The UCLA School of Law community generates numerous publications, including our alumni magazine, UCLA LAW, and the UCLA Law Review. We also have numerous student-edited journals on a wide range of topics. Additionally, our faculty are some of the most prolific in the nation, publishing a wide range of books, articles and chapters.

UCLA Law Magazine

UCLA LAW Magazine

UCLA LAW is the official alumni magazine of UCLA School of Law. The yearly publication features law school news and events, highlights the faculty and faculty scholarship, and includes updates on the ongoing achievements of our students and alumni.


UCLA Law E-newsletters 

The UCLA School of Law publishes a number of different  newsletters, including ones focused on the Clinical & Experiential Learning Programs, the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, the David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy, the International & Comparative Law Program, the Resnick Program for Food Law & Policy, faculty scholarship, and the Tax Law Program.


Journal of Scholarly Perspectives 

The Journal of Scholarly Perspectives was published annually from Summer 2005 through Fall 2014 and featured excerpts of academic articles published by UCLA School of Law faculty members. The publication provided a critical analysis of legal topics, including recent cases and developments in the law. See also: UCLA Law Faculty Highlights


The UCLA Law | Brief 

The Brief was a yearly newsletter published Spring 2011 through Spring 2015 that highlighted law school developments and events, student and alumni news, and faculty accomplishments and media coverage.




The alumni ebrief, published from June 2009 through September 2015, provided updates of UCLA Law news and recent and upcoming events.