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The Sedition Hunters: How January 6th Broke the Justice System
Safeguarding Democracy Project at UCLA Law presents "The Sedition Hunters: How January 6th Broke the Justice System" - Ryan J. Reilly (NBC News) in conversation with Richard L. Hasen, Director, Safeguarding Democracy Project. This webinar was record...

UCLA Law LL.M. Program
UCLA School of Law has a reputation for excellence throughout the world. With an interdisciplinary approach to legal studies and a comprehensive, flexible curriculum that appeals to a broad range of interests, LL.M. students may pursue general, speci...

Legalizing the Magic of Mushrooms
On behalf of the UCLA Health Law and Policy Program, Professor Taimie Bryant presents a webinar on Legalizing the Magic of Mushrooms. Legal rules regulating access to psychedelics are evolving in concert with the recognition of the remarkable potent...

Cultural Expression in Indigenous Art and Design
Cultural Expression in Indigenous Art and Design Join our faculty experts for a roundtable discussion on intangible cultural property and its relation to Tribes, the fashion industry, upcoming amendments to the Indian Arts and Crafts Act, and the ...

Margaret Levy Fellow Rasheedah Phillips on Future Foundations: Building Racial Equity in Housing
Rasheedah Phillips is the Fall 2024 Margaret Levy Public Interest Fellow. A public lecture by Rasheedah Phillips, Director of Housing for PolicyLink, was hosted on October 23, 2023, by UCLA Law’s David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and ...

Covering the Risks to Elections on the State and Local Level: Views from the Beat Reporters
Jonathan Lai (Philadelphia Inquirer, Politico) Carrie Levine (Votebeat) Patrick Marley (WaPo) Yvonne Wingett Sanchez (WaPo) Moderated by Pamela Fessler (retired from NPR)

Overheated: What to watch for, and ignore, at the UN climate talks
At the end of November 2023, climate scientists, negotiators, policymakers, and lobbyists will converge in Dubai as the United Arab Emirates hosts the latest United Nations-sponsored climate talks. The climate talks, known by the acronym COP28, come ...

UCLA Law presents Whither the Court, 2023: The Allan C. Lebow Annual Supreme Court Review
An annual review of the Supreme Court's most recent term and its implications for lawyers, academics and citizens.

UCLA Law Commencement 2023
Please join us on May 12 at 3:30 p.m. PT as we celebrate the Class of 2023! Watch live as UCLA Law confers degrees upon our J.D., LL.M., M.L.S., and S.J.D. graduates before family and friends in Dickson Court, on the UCLA campus.

The Trump Prosecutions, the First Amendment, and Election Interference
The Trump Prosecutions, the First Amendment, and Election Interference -- Genevieve Lakier (University of Chicago, via Zoom) -- Eugene Volokh (UCLA) -- Moderated by Richard L. Hasen This program was sponsored by UCLA Law's Safeguarding Democracy Pr...

The Roberts Court and American Democracy
The Roberts Court and American Democracy Featuring Joan Biskupic (CNN Legal Analyst and author) and moderated by Richard L. Hasen. This webinar was sponsored by UCLA Law's Safeguarding Democracy Project and was held on October 12, 2023.

How Should Platforms Handle Election Speech and Disinformation in 2024?
How Should Platforms Handle Election Speech and Disinformation in 2024? -- Katie Harbath (Anchor Change) -- Josh Lawson (Advisor to the Aspen Institute on A.I. and democracy-related risk, formerly of Meta) -- Yoel Roth (formerly of Twitter) -- Brand...

LATINX VS. HISPANIC: UCLA LAW EXPLAINER #Shorts #Latino #Latina #Hispanic #Latinx #Heritage #History
We spoke with UCLA Prof. Laura Gómez about the origins & complexities of panethnic terminology, the importance of representation, and what it means to celebrate Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month. This is the first conversation in this series. Enjoy!

Meet Michael Waterstone, Dean of UCLA Law
Get to know our new dean of UCLA School of Law, Michael Waterstone! Read our in-depth interview with Dean Waterstone here: https://law.ucla.edu/news/noble-calling-qa-dean-michael-waterstone Follow us on social: - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/s...

The Trump Indictments, the 2024 Elections, and Public Peace
The Trump Indictments, the 2024 Elections, and Public Peace -- Ruth Ben-Ghiat (NYU) -- Benjamin L. Ginsberg (Volker Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Hoover Institution) -- Rachel Kleinfeld (Senior Fellow, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) --...

UCLA Law in the ‘70s 🕺🪩 #LawSchool #UCLA #UCLALaw #Law #Lawyer #funky #70s #Vintage #Legal #Short
UCLA Law has always been funky & fresh - and these pictures from the ‘70s support our claim! 🕺✌️Can you dig it? 😉

From the Frontlines: The Supreme Court Rulings on Affirmative Action, LGBTQ Rights, and Student Debt
From the Frontlines: The Supreme Court Rulings on Affirmative Action, LGBTQ Rights, and Student Debt Today, the Supreme Court ruled against affirmative action in college admissions. Tomorrow, it will decide important cases about LGBTQ rights and st...

U.S. Democracy and the Independent State Legislature Theory after the Moore v. Harper Decision
U.S. Democracy and the Independent State Legislature Theory after the Supreme Court’s Moore v. Harper Decision On June 27, the Supreme Court on a 6-3 vote in Moore v. Harper rejected the most extreme version of the “independent state legislature...

Debrief of the Ruling in Arizona v. Navajo Nation
Debrief of the Ruling in Arizona v. Navajo Nation June 26th, 2023 UCLA’s Native Nations Law and Policy Center held a panel to discuss the pivotal ruling in Arizona v. Navajo Nation. Our expert panelists gave insight on the majority and dissenting...

