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UCLA Law Clinical Program Featured in Los Angeles Times and CBS 2 Stories on Recent Victory on Behalf of Taco Trucks


June 11, 2009 -- Students in UCLA School of Law's Clinical Program helped to overturn a Los Angeles ordinance that restricted the business of mobile food vendors - "taco trucks." The story is featured in a Los Angeles Times article and blog:

Gonzalez was represented by a group of attorneys and students from UCLA Law School's clinical program.

Ingrid Eagly, who supervised the law students, said a group of eight students worked on the case, which initially was heard by an administrative judge at the city's Department of Transportation and then appealed to Superior Court. No attorney for the city appeared at Friday's hearing, she said.

To read the entire article, click here.

To read the blog entry, click here.

CBS 2 also covered the story. To view the clip, please click here.