About UCLA Law
A world-class legal education at a great public university
Founded in 1949, UCLA School of Law is the youngest of the top-ranked law schools in the U.S. Its faculty are influential teachers and scholars, and its 22,000-plus alumni are leaders in government, industry, social justice and the legal profession. The school offers students a strong foundation in the law and practical training in a collaborative, intellectually rich environment.
Profiles of the dean of UCLA School of Law and other members of the school's leadership team.
Faculty and Research
Bios of UCLA School of Law faculty, including the courses they teach and their scholarly publications.
A history of UCLA School of Law.
Degrees and Specializations
Information about the different degrees and specializations available to UCLA School of Law students.
A complete list of UCLA School of Law courses and instructors, including detailed course descriptions.
Areas of Focus
Information about areas of the law in which UCLA Law offers exceptional expertise and opportunities.
Centers of Excellence
Information about UCLA Law's array of centers, programs and institutes dedicated to specific areas of law.
Easy-to-digest information offering a snapshot of UCLA School of Law.
Alumni and Giving
Information on ways to connect to and support UCLA School of Law.