Unpacking Brackeen v. Haaland
Unpacking Brackeen v. Haaland June 20th, 2023 UCLA’s Native Nations Law and Policy Center held a panel in collaboration with the Indian Legal Program at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. The panelists, scholars of...

UCLA Law Commencement 2023
Celebrating the UCLA Law School Class of 2023!

From the Frontlines- Saving Indigenous Sacred Sites: Oak Flat and Beyond
From the Frontlines- Saving Indigenous Sacred Sites: Oak Flat and Beyond Indigenous Peoples’ rights to religious freedom and access to their sacred sites are increasingly under threat. Join us as legal experts discuss pending cases and the state o...

Emmett Institute 2023 Symposium - Dreaming Big: How to Build an Infrastructure for the Future
Emmett Institute 2023 Symposium - Make or Break: Transforming U.S. Infrastructure to Meet Climate Goals Panel 1: Dreaming Big: How to Build an Infrastructure for the Future Our first panel of the day was a chance to think big about the main energy ...

Emmett Institute 2023 Symposium - Remaking our Power Grid for Renewable Energy
Emmett Institute 2023 Symposium - Make or Break: Transforming U.S. Infrastructure to Meet Climate Goals Panel 2: Transmission Case Study: Remaking our Power Grid for Renewable Energy This panel explores what a grid that is fully equipped to support...

Emmett Institute 2023 Symposium - Decarbonizing Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
Emmett Institute 2023 Symposium - Make or Break: Transforming U.S. Infrastructure to Meet Climate Goals Panel 3: Transportation Case Study: Decarbonizing Planes, Trains, and Automobiles Transportation is the top contributor to greenhouse gas emissi...

Emmett Institute 2023 Symposium - Opening Remarks
Emmett Institute 2023 Symposium - Make or Break: Transforming U.S. Infrastructure to Meet Climate Goals Opening Remarks The UCLA Emmett Institute’s 2023 symposium explored the laws that are driving the clean energy transition. We focused on imple...

The Miseducation of CRT: Tracking the Attacks on Critical Race Theory and Antiracist Education
In this installment of From the Frontlines, The Miseducation of CRT: Tracking the Attacks on Critical Race Theory and Antiracist Education, panelists discuss a new report produced by CRT Forward, an initiative of the Critical Race Studies Program, wh...

Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? The role of practicing lawyers; ending remarks
Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? Panel 6: The role of practicing lawyers and concluding remarks Moderator: Emily Rong Zhang, Assistant Professor of Law, UC Berkeley School of Law Panelists: -- Bob Bauer, Professor of Practice and ...

Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? The role of politics and norms
Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? Panel 4: The role of politics and norms Moderator: Bruce Cain, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Bill Lane Center for the American West, Stanford University Panelists: -- Julia Aza...

Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? The role of election law
Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? Panel 5: The role of election law Moderator: Joseph Fishkin, Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law Panelists: -- Michael Morley, Sheila M. McDevitt Professor, Florida State University College of Law...

Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? Election Denialism & Future of Republican Party
Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? Lunchtime Conversation: Election Denialism and the Future of the Republican Party Sarah Longwell, President and CEO, Longwell Partners, and Publisher, The Bulwark, in conversation with Richard L. H...

Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? The role of tech
Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? Panel 3: The role of tech Moderator: Elizabeth Howard, Senior Counsel, Brennan Center for Justice Panelists: -- Andrew Appel, Eugene Higgins Professor of Computer Science, Princeton University -- M...

Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? The role of media and social media
Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? Panel 2: The role of media and social media Moderator: Nathaniel Persily, James B. McClatchy Professor of Law, Stanford Law School Panelists: -- Renée DiResta, Technical Research Manager, Stanford...

Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? Election threats: inside and outside
Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? Panel 1: Election threats: inside and outside Moderator: John Fortier, Senior Fellow, American Enterprise Institute Panelists: -- Jocelyn Benson, Secretary of State, Michigan -- Neal Kelley, Regis...

Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? Welcome and introduction
Can American Democracy Survive the 2024 Elections? Welcome and introduction Richard L. Hasen, Professor of Law and Political Science and Director, Safeguarding Democracy Project, UCLA School of Law This panel was part of the Can American Democracy ...

Confronting the Insider Threat on Election Security and Protecting Election Officials
Confronting the Insider Threat on Election Security and Protecting Election Officials -- Panelists Judd Choate and Liz Howard -- Moderator Rick Hasen his program took place on April 4, 2023.

Arizona v. Navajo Nation Debrief
Arizona v. Navajo Nation Debrief March 22, 20023 UCLA’s Native Nations Law and Policy Center, ACS, and NALSA held a panel to debrief the oral arguments from the Arizona v. Navajo Nation case. The case is of huge importance as the United States Su...

Margaret Levy Public Interest Fellow Guillermo Mayer on Movement Lawyering: An Evolution of Practice
Public lecture by UCLA Law’s Spring 2023 Margaret Levy Public Interest Fellow, Guillermo Mayer, President & CEO of Public Advocates, hosted on March 1, 2023, by UCLA Law’s David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy. Mayer’s lect...

Meme Wars: The Untold Story of the Online Battles Upending Democracy in America
Meme Wars: The Untold Story of the Online Battles Upending Democracy in America A conversation between Joan Donovan and Rick Hasen. Co-Sponsored by UCLA Law's Safeguarding Democracy Project and Institute for Technology, Law & Policy. This program ...

From the Frontlines: Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard and the Impact on Higher Education
From the Frontlines: Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard and the Impact on Higher Education Introductions by Dean, Russell Korobkin, Panel discussion with Stewart Kwoh ’74, Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director of The Asian American Education P...

