Program Officer at HaMaqom; Jewish educator Hadar Cohen - Multi-Media Feminist Artist, Writer, and Dancer...

Reforming Policing Through Changing Labor Relations
The Movement for Black Lives and related activism have increased discussion of profound changes in policing. This webinar will explore possible changes in labor relations law that might contribute to transforming policing. More information and comp...

Renewable Energy Revolution under Conditions of Geopolitical Conflict: The Case of the Gaza Strip
Summer Salon Series 1: Renewable Energy Revolution under Conditions of Geopolitical Conflict: The Case of the Gaza Strip Itay Fischendler in conversation with Miri-Lavi-Neeman June 23, 2020 The transition toward renewable energy is one of the keys ...

Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies
This video introduces the Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies and highlights its work with students on the UC Berkeley Campus. Hear from Institute-affiliated students, as well as faculty and staff as they share their experiences with...

Hybrid LL.M. Commencement Fall 2020
Congratulations Class of 2020 graduates!

BCLB Provides Direction to Business Leaders
The Berkeley Center for Law and Business is a vital bridge between academia, government, civil society, and corporate board rooms. We help leaders make progress that impacts our whole society. Join us.

Israel Studies Colloquium: The Yemenite Children Affair
The Yemenite Children Affair: History, Access to Information, and Public Discourse Roy Peled, Koret Visiting Professor in Israel Studies, UC Berkeley; Strikes Law School, College of Management & Academic Studies Dov Levitan, Head of the Interdiscipli...

Golden State on Fire: The Science, Law, and Policy of Wildfire in California
Golden State On Fire: The Science, Law, and Policy of Wildfire in California Monday, November 23, 2020 @ 12:50 pm - 2:00 pm Large-scale wildfires have become increasingly common in California, displacing thousands, destroying homes, blanketing much ...

Diaspora-Israel Relations and the U.S. Presidential Elections
Featuring David Horovitz, The Morton and Amy Friedkin Scholar-in-Residence Moderated by Sue Fishkoff, Editor of J. The Jewish News of Northern California Wednesday, November 18, 12:30pm David Horovitz, founding editor of The Times of Israel joins u...

Climate Risks to the US Financial System: Urgent & Decisive Action Needed
Climate change poses a systemic risk to the U.S. financial system, concludes the recently released and first-ever comprehensive report on climate risk sponsored by a U.S. financial regulator, Managing Climate Risks to the US Financial System. Commiss...

Berkeley Boosts Discussion on the Future of ESG
Susan Mac Cormac of the Berkeley Center for Law and Business and Morrison Foerster discusses the future of ESG and sustainability with Lila Preston of Generation Investment Management. This conversation was presented as part of a Berkeley Boosts webi...

Trailer for Sustainable Capitalism and ESG Online
Capitalism is at a crucial juncture. Our next steps will dictate the future of our economy, society, and planet. Join the debate & earn a certificate in Sustainable Capitalism & ESG from Berkeley Law Executive Education. Learn more at law.berkeley.ed...

Halloum Business Competition, Final Round 2020
The Berkeley Law Board of Advocates and Haas School of Business proudly present the Emma and Joseph H. Halloum Business Competition. The competition, open to all second- and third-year JD students and LL.M. students, is a pioneering effort to combine...

2020 Rutter Award for Teaching Distinction Honoring Amanda Tyler
The Rutter Award for Teaching Distinction honors Berkeley Law professors who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to teaching. The annual award was established in 1995 by William A. Rutter, philanthropist, lawyer, educator, and author, who was...

Democracy Town Hall: Lessons of the 2020 Election
Following the most consequential election in recent history, Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky will host a panel discussion with faculty experts on the lessons learned from the presidential election. Panelists: Professor Rick Hasen, Chancellor...

2020 Jorde Symposium: The New Countermajoritarian Difficulty
Pamela Karlan (Stanford Law) will deliver a lecture on the “countermajoritarian” difficulty, reflecting on the Supreme Court’s reluctance to reinforce representation through judicial review at a time when the United States appears to be heading...

