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.
UCLA Symposium 2022: Toward an Abolitionist Future
January 28 & 29th, 2022
UCLA Symposium 2021: Structural Inequality & the Law
February 5 & 6th, 2021
2020 Symposium: Transnational Legal Discourse on Race and Empire
January 31, 2020
2019 Symposium: Latinx Communities, Race, and the Criminal Justice System
Keynote by Professor Gerald López, UCLA School of Law
Held on February 8, 2019
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.