Fixing the Climate: Rethinking Climate Policy in an Uncertain World
Fixing the Climate: Rethinking Climate Policy in an Uncertain World February 16, 2023 Global climate diplomacy is stalling thanks to the same top-down approach used since the Kyoto Protocol. That’s the argument made by David Victor (UC San Diego)...

Parks and Housing Together: A Win for Communities and the Environment
Parks and Housing Together: A Win for Communities and the Environment February 13, 2023 Thank you for watching this panel event. Topics included the barriers and challenges to building parks and affordable housing joint development projects, how th...

Laboratories Against Democracy
Laboratories Against Democracy A conversation between Jake Grumbach and Rick Hasen. This event took place on February 16, 2023 and was sponsored by UCLA Law's Safeguarding Democracy Project.

LEAD Summit 2022: Working for Reproductive Justice in a Post-Dobbs World and Celebrating LEADership
LEAD Summit 2022: Working for Reproductive Justice in a Post-Dobbs World, co-sponsored by the Center on Reproductive Health, Law and Policy -- Cary Franklin, Ph.D., McDonald/Wright Chair of Law, Faculty Director of the Center on Reproductive Health,...

LEAD Summit 2022: Building Coalitions to Lead Change - Beyond Your Bubble
LEAD Summit 2022: Building Coalitions to Lead Change; Skills and Strategies for Challenging Times Beyond Your Bubble: How to Connect Across the Political and Cultural Divide -- Tania Israel, Ph.D., Professor, Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychol...

LEAD Summit 2022: Welcome through Speaking to Win
Welcome – J.D. Class of 2022 Student LEADers -- Kaitlyn Hittelman ’22, Incoming Associate, Hogan Lovells US LLP -- Robyn Jimenez ’22, Incoming Associate, Paul Hastings LLP -- Hannah Schnell ’22, Incoming Associate, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP...

LEAD Summit 2022: Driving Workplace Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
LEAD Summit 2022: Driving Workplace Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, co-sponsored by the Womxn of Color Collective Introductions by Erica Kelley ’24 and Sahana Matthews ’24, Womxn of Color Collective Moderator and Contributor: Beth Berke ’79,...

LEAD Summit 2022: Lawyers and the Climate Crisis: Views from Inside the Fight
LEAD Summit 2022: Lawyers and the Climate Crisis: Views from Inside the Fight, co-sponsored by the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment Introductions by: Cara Horowitz ’01, Andrew Sabin Family Foundation Co-Executive Director of ...

LEAD Summit 2022: Combatting Hunger, Homelessness, and Housing Oppression
LEAD Summit 2022: Combatting Hunger, Homelessness, and Housing Oppression co-sponsored by the Black Law Students Association Introductions by: Rochelle Mulondo ’24, Black Law Students Association Moderator: -- Kris Cheh Beck ’99, Chief Legal Of...

LEAD Summit 2022: Advocating for Children’s Rights
LEAD Summit 2022: Advocating for Children’s Rights, co-sponsored by UCLA Law Women Introductions by: Jill Kleinkauf ’23 and Sydney Robles ’24, UCLA Law Women Moderator: Danielle Katzir ’04, Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP Panelists: -...

LEAD Summit 2022: Protecting Voters Rights
LEAD Summit 2022: Protecting Voters Rights, co-Sponsored by the Latinx Law Students Association -- Introductions by: Daniela Dillarza ’24, Co-Chair, Latinx Law Students Association Moderator and Panelist: Erinn Contreras ’06, Partner, Sheppard,...

Different Enforcement and Disparate Impacts of Gun Laws
Different Enforcement and Disparate Impacts of Gun Laws UCLA Law's Criminal Justice Law Review, Criminal Justice Program, and The Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence hosted the 2022 Symposium entitled "Guns Everywhere: Individual Rights and ...

Guns at Poll Booths & Protests: Chilling Effect on 1st Amend.Activities and Against Crim. Just. Ref.
Guns at Poll Booths and Protests: the Chilling Effect on First Amendment Activities and Against Criminal Justice Reform UCLA Law's Criminal Justice Law Review, Criminal Justice Program, and The Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence hosted the ...

The History of the Second Amendment: How We Got to Bruen–and Where We Go from Here
The History of the Second Amendment: How We Got to Bruen–and Where We Go from Here UCLA Law's Criminal Justice Law Review, Criminal Justice Program, and The Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence hosted the 2022 Symposium entitled "Guns Every...

Police Violence and Public Safety in a World of Concealed Carry
Police Violence and Public Safety in a World of Concealed Carry UCLA Law's Criminal Justice Law Review, Criminal Justice Program, and The Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence hosted the 2022 Symposium entitled "Guns Everywhere: Individual Rig...

Non-Carceral Solutions to Gun Violence: A Focus on Community Violence Intervention
Non-Carceral Solutions to Gun Violence: A Focus on Community Violence Intervention UCLA Law's Criminal Justice Law Review, Criminal Justice Program, and The Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence hosted the 2022 Symposium entitled "Guns Everywh...

Debrief of the Oral Arguments in Brackeen v Haaland
Debrief of the Oral Arguments in Brackeen v Haaland On November 10, 2022, we debriefed on Brackeen v. Haaland with the nation's leading experts, Maggie Blackhawk, Professor at NYU Law, Keith Harper, Chair of the Native American Law Practice at Jenne...

Lessons for Democracy from the 2022 Midterm Elections
Lessons for Democracy from the 2022 Midterm Elections Speakers -- Rick Hasen - Director, Safeguarding Democracy Project and Professor of Law @UCLA School of Law -- Chris Tausanovitch - Associate Professor, Political Science @UCLA Political Science -...

Trump, Trumpism, and the Future of American Democracy
Trump, Trumpism, and the Future of American Democracy: A conversation with Maggie Haberman, New York Times White House correspondent, and Richard L. Hasen, Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law and Director, Safeguarding Democracy Project. This event...