Berkeley Law Conversations: Implications of the Presidential Election for Various Aspects of Law
The day after the most consequential election in recent history, Dean Erwin Chemerinsky will host a panel discussion of the implications of the presidential election for various aspects of law featuring Berkeley Law faculty experts. Panelists: Kh...

Israel as the Nation-State of the Jewish People
Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies Summer Salon Series: Reconsidering the Druze Narrative in the wake of the Basic Law: Israel as the Nation-State of the Jewish People Featuring Prof. Rami Zeedan in conversation with Prof. Ron Hass...

Comparative Election Law: Israel and the US
Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies Featuring Prof. Roy Peled (Koret Visiting Professor in Israel Studies) and Jay Footlik, (Special Assistant to President Clinton in the White House) Recorded live via Zoom October 8, 2020

What Can Theatre Teach Us in Times of Crisis and Transformation?
Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies Summer Salon Series: What Can Theatre Teach Us in Times of Crisis and Transformation? Recorded live via Zoom July 8, 2020 Featuring Prof. Sharon Aronson Lehavi in conversation with Dan Shifrin

Berkeley Conversations: Critical Race Theory and the 2020 Election
This roundtable discussion will consider how the racial uprising in the aftermath of the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, on-going police violence and social unrest, a possible shift in race-consciousness among White voters, the selection o...

Berkeley Law Conversations: California Propositions 15, 22, & 25
Dean Erwin Chemerinsky hosts a panel discussion of key initiatives on the November 3, 2020 ballot. Panelists: Catherine Fisk, Barbara Nachtrieb Armstrong Professor of Law, Berkeley Law Ahmed Lavalais, Clinical Teaching Fellow, Policy Advocacy Clin...

Beyond “Defund the Police”:Race, Public Safety, and the Future of American Criminal Justice
Recorded via Zoom October 21, 2020 Professor Jonathan Simon '87, the Lance Robbins Professor Criminal Justice at Berkeley Law, discusses his research showing that we are at the beginning of a long overdue reckoning with our anything but "color blind...

Race, Mental Health & the Law
Dean Chemerinsky hosted a panel on Race, Mental Health, and the Law as part of Mental Health Awareness and Wellness Week. Speakers: Michele Bratcher Goodwin, Chancellor’s Professor, University of California, Irvine Mallika Kaur, Lecturer, Berkele...

Berkeley Law Conversations | Affirmative Action at Berkeley Law: Prop 209 to Prop 16
Join us for a discussion on the felt impact at Berkeley Law following Prop 209, which banned race-based affirmative action in California. The panel will focus on the personal histories of students and faculty. This panel will be moderated by Erwin C...

Separation of Powers: Has the Presidency Grown too Powerful?
Inaugural event in new virtual debate series presented by Berkeley Law Development and Alumni Relations. Presented via Zoom on October 14, 2020. Speakers: Berkeley Law’s Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, Jesse H. Choper Distinguished Professor of Law, and J...

Covid Conversations: Bob Bauer and Jack Goldsmith
Professor Amanda Tyler talks with Bob Bauer and Jack Goldsmith about their new book "After Trump: Reconstructing the Presidency." Recorded live via Zoom October 8, 2020

Reunion 2020: Best Practices in Court Administration: What We’ve Learned from COVID-19
Courts, lawyers and judges are accustomed to moving deliberately. The pandemic has challenged courts to do things in ways that are unfamiliar and the effects of which often are uncertain. Judge Jeremy Fogel will moderate a discussion about those chal...

Reunion 2020: Race, Voting, and Elections
With the pandemic and demands for racial justice surging across America, and in the context of political campaigns that emphasize racial fear, three Berkeley Law professors describe how the racial dynamics that will profoundly impact the upcoming ele...

Meet Me in the Market - Live Dance Performance from Jerusalem (Berkeley Institute)
"Meet Me in the Market" Presented by the Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies, September 9, 2020. In 1962 Jackie Kennedy invited the world on a tour of the white house. In this performance, just like she did then, Jackie Kennedy (pla...

Israel and the Great Powers: The Case of China
September 16, 2020 Israel Institute Visiting Professor Ehud Eiran (Haifa University) joins Professor Ron Hassner, the Helen Diller Family Chair in Israel Studies, for a conversation exploring Israel's new alliance with China and what this might mean ...

