Faculty by area of expertise - Criminal Law & Procedure
The UCLA Criminal Justice Law Review (CJLR) focuses on current topics in criminal law, policy, and practice. ...
Join us for the symposium sponsored by UCLA Law's Criminal Justice Program and Criminal Justice Law Review.
This course covers selected topics in substantive criminal law: principles underlying the definition of crime such as the requirements of actus ...
Courses with category Criminal Law and Procedure
This course explores the theory and substance of federal criminal law. Throughout the term, we visit the question of the proper role of the ...
The Transnational Program on Criminal Justice fosters research and discussion on issues of domestic, comparative, international and transnational criminal justice systems, and ...
law. Students will learn the sources of laws and ethical obligations that govern criminal legal practice and practice effective advocacy
This course is designed for students with an interest in the practice of criminal law. