Business Law Student Orgs / Journals

  • The UCLA Business Law Association provides students interested in business law with stimulating opportunities to pursue their interests. Throughout the year, the Business Law Association puts on a number of exciting events to help connect UCLA Law students with attorneys, professors and other professionals within the business law field.

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  • The Cannabis Law Association strives to inform students about the legal market servicing the cannabis industry, including employment opportunities and developments in the cannabis industry. The Cannabis Law Association aims to help students network with attorneys and leaders in the cannabis industry to offer insight on the practical skills and knowledge required to navigate this rapidly evolving field.

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  • Nearly every person in the world wears clothing, and each piece of clothing has an impact. The Fashion and Beauty Law Association aims to connect the UCLA Law and fashion and beauty communities in order to foster discussion on the myriad legal issues implicated by the fashion and beauty industries.

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  • The Law and Blockchain Association provides students interested in blockchain technology opportunities to explore careers in the blockchain field and become involved in related scholarship. Throughout the year, the Law and Blockchain Association hosts engaging events to help UCLA Law students connect with attorneys, professors, venture partners, and startups within the blockchain ecosystem.

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  • The Law and Entrepreneurship Association ("LEA") promotes education, discussion, and career development for students interested in the intersection of law and entrepreneurship. We sponsor speakers and events that focus on topics unique to start-ups, emerging growth companies, and venture capital lawyers like early-stage corporate financing, working with entrepreneurs, and the intersection of law and technology.

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  • The Pacific Basin Law Journal (PBLJ) is considered the world's foremost journal focused on Pacific Rim issues. We are committed to publishing original, cutting-edge scholarship that significantly contributes to the study of this important region of the world, and we seek to enhance dialogue between U.S. and international scholars through our publications. Past issues have featured articles by leading scholars and practitioners on a range of international and comparative law topics, including human rights, constitutional law, criminal law, international trade, labor and employment, corporate governance, climate change, and intellectual property. The breadth and diversity of topics covered by the PBLJ make it one of the most exciting, informative, and authoritative student publications at UCLA School of Law.

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  • RELA's mission is introducing law students to the intersection between law and the real estate industry, and showing students the various roles that real estate plays in their lives and careers. With support from the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate, RELA works in cooperation with its sister group, the UCLA Anderson Real Estate Association, to expose law students to mentors as well as potential future clients or business partners. RELA also seeks to strengthen the connection between UCLA law students and the greater Los Angeles real estate community by engaging with social issues related to real estate.

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  • Our mission is to provide every UCLA Law student interested in pursuing a career in sports law the opportunity and resources to develop the foundation for their knowledge of and access to the field.

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  • TEPLA is a UCLA Law student-run organization whose purpose is to enhance the opportunities to learn about tax and estate planning law careers and academic resources. We sponsor educational events throughout the year with speakers, panels and workshops on topics related to tax and estate planning.

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