Tribal Leadership and the Future of Indian Country
UCLA School of Law Regent’s Lecture – Tribal Leadership and the Future of Indian Country The UCLA Regents’ Lecture was given by Greg Sarris, Tribal Chairman of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria. The lecture was presented October 10, 2...

Lessons from the January 6 Committee: A conversation with Representative Adam Schiff
The Safeguarding Democracy Project at UCLA promotes research, collaboration, and advocacy under the leadership of UCLA Law Professor Richard L. Hasen; one of the nation's leading election scholars. The Safeguarding Democracy Project is built upon the...

The United States Supreme Court and American Democracy: View of three journalists
From the Frontlines - The United States Supreme Court and American Democracy: View of three journalists A special From the Frontlines in partnership with The Safeguarding Democracy Project at UCLA.The Safeguarding Democracy Project promotes research...

Lawyers in Asian Syariah Courts: Ethical and Regulatory Issues
Featuring: -- Maybell Romero, Tulane University Law School (chair) -- Helena Whalen-Bridge, National University of Singapore (online) -- Arif Jamal, National University of Singapore, Syariah Law and Legal Practice (online) -- Kerstin Steiner, La Trob...

Educating Ethical Lawyers in Nigeria
Featuring: -- Akin Oluwadayisi, Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba, Mentoring Law Students on Legal Entrepreneurship and Developing Law Schools' Curriculum for Inclusive Knowledge-based Impact (chair) -- Sunday Agwu, Baze University, Clinically Teach...

The Boundaries of Adversary Ethics
Featuring: -- Zhanat Alimanov, University of Hong Kong, Antimoney Laundering Regulation in the United States and Russia: Lawyers as Gatekeepers or Facilitators? (chair) -- Dane Ciolino, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, Legal Ethics, Rhet...

Rethinking Ethics Training
Featuring: -- Caroline Wick, American University Washington College of Law, Making Legal Ethics Fun: Incorporating Interactive Exercises in the Classroom (chair) -- Yurixhi Gallardo, Universidad Panamericana, Instituto de Humanidades, Ethical Compet...

Canada’s Revised Ethical Principles for Judges: Analysis and Observations
Featuring: -- Stephen Pitel, Western University, Confidentiality and Return to Practice (chair) -- Brent Cotter, Senator, Introduction and Approach (online) -- Pooja Parmar, University of Victoria, Reconciliation, Cultural Competence and Professiona...

Challenges to the Legal Profession in Nigeria in the Pandemic and Beyond
Featuring: -- Simon-Peter St. Emmanuel, Adekunle Ajasin University, Investigating Corruption Through Transactional Justice (chair) -- Omoyemen Lucia Odigie-Emmanuel, Nigerian Law School Yenagoa Campus, Legal Ethics in a Pandemic and Post Recovery Er...

Chinese Legal Profession: New Developments in Legal Service & Ethical Challenges in the Digital Era
Featuring: -- Judith McMorrow, Boston College Law School (chair) -- Ding Xiangshun, Renmin University School of Law, Overview of Online Legal Services and Emerging Ethical Challenges (online) -- Xu Shenjian, China University of Political Science an...

Moore v Harper, the Independent State Legislature Theory and Potential Threats to American Democracy
Moore v. Harper, the Independent State Legislature Theory and Potential Threats to American Democracy Featuring: -- Vikram D. Amar -- Derek T. Muller -- Richard H. Pildes -- Carolyn Shapiro -- Franita Tolson -- Richard L. Hasen (moderator) Held on ...

Proposed Congressional Legislation on Electoral College Votes and the Risk of Election Subversion
Can Proposed New Congressional Legislation on Counting Electoral College Votes Lessen the Risk of Election Subversion? Featuring: -- Ambassador Norman Eisen (ret.) -- Edward B. (Ned) Foley -- Rebecca Green -- J. Michael Luttig -- Janai Nelson '96 --...

Whither the Court 2022
UCLA School of Law presents Whither the Court: The Allan C. Lebow Annual Supreme Court Review. A review of the Supreme Court's most recent term and its implications for lawyers, academics, and citizens. Panelists: -- Ahilan Arulanantham, Professor ...

Securing Indigenous Futures
“Securing Indigenous Futures,” Global Meeting on Law and Society, Lisbon, Portugal (Virtual). Featuring: -- Neoshia R. Roemer, Assistant Professor, University of Idaho College of Law -- Heather Tanana, Assistant Professor of Law (Research) and Wa...

Castro-Huerta v. Oklahoma and the Attack on Tribal Sovereignty: Where Do We Go From Here?
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 The Supreme Court upended two hundred years of settled law regarding criminal jurisdiction in Indian country last week in Castro-Huerta v. Oklahoma. In an opinion stemming from the McGirt case, the astonishing decision assert...

Debrief of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Opinion in U.S. v Denezpi
Thursday, June 16, 2022 The nation’s leading Indian law lawyers debrief about the Supreme Court’s historic 6-3 decision in Denezpi v. United States. Watch for an inside look at the historic case for the Ute Mountain Ute. Hear from the nation’s...

Dobbs v. Jackson: The Impact on Native Reproductive Health
Friday, July 1, 2022 The impacts of Dobbs will be far-reaching and likely disproportionally include Native people. Native reproductive health has long been underserved, resulting from a cumulation of historically forced assimilation policies, under-...

UCLA Law School Commencement Ceremony 2022
Celebrating the UCLA Law School Class of 2022!

After Roe: What's Next?
After Roe: What's Next? A webinar sponsored by the Center on Reproductive Health, Law, and Policy at UCLA Law that covered the legal implications for abortion access following the Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organizatio...

