UCI’s Pre-Law Outreach Program aims to encourage, recruit disadvantaged undergrads.
Some are working in a clinic to investigate violations of Verizon workers’ rights in a class-action lawsuit.
Compendium of scholarly articles focuses on innovation in legal education.
UCI law students have joined efforts to help Iraqi refugees trapped in a legal limbo. The displaced can’t go home again, but resettling in the U.S. or another welcoming country can take months or years of complicated paperwork.
March 4 symposium highlights how citizens have partnered with scientists, politicians and bureaucrats to protect public access to the coast and ensure its continued health.
Amid the riot of books, papers, student exams, posters and paraphernalia in John Dombrink’s office at UC Irvine, one thing stands out: little yellow sticky notes he’s tacked onto a row of file drawers labeled “sin.” Dombrink — who once considered the priesthood before finding his true calling — specializes in sin. The professor of criminology, […]
New law school venue lets students argue current legal issues in an authentic environment.
Justin Richland, associate professor of criminology, law & society, anthropology and law, knew early on that he didn’t want a typical career. He found his niche in the Native American legal system.
In the past year, UC Irvine students, staff and faculty have stepped up in the face of continuing budget challenges and fee increases with innovation, drive and talent. The result? Research breakthroughs, national honors, global outreach, sports firsts – even a Guinness world record. Here are some top 2010 stories.
UC Irvine Chancellor Michael Drake welcomes students, faculty and staff to the fall 2010 quarter with a message on leadership excellence.