Visit Campus

We are pleased to offer law school tours and class visits for interested prospective students to learn more about UCLA Law. Law school tours are offered year-round and class visits are offered each fall and spring semester, excluding holidays or campus breaks. Both tours and class visits can be experienced either in person or virtually. Please see below for more information. Our office is available via email (admissions@law.ucla.edu) or by phone (310-825-2080) should you have any questions or need any assistance.

Please note, in-person opportunities will be available to prospective students subject to COVID-19 related requirements stated at the bottom of this page.

Law School Tours

Whether you attend in person or virtually, tours allow you to see the full range of what we offer and give you an opportunity to ask questions about the school from current students and/or admissions counselors. Tours generally run from approximately 45 minutes to one hour.

Spring 2024 Schedule

In Person
Mondays at 12:00 pm Pacific Time
Fridays at 12:15 pm Pacific Time

Virtual
Wednesdays at 12:00 pm Pacific Time

To sign up for a tour, please click here.
 

Class Visits

Experience UCLA Law from the perspective of a current student, whether you visit a class in person or observe virtually via livestream. Prospective students may attend up to one session of each course option.

Spring 2024 Schedule

In Person
Mondays:
Remedies from 10:35 - 11:50 am Pacific Time
If you try to sign up for the Monday class but find that it is full, please contact us at admissions@law.ucla.edu for another possible Monday course option.

Fridays:
Criminal Procedure: Investigations from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Pacific Time

Virtual
Thursdays:
Property from 9:00 - 10:15 am Pacific Time

To sign up for a class visit, please click here.

 

COVID-19 REQUIREMENTS FOR IN-PERSON VISITORS TO THE LAW SCHOOL

Attendees must comply with all UCLA COVID-19 safety protocols. Please see below for the most recent requirements.  

COVID-19 Symptom Self-Screening
Individuals are asked to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms and not come to campus if symptoms are present.

Face Coverings/Masks
Universal indoor masking is strongly encouraged but not required. Outdoor masking is also optional.

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