Criminal Justice Society

Mission: The UCLA Criminal Justice Society (CJS) is a student group that strives to advance justice within the criminal law system. We will do this by promoting criminal law dialogue, practice, reform, policy, scholarship and career development at UCLA. We seek to promote a critical examination of the criminal justice system through the participation of an inclusive community of individuals who want to engage with criminal law. Though our members' backgrounds and political ideologies may vary, we are all committed to increasing the presence of criminal law at UCLA and creating a forum for UCLA School of Law students to contribute to criminal law practice, reform, scholarship and policymaking.

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Apr 12, 2021

UCLA Center for Immigration Law and Policy to Host 3-Day Virtual Conference: Immigration Policy in the Biden Administration - The First 100 Days and Beyond

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Apr 03, 2021

Beth Colgan Is Quoted in the LA Times on a Fourth Amendment Matter

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