International Law Centers

  • Globalization & Labor Standards

    The Globalization and Labor Standards (GALS) Project at UCLA is a multi-faceted project on international, transnational, and comparative labor issues. The cornerstone of the venture is an online annotated database of law review article that have appeared in law journals on issues of comparative labor standards and international labor rights.

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  • Health & Human Rights Law Project

    The Health and Human Rights Law Project endeavors to improve global health by using a framework grounded in international human rights law. With an emphasis on issues pertaining to sexuality, gender and HIV/AIDS, the Project empowers the next generation of trailblazers in the field.

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  • International & Comparative Law Program

    With an expansive faculty, a wealth of courses, seminars and clinics, prominent colloquia and symposia, highly regarded student-edited journals, international moot court opportunities, exciting student organizations and the strength and support of a cohesive global community, UCLA Law’s International and Comparative Law Program rivals any in the nation.

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  • Sanela Diana Jenkins Human Rights Project

    The Sanela Diana Jenkins Human Rights Project is a revolutionary initiative that identifies and pursues the most promising opportunities for addressing human rights issues around the globe. The project seeks to advance global justice and an understanding about human rights through interdisciplinary scholarship.

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  • Transnational Program on Criminal Justice

    The Transnational Program on Criminal Justice fosters research and discussion on issues of comparative, international and transnational criminal justice systems.

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