The UCLA Law Review’s annual Symposium draws leading practitioners and scholars from across the nation to a forum where they exchange ideas on a topical issue of the day. Through the Symposium, we explore problems relevant to social groups that are represented in the current legal dialogue and to those that are not.
The 2019 Symposium, Latinos, Bias, and the Criminal Justice System, organized by Professor Devin Carbado, will take place on February 8, 2019, at the UCLA School of Law.
Held on February 2, 2018
Featuring keynote address by Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar, California Supreme Court
Each year, we give the panelists of our Symposium an opportunity to submit articles on the topic of the Symposium for publication in the UCLA Law Review. These articles are featured in the Symposium issue—usually the last, sixth issue of each volume.
- Vol. 64 (2017): Lawyers and Social Movements: Reimagining Theory and Practice
- Vol. 63 (2016): The Next Frontier in Federal Indian Law: Building on the Foundational Work of Carole E. Goldberg
- Vol. 62 (2015): Examining The Roots of Human Trafficking and Exploitation
- Vol. 61 (2014): Toward a Clean Energy Future: Powering Innovation with Law
- Vol. 60 (2013): Twenty-First Century Litigation: Pathologies and Possibilities
- Vol. 59 (2012): Overpoliced and Underprotected: Women, Race, and Criminalization
- Vol. 58 (2011): Criminal Law and Immigration Law: Defining the Outsider
- Vol. 57 (2010): Sexuality and Gender Law: Assessing the Field, Envisioning the Future
- Vol. 56 (2009): The Second Amendment and the Right to Bear Arms After D.C. v. Heller
- Vol. 55 (2008): Changing Climates: Adapting Law and Policy to a Transforming World
- Vol. 54 (2007): Constitutional Niches: The Role of Institutional Context in Constitutional Law
- Vol. 53 (2006): Emerging Issues in Class Action Law
- Vol. 52 (2005): Rethinking Redistribution: Tax Policy in an Era of Rising Inequality
- Vol. 51 (2004): Law and the Border