From the Frontlines: The Impact of Billionaire Ownership of Social Media
UCLA School of Law presents our next installment of From the Front Lines in partnership with Institute for Technology, Law & Policy on The Impact of Billionaire Ownership of Social Media Join us for our latest installment of From the Frontlines for ...

UCLA Law Presents: Talking Across Differences
UCLA Law Presents: Talking Across Differences Communicating across differences to be better citizens and lawyers Watch the conversation between Dean Jennifer L. Mnookin and Mónica Guzmán, author of I Never Thought Of It That Way. Our society is ...

Interview with California Supreme Court Justice John A. Arguelles '54
Interview with Justice John A. Arguelles '54. Conducted on March 10, 2022.

Celebration of California Supreme Court Justice John A. Arguelles '54
Celebration of California Supreme Court Justice John A. Arguelles '54 A virtual celebration of Justice Arguelles, the first UCLA Law alumnus to become a California Supreme Court Justice and the second Latino to serve on the California Supreme Court....

Margaret Levy Public Interest Fellow Brendon Woods on Black Lives Matter on Juries
Public lecture by UCLA Law’s Spring 2022 Margaret Levy Public Interest Fellow, Brendon Woods, the first Black Chief Public Defender in Alameda County’s history, hosted on March 14, 2022, by UCLA Law’s David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest...

From the Front Lines: Asian American Pride Panel
From the Front Lines: Asian American Pride Panel A candid conversation on steps we can take to curb the increase in anti-Asian hate, moderated by UCLA Law's Karin Wang. The panel included Professor Hiroshi Motomura, Hon. Tammy Ryu '87, and Angela Oh...

Preserving Democracy and Truth: What Law Schools Must Do
Preserving Democracy and Truth: What Law Schools Must Do In the wake of the 2021 January 6th insurrection, 14 law school deans came together to reflect upon the role of law schools, lawyers, and legal education in our exceptionally challenging time...

UCLA Law Review Symposium: Toward an Abolitionist Future (1/29/2022)
The UCLA Law Review invites you to join us online for our 2022 Symposium, Toward an Abolitionist Future. The 2022 Symposium aims to focus on the question of what is an abolitionist future and what it takes to get there. The Symposium will center disc...

UCLA Law Review Symposium: Toward an Abolitionist Future (1/28/2022)
The UCLA Law Review invites you to join us online for our 2022 Symposium, Toward an Abolitionist Future. The 2022 Symposium aims to focus on the question of what is an abolitionist future and what it takes to get there. The Symposium will center disc...

UCLA Law School Fall 2021 LL.M. Commencement
Celebrating the Class of 2021 LL.M. Graduates

2021 UCLA Law Holiday Video
It's Winter in Westwood. When the law school's a cappella group became unavailable, we sent the A. Barry Cappello Trial Team out "caroling" for the holidays in their own unique style. Watch the video to see what happened. Happy holidays, UCLA Law!

NNLPC Fall 2021 Speaker Series: The Ascension of Tribal Cultural Property Law
NNLPC Fall 2021 Speaker Series: The Ascension of Tribal Cultural Property Law November 17, 2021 Please join us for a conversation with leading Indigenous rights scholars as they discuss the growing impact of tribal law on issues related to Indigeno...

Efforts to Phase Out Oil and Gas Extraction in California
Efforts to Phase Out Oil and Gas Extraction in California The panel featured advocates working to address the impacts of oil and gas extraction. Topics included recent Los Angeles County efforts to begin phasing out existing wells and banning new we...

Restorative Justice: Restorative Justice and the Legal Academy
In Fall 2021, the UCLA School of Law Criminal Justice Program and Criminal Justice Law Review held a three-part symposium on restorative justice. The goal was to engage law students and faculty across the country in conversations about restorative ju...

Restorative Justice: Restorative Justice as an Alternative to the Criminal/Juvenile Legal System
In Fall 2021, the UCLA School of Law Criminal Justice Program and Criminal Justice Law Review held a three-part symposium on restorative justice. The goal was to engage law students and faculty across the country in conversations about restorative ju...

Restorative Justice: Building Communities of Healing and Accountability
In Fall 2021, the UCLA School of Law Criminal Justice Program and Criminal Justice Law Review held a three-part symposium on restorative justice. The goal was to engage law students and faculty across the country in conversations about restorative ju...

Margaret Levy Public Interest Fellow Janai Nelson on Fighting Racial Injustice in a Vacuum of Truth
Public lecture by UCLA Law’s Fall 2021 Margaret Levy Public Interest Fellow, Janai Nelson, Associate Director-Counsel of NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF), hosted on October 27, 2021, by UCLA Law’s David J. Epstein Program in Public ...

Public Service Challenge Kick-off Event: Housing Issues in Los Angeles and Volunteer Opportunities
On October 25, 2021 UCLA Law launched its 2nd annual pro bono week and introduced the new Rand Schrader Pro Bono Program and Director, Grace Meng. This special program featuring a panel discussion on the Eviction Crisis in Los Angeles.

The Irving H. Green Memorial Lecture - Suing Monsanto Featuring Michael L. Baum
The Irving H. Green Memorial Lecture- Suing Monsanto: Corporate Accountability in Trial Law Featuring Michael L. Baum (B.A. '82, J.D. '85) Michael L. Baum is the senior managing shareholder and president of the national plaintiff law firm Baum Hedlu...

TLDC Highlight: The Need for Confidentiality within Tribal Cultural Resource Protection
October 6, 2021 In going about the work of protecting cultural resources, tribes find themselves in a bind. The protection of one resource almost always requires the exchange of another: sensitive tribal information. Tribes are compelled to reveal...

