UCLA clemency students

UCLA law students win clemency for man serving life sentence for nonviolent drug offense

President Obama commutes sentence based on a petition developed by students.

UCLA health sisters

Sisters become doctors, lawyers after childhood of farm labor

Five first-generation students earn degrees and pursue a life of public service through UC.

Berkeley Law transcript article

Entrepreneurship: Open for business at Berkeley Law

The UC Berkeley-Silicon Valley connection is fostering the next generation of startup lawyers.

UCSF Oliver Bishop

Free to be he, she, they

UCSF’s pioneering Child and Adolescent Gender Center is helping a growing number of families with gender identity.

Tom K. Wong UC San Diego

From Riverside’s Casa Blanca to the White House

A UC San Diego professor discusses his journey from undocumented to White House policy adviser on immigration.

The curiosity and controversy over GMOs: Q&A with Ted Parson

UCLA professor of environmental law will moderate a panel discussion on the environmental, social and health impacts of GMO foods.

UCSF health law

Innovative master's program to meld health and law launched

New UCSF-UC Hastings online degree helps graduates resolve policy dilemmas in the health care system.

UC San Diego graduate student researcher

UC graduate schools rate highly in U.S. News rankings

In each discipline, all or nearly all UC graduate schools were ranked.

UCLA School of Law

Q&A with Michael Roberts

The Resnick Program for Food Law and Policy at the UCLA School of Law is addressing key gaps, its founding executive director says.

UC Berkeley Herma Hill Kay

UC Berkeley law professor wins lifetime achievement award

Pioneer Herma Hill Kay is celebrated for her transformational advocacy in family law and contributions to legal education.

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