Law

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Minority homebuyers face widespread statistical lending discrimination

A study of mortgage lending finds African American and Latino borrowers continue to be charged higher interest rates.

Viridiana Chabolla stands in a courtroom, smiles

Her dream? To call the US home

Viridiana Chabolla, DACA recipient and law student, felt defeated by the 2017 rescission of the program — until she joined the lawsuit challenging it.

Refugees in Greece

New website amplifies refugee voices amid immigration crackdowns

Researchers map the perilous ordeals of thousands of displaced people through personal stories.

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Trump and Sessions can end immigrant family separations without Congress’ help

Current immigration laws give the executive branch considerable discretion.

UC Berkeley Saru Jayaraman

The problem with tips

Ninety percent of women in tipped service jobs experience sexual harassment. Can Saru Jayaraman change it?

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Canada's landmark ruling against solitary confinement

Psychology professor Craig Haney provided the scientific foundation for the court's sweeping decision.

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Veterans gain vital legal aid through new UCLA Law clinic

Students help veterans gain access to benefits and address criminal justice issues.

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UC President Napolitano talks public service with UCLA Law students

'If not you, then who?' UC head asks, encouraging students to pursue work benefitting the public good.

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UC President Napolitano reaffirms university policies on sexual harassment and violence

UC's systemwide policies and procedures remain in full effect despite changes in Title IX guidance at the federal level.

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Undocumented programs offer students a lifeline in an uncertain era

Support services established across all UC campuses are offering critical resources.

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