Whither the Court 2021
On Sept. 29, 2021, a who's who of UCLA Law experts reviewed the Supreme Court’s most recent term, examined trends in the law, and previewed the Supreme Court's upcoming cases, looking at the implications for lawyers, students, academics, and the ge...

Book Talk: A Coalition of Lineages: The Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians
Book Talk: A Coalition of Lineages: The Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians September 15, 2021 The Indigenous people who were brought to Mission San Fernando, northwest of present-day Los Angeles, came from autonomous, lineage-based villa...

The Future of Reproductive Rights in America: Texas, SCOTUS, and the Implications of SB8
The passage of SB8, Texas’s “heartbeat bill”, has stoked intense debate about reproductive rights, and the Supreme Court’s refusal to block its implementation has caused great concern for many across the country. Join our distinguished panel ...

The Future of DACA
The Future of DACA: A Conversation about the Recent Court Decision and What it Means for Immigration Policy On July 16, a Federal judge in Texas declared the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) illegal and ordered the agency to hal...

From the Front Line: Can Los Angeles Reduce its Jail Population?
From the Front Line: Can Los Angeles Reduce its Jail Population? In recent years, LA County has focused on alternatives to incarceration in order to reduce the population in jails, potentially transforming our criminal and juvenile legal processes. ...

52 Years After Stonewall: Legal Challenges Facing LGBTQ People Then and Now
52 years after Stonewall, the Pride rainbows showcased throughout June are more than just a celebration of identity. The rainbows represent progress. They represent safety. And most of all they represent inclusion. Speakers: --Stephen Lachs '63 --C...

Critical Race Theory Under Attack: The Fight for Antiracist Education
Here at UCLA Law, we have been home to a nation-leading Critical Race Studies program for the last 20 years. And right now across the country, a firestorm over Critical Race Theory has exploded. New legislation bans ideas and research designed to com...

Ahilan Arulanantham: Searching for the North Star
July 2021: From inside the jails holding Muslim immigrants after 9/11, to courtrooms filled with unrepresented children fleeing violence in Central America, to the Supreme Court arguments challenging the prolonged imprisonment of immigrants, Ahilan A...

Hiroshi Motomura: Immigration 101
June 2021. Laws and policies affecting immigration, citizenship, and immigrants’ rights have become important to many areas of public interest law, especially in Southern California but also throughout the United States, with so many noncitizen cli...

Roundtable Debrief on the Cooley Oral Argument at the Supreme Court
April 29, 2021 Join our expert panel as we debrief on the U.S. Supreme Court’s oral arguments of U.S. v. Cooley regarding the extent of tribal police powers. Sponsored by the UCLA Law Native Nations Law and Policy Center

A Space for Everyone? Debating Online Platforms and Common Carriage Rules
Online platforms play a central role in modern public discourse. But while their moderation decisions can have a huge impact, there is often no recourse available to people or organizations who have their content or their accounts deleted. Concern ab...

UCLA Law School In-Person Graduation Recognition 2021
Celebrating the UCLA School of Law Class of 2021.

UCLA Law School Commencement 2021
Celebrating the UCLA School of Law Class of 2021.

Stop Asian Hate: A Discussion on Discrimination Against AAPI Communities
Stop Asian Hate: A Discussion on Discrimination Against AAPI Communities From the Front Lines : Discussion on the history and renewed surge of anti-AAPI violence in the US by panelists Stewart Kwoh, Hiroshi Motomura, Karen Umemoto and Dave Min, mod...

Growing the Intersectional Environmental Movement
Environmental Justice in the United States: Taking Stock under President Biden: Climate Justice in the U.S.: Growing the Intersectional Environmental Movement The national environmental movement has faced growing pressure to recognize that meaningfu...

Indigenous Lands and People: Sovereignty and the Sacred
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United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples:Tribal Implementation Toolkit
Launch Event! United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Tribal Implementation Toolkit Monday, April 12, 2021 The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is a standard-setting document that recognizes that Indigenous ...

The Search for Equity
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Air Pollution, Fenceline Communities, Racism
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Levy Fellow: Jullian Harris-Calvin’s "Putting It All Together"
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The Equal Rights Amendment in 2021 and the Gender Divide
UCLA Law’s webinar series “From the Front Line” hosted “The Equal Rights Amendment in 2021 and the Gender Divide” on March 30, 2021. Panelists: Emily Martin, Katherine Spillar, Julie Suk, and guest moderator KPCC’s Libby Denkmann.

Emmett Reviving Rationality
Reviving Rationality: Emmett Institute Book Talk with Michael Livermore and Richard Revesz Wednesday, March 17, 2021 In  Reviving Rationality: Saving Cost-Benefit Analysis for the Sake of the Environment and Our Health(Oxford), law professors...

United States v. Cooley: Threats to Tribal Police Power and Native Governance
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McGirt v. Oklahoma: Reflections on a Landmark Case and What We’ve Learned So Far
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Mine! How the Hidden Rules of Ownership Control Our Lives with James Salzman and Michael Heller
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Center for Immigration Law and Policy, Prof. Hiroshi Motomura for Kellogg Fdn., Racial Equity 2030
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Levy Fellow: Marbre Stahly-Butts’ Lawyering for Liberation: Movement Lawyering & Black Lives Matter
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Making Climate History at the Supreme Court: Emmett Institute Book Talk with Richard Lazarus
Making Climate History at the Supreme Court: Emmett Institute Book Talk with Richard Lazarus March 3, 2021

Master of Legal Studies Journalist Student Panel
Learn more about how the UCLA Law M.L.S. Program can advance your career in journalism and reporting directly from current students working in the journalism industry. Request an application at https://www.uclalawmls.org/apply.

Master of Legal Studies Application Tips August 2021
Learn more about the UCLA Law M.L.S. Program and whether it may be the right fit for you. For more general information on the M.L.S. program, visit https://youtu.be/i6zav9xG4DE. Request an application at https://www.uclalawmls.org/apply.

