Disability Law Journal at UCLA

Mission: The Disability Law Journal at UCLA (DLJ) focuses on current topics in disability law and related fields. The DLJ seeks to develop a discourse regarding disability law by publishing articles; editorials; and interviews of practitioners, academics, policymakers, and other members of the disability law community. The DLJ also seeks to recognize the contributions to the field of disability law made by scholars before the establishment of the DLJ, and we do so by republishing relevant scholarship as necessary. The ultimate mission of the DLJ is to create a repository of disability law scholarship.

DLJ staff with former Congressman Tony Coelho. (L-R) Vivian Delchamps, Sunney Poyner, Congressman Coelho, David Koller, and James Darling.

DLJ staff with former Congressman Tony Coelho. (L-R) Vivian Delchamps, Sunney Poyner, Congressman Coelho, David Koller, and James Darling.

News
See All
Jul 26, 2021

Laura Gomez on Anti-immigrant rhetoric, in the Boston Globe

Read More
Jul 26, 2021

Ziffren Institute, UCLA Law Welcome New Faculty Director McKenna

Read More