Swethaa Ballakrishnen first full-time UCI Law professor to receive NSF grant

Funding will support project to research diversity and networking in law school

Critical race theory, explained

In video series, 5 UCI scholars share answers to common questions

At the 9/11 Memorial at New York City’s rebuilt World Trade Center, a rose adorns the edge of a reflecting pool. The effects of that day’s terrorist attacks are still being felt 20 years later.

How 9/11 changed America

UCI scholars offer insights into how the terrorist attacks continue to impact health, travel, politics and the media

UCI Law launches Fair Elections and Free Speech Center

Center will be a driving force to ensure fair elections, vibrant and free debate, and the rule of law in the digital age

UCI experts produce guide for defense attorneys fighting use of rap lyrics in trials

First Amendment rights and racism intersect in criminal cases involving musicians

UC Shakespeare Trial – ‘Julius Caesar’

Is Brutus guilty of high crimes?

Elizabeth Cauffman, professor of psychological science

Making juvenile justice more just

Innovative O.C. Young Adult Court gives youthful offenders a second chance

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UCI Podcast: New in-prison bachelor’s degree to transform lives

UCI LIFTED initiative will help lower recidivism rates through higher education

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UCI Podcast: Undoing Trump’s environmental regulation rollbacks

Alex Camacho discusses ways the Biden administration can advance its environmental agenda.

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UCI Podcast: How Amy Coney Barrett could reshape the Supreme Court

[soundcloud url= /] With just weeks to go before the election, the Senate has launched confirmation hearings for President Trump’s nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, Judge Amy Coney Barrett. Conservatives have praised her judicial approach, while liberals are worried that she could contribute to undoing the gains they’ve made on social issues in recent […]