Master of Legal Studies Information Session August 2021
Learn more about the UCLA Law M.L.S. Program and whether it may be the right fit for you. For more on M.L.S. application procedures and requirements, visit https://youtu.be/gAoNTWEql70. Request an application at https://www.uclalawmls.org/apply

UCLA Law’s Service Learning Trip to Dilley, TX
UCLA School of Law students and Professor Ingrid Eagly speak of their experience volunteering with the Dilley Pro Bono Project (now known as Proyecto Dilley) to assist asylum seekers through a UCLA School of Law-funded service learning trip.

Property and Power: Redressing Racial Injustices in Los Angeles County and Beyond
Last summer’s racial reckoning gave new urgency to longstanding conversations about reparations and pathways to creating a more equitable society. Join Dean Jennifer L. Mnookin for this special conversation with Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice...

Challenges in IT Law and Governance
On Friday, February 19, 2021, the AI Pulse project hosted a web conversation on current issues in IT Governance with Congressman Ro Khanna, a leading progressive thinker on a wide range of law and technology issues in the United States Congress. Join...

Center for Immigration Law and Policy, Prof. Hiroshi Motomura for Kellogg Fdn, Racial Equity 2030
Hiroshi Motomura, Susan Westerberg Prager Distinguished Professor of Law Inaugural Faculty Co-Director, Center for Immigration Law and Policy at UCLA School of Law

Violent Extremism at Home: America's Emerging Threat
January 6 brought to light what many had been warning of for years – the emergence of organized homegrown violent extremism. While observers have tracked the growth of extremist groups over the past two decades, the attempted insurrection has broug...

Does the Government Have the Right to Control Content Moderation Decisions?
Panelists: Eric Goldman, Santa Clara University School of Law Eugene Volokh, UCLA School of Law Moderator: Leeza Arbatman, UCLA School of Law February 11, 2021 As private entities, social media platforms are not bound by the First Amendment, an...

Equal Justice? Protest, Insurrection, and the Law
The insurrection in early January left many commentators immediately drawing comparisons to the Black Lives Matter protests in 2020. This oversimplification brought to light the question about how the law and law enforcement approaches race and civil...

The Second Impeachment of Donald Trump: A Discussion
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The Future of Internet Speech: How Online Content Shapes Offline Events
Panel Discussion: The Future of Internet Speech: How Online Content Shapes Offline Events Panelists: Rebecca MacKinnon, Ranking Digital Rights Mohammad Tajsar, ACLU of Southern California Moderator: Alex Alben, UCLA School of Law ...

Master of Legal Studies Entertainment & Media Law Student Panel
Learn more about the value of the M.L.S. Program and entertainment offerings directly from current students pursuing the Entertainment & Media Law specialization. UCLA Law's M.L.S. Program: https://law.ucla.edu/mls

Master of Legal Studies Employment & Human Resources Law Student Panel
Learn more about the value of the M.L.S. Program and its employment and HR law offerings directly from current students pursuing the Employment & Human Resources Law specialization. UCLA Law's M.L.S. Program: https://law.ucla.edu/mls

Native Nations Rising: Progress and Promise
The 2020 national election saw a record number of Indigenous and Native American law makers elected to congress and long overdue recognition of the power of the Native American vote in swing states like Arizona and Wisconsin. While this sudden spotli...

The Filter Bubble: What’s the Problem, and What (if anything) Should Be Done About It?
Friday, November 6, 2020 Social media and other online information sources are charged with creating “filter bubbles”: sheltered clusters of people with similar views, which foster polarized opinions and partisan zeal, degrade civility, and des...

UCLA Law's 2020 Public Service Challenge – Message from Congressman Adam Schiff
UCLA School of Law has officially launched our inaugural public service challenge! Please join us to learn how we can make a difference together. In this video, you’ll hear from various members of our southern California community, including the LA...

UCLA Law's 2020 Public Service Challenge – Message from Supervisor Hilda L. Solis
UCLA School of Law has officially launched our inaugural public service challenge! Please join us to learn how we can make a difference together. In this video, you’ll hear from various members of our southern California community, including the LA...

UCLA Law's 2020 Public Service Challenge – Message from Sonni Waknin, UCLA's Voting Rights Project
UCLA School of Law has officially launched our inaugural public service challenge! Please join us to learn how we can make a difference together. In this video, you’ll hear from various members of our southern California community, including the LA...

UCLA Law's 2020 Public Service Challenge – Message from LA Sparks
UCLA School of Law has officially launched our inaugural public service challenge! Please join us to learn how we can make a difference together. In this video, you’ll hear from various members of our southern California community, including the LA...

UCLA Law's 2020 Public Service Challenge – Message from Terry Lewis
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UCLA Law's 2020 Public Service Challenge – Message from Mayor Michael Tubbs
UCLA School of Law has officially launched our inaugural public service challenge! Please join us to learn how we can make a difference together. In this video, you’ll hear from various members of our southern California community, including the LA...

UCLA Law's 2020 Public Service Challenge – Message from Chenelta
UCLA School of Law has officially launched our inaugural public service challenge! Please join us to learn how we can make a difference together. In this video, you’ll hear from various members of our southern California community, including the LA...

Public Service Challenge Launch Celebration
UCLA School of Law has officially launched our inaugural public service challenge! Please join us to learn how we can make a difference together. In this video, you’ll hear from various members of our southern California community, including the LA...

Whose Streets? Building Safe Communities For All - Streets
Whose Streets? Building Safe Communities For All Session 1: Street | Monday, October 19, 2020 In this first session, we will examine to what extent neighborhood-driven safety models could replace the police's most visible activity—street-level ...

