UCI Law hosted its annual Student Life & Pro Bono Awards on April 12, celebrating UCI Law students’ pro bono and leadership work, and honoring the supervisors and supporters who assist the students. The Class of 2018 completed more than 10,000 hours of pro bono during their time at UCI Law, and 95 percent of the class participated in pro bono! (Link to story in bio!)
Admitted Students Weekend was a blast! Check out our photo album for more 📸 (link in bio)
Congratulations to Melissa Adams (3L) who received an award for leadership at the inaugural Latino Excellence & Achievement Dinner last week! Prof. Camacho helped plan the event.
Prof. Stoever and students in the UCI Law Domestic Violence Clinic visited Beckman High School yesterday for a Youth Action Forum presentation on #MeToo
Guilty or not guilty? That is the question. Congratulations to L. Song Richardson, Erwin Chemerinsky and Hon. Andrew Guilford for a fantastic mock trial performance last night. Thank you to all who attended The Hamlet Trial! (Livestream link in bio)
Prof. Weinstein interviewed Prof. Hasen on his new book on Justice Scalia for the UCI Law Guest Speaker Series yesterday. (Livestream link in bio)
Students Bianca Valencia (2L), Andrea Levenson (3L), Rochelle Rotea (3L) in the UCI Law Criminal Justice Clinic successfully participated in its first Certificate of Rehabilitation hearings in Orange County Superior Court, winning the court orders for their clients. (Story link in bio)
Did somebody say donut wall?! UCI Law Admissions Ambassadors helping out at Admitted Students Weekend
Great to see alumni Denisha McKenzie, Tracey Steele, and Christina Zabat-Fran today at UCI Law!
Alumni Kelly Galligan and Kristin Garcia visited UCI Law to teach our students about the importance of networking for your career #soUCILaw
Kalpana Kotagal, a partner at Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC and co-author of the “Inclusion Rider” contractual clause, will deliver the keynote address at UCI Law’s 2018 commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 12. (Link in bio)
UCI Law students Emily Satifka, Sarah Mikosz, and Peter Alter share their experience helping a Sudanese refugee through IRAP. (Link in bio)