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October 31, 2014 -- The Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy will host a Business Law Breakfast on November 7th. The event will feature a presentation by Texas A&M...
October 31, 2014 -- Professor Kal Raustiala has co-authored an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times on recent lawsuits filed by Manuel Noriega and Lindsay Lohan against video game makers...
October 23, 2014 – Early career and mid-career salaries for UCLA Law alumni ranked fourth among the nation’s law schools, according to PayScale’s 2014-2015 College Salary Report...
October 27, 2014 – Should Edward Snowden go to trial in the U.S., Professor Norman Abrams explains to a Washington Post op-ed writer what that trial would involve.
October 24, 2014 – Professor Hiroshi Motomura’s report on past U.S. presidents using executive powers on immigration to address humanitarian crises or stalled legislation was cited...
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