Law

Home is Here signs in crowd

DACA community braces for a Supreme Court ruling

Anxiety goes off the charts for the DACA community when the Supreme Court announces decisions. There are more humane ways to handle this, writes Regina Day Langhout.

Frances E.W. Harper, Harriet Tubman and Hallie Quinn Brown

An incomplete victory

The 100th anniversary of women's right to vote is coming up — but not all women benefited.

Rachel Ray with a client

A legal warrior for UC students: Q&A with attorney Rachel Ray

The UC Immigrant Legal Services Center has doubled its caseload with DACA under threat. Attorney Rachel Ray talks about how students can protect themselves.

UC students rally outside SCOTUS

As Supreme Court takes up DACA, UC students rally in support

Students braved poor weather to boost the spirits of those with fates in the balance as UC defended DACA recipients inside the court.

Chabolla in front of SCOTUS

‘Our futures are being tossed like a coin’

UC Irvine law student will be before the Supreme Court next week to fight for the right of others like her to work and pay taxes.

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UC takes DACA fight to the Supreme Court

The University of California will appear before the Supreme Court on Tuesday (Nov. 12), to fight for the future of nearly 700,000 young people who came to the U.S. as children.

Ginsburg at the Berkeley Law lecture

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg visits campus, inaugurates new lecture series

The iconic justice paid tribute to her late colleague Herma Hill Kay and reflected on the emergence of women in law.

The border wall

Thousands of asylum seekers left waiting at the US-Mexico border

 A new U.S. policy has left thousands waiting to request asylum in Mexican border cities since the summer of 2018.

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What's in a name?

New tool streamlines students' ability to express their preferred name, gender and orientation across campus.

Hands holding up a #MeToo sign

How has #MeToo changed the way we live?

A new study provides insight into three questions that are central to today’s media coverage of #MeToo.

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