UCLA Law Review Symposium 2024: Call for Proposals
The UCLA Law Review is excited to open submissions for the Volume 71 UCLA Law Review 2024 Symposium. This Symposium aims to provide a platform for scholarly discourse that critically examines the ways in which the law intersects with and perpetuates injustice.
We invite scholars and practitioners to submit proposals that challenge conventional legal wisdom and provide insights towards effecting change. Topics we will prioritize include, but are not limited to: racial inequities broadly, housing, environmental and energy justice, discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, economic inequality, disability rights and accessibility, indigenous rights and sovereignty, workers’ rights, and surveillance and policing. We encourage submissions to be bold in their vision and transformative in their mission.
The Symposium will be held over a to be determined Friday and Saturday between the end of January and mid-February. We are planning for the Symposium to be in person. Submissions are open to UCLA Law faculty, co-sponsors who are able to partner with at least one sponsor from UCLA Law School, or applicants amenable to working with a UCLA Law faculty co-sponsor.
This application will be open until April 30, 2023 at 11:59pm. We will contact you if you are selected for an interview by the end of May. We will send an update if this timeline changes.
If you have any questions, or have difficulty with the submission form, please email Adam de Monet and Aleja Cretcher at LRSymposium@lawnet.ucla.edu.