Areas of Focus

International & Comparative Law

International legal authorities play an essential role in regulating trade, enforcing human rights and spreading the rule of law in an increasingly connected world.

UCLA Law offers an exceptional program in international law, led by the school’s International & Comparative Law Program and the Promise Institute for Human Rights. Outstanding scholars in fields from human rights to comparative constitutional law and international trade teach traditional courses and offer opportunities to engage in hands-on clinics and international trial competitions that allow students to hone their skills while interacting with global leaders in the field. J.D. and LL.M. students may seek a specialization in International and Comparative Law.

Human Rights

Taking Action at the United Nations

Through her official work for the Human Rights Council, Professor E. Tendayi Achiume reports on global intolerance and racism, making students a key part of her endeavors.

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