UCLA Law Review News


Welcome Volume 62 Staff!

The Board of Editors of the UCLA Law Review welcomes the new staff members who joined the Law Review over summer 2014!

Call for Submissions: Volume 62

The UCLA Law Review is seeking submissions for publication in Volume 62: Issues 1, 2, and 3; and for publication in its online component, Discourse.

Congratulations, Volume 62 Board!

The UCLA Law Review would like to congratulate the new Volume 62 Board who took office in February!

UCLA Law Review Scholar Forum: “Detention Without End?”

Trayvon Martin & Implicit Bias

Welcome Volume 61 Staff!

Call for Faculty Proposals for UCLA Law Review Symposium

UCLA Law Review Scholar Forum: "The New Investor"

Forthcoming Symposium [UPDATE]: Twenty-First Century Litigation: Pathologies and Possibilities A Symposium in Honor of Stephen Yeazell

The 2013-2015 Bernard A. and Lenore S. Greenberg Law Review Fellowship

Juvenile Justice Information Exchange Discusses Two Symposium Articles

UCLA Law Review Scholar Forum: “Prosecutors Hide, Defendants Seek: The Erosion of Brady Through the Defendant Due Diligence Rule”

Welcome, Volume 60 Staff!

2012-2013 Symposium: Twenty-First Century Litigation: Pathologies and Possibilities A Symposium in Honor of Stephen Yeazell

It is with great pleasure that we announce the 2012-2013 Symposium topic:

Twenty-First Century Litigation: Pathologies and Possibilities
A Symposium in Honor of Stephen Yeazell

We thank Professors Joanna Schwartz and Jennifer Mnookin for submitting the selected proposal that examines the state of modern civil litigation and, in so doing, celebrates the work of Professor Yeazell. He is the leading civil procedure scholar of his generation, having influenced countless scholars over his 35 year career. This Symposium will bring civil procedure and evidence scholars into constructive dialogue with one another and use Professor Yeazell’s work and interests as a springboard to look at critical issues in litigation as this new millennium moves forward.

We look forward to the continued support of the UCLA community to plan and implement this important event.

Please send any questions or comments to LRSymposium@lawnet.ucla.edu.