As you'll see from the links after the jump, we've written since the UC Irvine School of Law's opening in 2009 about critics who felt California did not need another law school and the world certainly did not need more lawyers. But the law school has soldiered on, becoming among the most respected i ... More >>
It's not exactly the American Bar Association, but the nation's other major group representing lawyers has just issued a report calling for an end to the U.S. war on weed. The National Lawyers Guild (NLG) has been around since 1937 and has taken on a host of causes over the years. Its new report on ... More >>
The dean of California political reporters, Dan Walters, didn't like the idea of UC Irvine opening a law school six years ago and, in his syndicated column Monday, expressed vindication for that view thanks to a Los Angeles Times story that reports several law school graduates can't find jobs while ... More >>
"Equal justice does not mean justice for the rich, for the powerful, for the privileged. . . . It means justice for everyone that lives in this country."-Stephen N. Zack, immediate past president of the American Bar Association and administrative partner at Boies, Schiller and Flexner LLP, during hi ... More >>
Dean ChemerinskyUC Irvine's School of Law was informed today that it has been granted provisional accreditation by the American Bar Association."The ABA's decision puts the official seal of approval on the hard work of scores of faculty, administrators, students, and supporters--both on campus ... More >>
Only a fraction of Mexicans get U.S. asylum.
UC Irvines William Thompson exposes the soft underbelly of ironclad DNA evidence
Homosexuality and justice in Orange County