Berkeley Conversations: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her legacy, and what may follow
Join Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky as he hosts a panel focused on U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her legacy, and what may follow. Closed Captioning available at: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=UCBLaw

Berkeley Conversations: Race, Law & K-12 Education
Join Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky as he hosts a panel focused on issues of race and the law concerning K-12 education in the United States. Speakers include: Prudence Carter, Dean, Graduate School of Education, UC Berkeley Chris Edley, Honora...

Berkeley Law Conversations: Student Activism Against Racism
Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky hosts a panel focused on what students are doing, can do, and should do to fight against racism. Speakers include: Justin Brooks, 3L, Cofounder & Cohost, Blacklisted the Podcast Maya Campbell, 3L, Member, Law Stud...

Berkeley Law Conversations: Race & Legal Education
As we begin the school year at a time of needed national attention to race, it is appropriate and necessary to focus on what we do: legal education. Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky hosts a panel to discuss issues concerning race and legal educati...

Berkeley Conversations: Race & the Environment
Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky hosts a discussion on race and the environment, examining issues of environmental racism and how pollution and other environmental problems disproportionately affect people of color. Speakers include Charisma Acey,...

Berkeley Conversations: Race and the Criminal Justice System
Join Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky as he hosts a discussion on how racism infects every aspect of the criminal justice system. Speakers will include: Nikki Jones, Professor, UC Berkeley Department of African American Studies; Armando Lara-Milla...

Berkeley Conversations - Race, Voting & Elections
Join Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky with Professors Kathy Abrams, Abhay Aneja, Taeku Lee, Ian Haney López, and Bertrall Ross for a discussion of how race affects our electoral system, especially in an election amidst a pandemic.

Fraud Fest 2020
On June 23-25, 2020, the Berkeley Center for Law and Business hosted -- Fraud Fest 2020 -- its third annual conference on financial fraud. The conference was hosted virtually in collaboration with In-House Focus.

Berkeley Conversations: Race, Law, and Health Policy
COVID-19 has had a dramatically different effect on African-American and Latinx communities. This reflects enormous racial inequalities in health and health care in the United States. A panel of Berkeley professors will discuss race, law, and health ...

Immigration Law and COVID-19
Faculty lecture series on Legal Issues in Dealing with COVID-19, featuring Professor Leti Volpp, “Immigration Law and COVID-19” In the name of containing a public health crisis, the United States has enacted sweeping restrictions on immigration...

COVID-19, App-based Contact Tracing, and Surveillance Policy
Legal Issues in Dealing with COVID-19, featuring Professor Jennifer Urban Discussion about how the COVID-19 emergency relates to rules governing surveillance and location-based tracking and whether those rules should change to address the emergency....

Berkeley Law Conversations: Race & Policing
The tragic and horrifying killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer has again focused the country’s attention on the enormous problem of race and policing in the United States. Four professors—Roxanna Altholz, Khiara M. Bridges, Erw...

International Law and COVID-19
Legal Issues in Dealing with COVID-19 Featuring Professors Laurel Fletcher & Katerina Linos The COVID-19 pandemic has presented a number of complex international legal issues that will be explored in this week’s talk. Who is responsible for addres...

The (Actual) Last Lecture #BerkeleyLaw2020
Featuring advice from Berkeley Law Professors Khiara Bridges and Bertrall Ross.

Honoring our Grads: Berkeley Law Public Interest
We honor the Class of 2020’s commitment to public interest, pro bono, and social justice through summer jobs and our robust pro bono, clinical, and field placement programs. Collectively the students have contributed so much, including a total of 2...

Class of 2020: You Did It! #BerkeleyLaw2020
Congratulations to all of our students – J.D., JSD, Ph.D., and LL.M. – who are graduating in the Class of 2020! Thank you to everyone for your video and photo submissions and participation in this video, especially Anya Ku, Mojdeh Farsi, Enio Ibr...

Prof Ian Haney Lopez on “Merge Left”
Professor Ian Haney Lopez discusses his recent book, “Merge Left: Fusing Race and Class, Winning Elections, and Saving America.” ACCESSIBILITY NOTICE: If you are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and would like a captioned version of this clip, please con...

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