UCLA Law 2020 Public Service Challenge
UCLA School of Law is proud to announce our inaugural Public Service Challenge from October 30th to November 3rd. UCLA Law will not have class on Election Day, November 3rd, and encourages all students, alumni, faculty, and staff to engage in public ...

Addressing the Challenges of Content Moderation
October 16, 2020 Under the simplest framing, the content moderation challenges facing companies such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube boil down to drawing a line between acceptable and unacceptable content. But that framing masks a more complex se...

Indigenous Representation in Political Systems
Red Rising: Indigenous Peoples and Political Participation Series: Indigenous Representation in Political Systems October 15, 2020 Representation is a core remedy for invisibility. This notably all-female panel will explore the barriers facing Indi...

Master of Legal Studies Full-Time Student Panel
Learn more about the M.L.S. Program's unique features, offerings, and student experience directly from current full-time students.

Master of Legal Studies Part-Time Student Panel
Learn more about the M.L.S. Program's unique features, offerings, and student experience directly from current part-time students.

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
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Whither the Court
Whither the Court is UCLA Law's Allan C. Lebow Annual Supreme Court Review. Watch this annual event where we review the Supreme Court's most recent term, examine trends in constitutional law, and preview the Court's upcoming cases, all with an eye on...

The Brinternet: A Conversation with Futurist and SF Author David Brin
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Celebrating the Life of a Legal Giant
Join Dean Jennifer Mnookin for a special conversation about the life and legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Our distinguished panel of faculty and judges will take a closer look at Justice Ginsburg’s historic tenure on the Supreme Court, her ti...

Is Big Tech Too Big?
September 18, 2020 Panel Discussion: Is Big Tech Too Big? Companies such as Facebook, Amazon, and Google have been extraordinarily successful in building a large base of users and in acquiring market share. But are they too big? To explore this ...

The Execution of Lezmond Mitchell: Disdain for Life and Sovereignty
Join Native Nations Law & Policy Center and Critical Race Studies for Red Rising: Indigenous Peoples and Political Participation Series: The Execution of Lezmond Mitchell: Disdain for Life and Sovereignty Date: Thursday, September 17, 2020 On Au...

McGirt v. Oklaho ma: A Mvskoke Triumph
Join Native Nations Law & Policy Center and Critical Race Studies for Red Rising: Indigenous Peoples and Political Participation Series: McGirt v. Oklahoma: A Mvskoke Triumph Date: Wednesday, September 9, 2020 On July 9, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Co...

A Conversation with Manhattan D.A. Cyrus Vance, Jr.
Watch UCLA Law Dean Jennifer L. Mnookin in conversation with Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. about the evolving nature of prosecutions and criminal justice.

UCLA Law Alumni Association Welcomes the Class of 2023
Members of the UCLA Law Alumni Association Board welcome our newest Bruins with some words of wisdom.

19th Amendment at 100: The Struggle for Voting Rights in America
August 18th marks the one hundredth anniversary of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, which guaranteed women the right to vote. Join us for a conversation as we reflect on this landmark legislation and how the struggle for voting rights and pro...

Are We There Yet? LGBTQ Rights and the Bostock Decision
On June 15 the Supreme Court, in a 6-3 ruling, stated that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects employees against discrimination because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Watch our distinguished panel as we take a closer l...

Kate Fort on Indian Child Welfare Act Constitutionality and Litigation Trends
UCLA School of Law Tribal Legal Development Clinic Brown Bag Lunch Series MAY 29, 2020 Indian Child Welfare Act Constitutionality and Litigation Trends Kate Fort, Director, Indian Law Clinic, Michigan State University College of Law Moderated by...

Geneva E. B. Thompson on Intersection of Cultural Resource and Environmental Protection
UCLA School of Law Tribal Legal Development Clinic Brown Bag Lunch Series JUNE 19, 2020 Intersection of Cultural Resource and Environmental Protection Geneva E. B. Thompson, Associate General Counsel, Yurok Tribe Moderated by: Angela R. Riley, D...

Riyaz Kanji and Matthew L.M. Fletcher on McGirt Debrief
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Kristen Carpenter on Implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
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Derrick Beetso and Fatima Abbas on Advocating for Indian Country: Policy & Litigation
UCLA School of Law Tribal Legal Development Clinic Brown Bag Lunch Series JULY 10, 2020 Advocating for Indian Country: Policy & Litigation Derrick Beetso, General Counsel and Fatima Abbas, Director of Policy and Legislative Counsel, National Congr...

Ethel Branch on Navajo and Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund
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After the Supreme Court's DACA Decision: What's Next?
UCLA Law Dean Mnookin hosts this webinar with Professor Jennifer Chacon, Professor Hiroshi Motomura, and Daniel Sharp of CARECEN to address the implications of the Supreme Court's recent decision regarding DACA.

Racial Inequality and Policing: What's the Law got to do with it?
In this webinar hosted by Dean Jennifer Mnookin, Professor E. Tendayi Achiume, Professor Devon Carbado and Professor Joanna Schwartz discuss the impact of the law on Racial Inequality and Policing.

Eric Goldman and Jess Miers on Section 230 and Content Moderation
Eric Goldman and Jess Miers on Section 230 and Content Moderation (June 19, 2020) Eric Goldman is a professor of law at Santa Clara University School of Law, where he also co-directs the High Tech Law Institute and supervises the Privacy Law Certif...

UCLA Law School Commencement 2020 Post Event
Celebrating the UCLA Law School Class of 2020!

UCLA Law School Commencement 2020
Celebrating UCLA Law's Class of 2020

Jay Leno Commencement Congratulations 2020
Jay Leno Gives a shoutout to the UCLA School of Law Class of 2020 and alum Ken Ziffren '65.

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