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.

marcus lehman

UC rising stars make Forbes 30 Under 30 list

Forty with ties to the University of California recognized by the magazine as young leaders in their fields.

How law schools can improve food system inequities

As part of UC Global Food Initiative, Resnick Program for Food Law and Policy at UCLA School of Law has released a report on  the opportunity for law schools within UC and across the country to more visibly and holistically address food system injustices.

Clinton Terrell

Touched by Shakespeare in solitary confinement

The classics carried one young man from incarceration to academia.

LAPD officers

Predictive policing test substantially reduces crime

Results of months-long project in Los Angeles suggest method could succeed in cities worldwide.

Japanese American draft resisters at Tule Lake camp

Center shatters myth of 'quiet' Japanese Americans imprisoned in camps

Asian American Studies Center project collects evidence of resistance during the war years.

newlywed men hold hands

Williams Institute research played role in same-sex marriage decision

U.S. Supreme Court cites research by senior researcher.
Valerie Jenness

How the law works for law breakers

Book co-authored by social ecology dean sheds light on the inmate grievance process in California.
social security card

Rethinking the idea of Social Security numbers

Cyberattacks have raised questions about the use of Social Security numbers as universal identifiers. If we can't stop using them, what else can people do to fend off identity thieves?