International Justice Project


IJP Recruitment Flyer

Mission: The International Justice Project (IJP) is an extracurricular clinic at the UCLA School of Law. IJP students provide legal research and analysis for human rights organizations in need of assistance in the United States and around the world. In addition to providing a service to human rights organizations, IJP affords law students an opportunity to gain experience in human rights law and develop the skills necessary to become an effective human rights advocate.

If you are a human rights lawyer or organization interested in working with IJP, please consult the Partner Organization Information document below, and contact The IJP Presidents, or one of our Advisors, will get back to you soon.

IJP - Partner Organization Information

We are looking for passionate and dedicated students to be a part of our teams. Our application is due on September 1 by 11:59 pm.

IJP - Roster of Officers

Advisors: Jessica Peake, Director, International and Comparative Law Program
Presidents: Kristi Ueda and Rachel Samec

Related Information

International Human Rights Area of Focus 

International Law Area of Focus

International and Comparative Law Specialization

International Human Rights Law Association

Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs