The courses listed below include live-client clinics in which students undertake representation of real clients under faculty supervision; simulation-based courses in which students develop skills by participating in simulated problems of varying levels of complexity, often using volunteers from the UCLA witness program to act as clients, witnesses or jurors; and courses that combine of simulation-based teaching with field-placement programs in which students represent real clients. You can access a particular course description by clicking on the designated title. Some courses are listed under more than one practice area.

FIRST YEAR

UPPER DIVISION


Litigation Practice

Public Interest Practice

Environmental Law

Dispute Resolution

Transactional Practice