Law and Philosophy Specialization Information Session

April 12, 2024 12:15 PM - 1:00 PM

Please RSVP to this form by Monday, April 8 at noon if you would like a lunch.

The Law and Philosophy Program at UCLA offers law students a curriculum in theoretical reasoning about the law as well as a series of intellectual events throughout the year. 

It also offers students in their second and third years the opportunity to earn a Law and Philosophy specialization and a special notation on their transcript.  We are the only law school in the country to offer students this opportunity.  Through a four-course program of coursework and independent studies, members of the program supplement their more doctrinal courses with sustained theoretical inquiries into the foundations of law and of specific substantive areas.  Pursuing the specialization may lend greater depth to your legal education and improve your writing and argumentation skills. 

Join Professor and Law and Philosophy Co-Director Seana Shiffrin and additional faculty for a discussion of our curriculum and the specialization in room 2448 Friday, April 12 from 12:15-1:00pm.

 Questions? Email Ben Austin  

We hope to see you there!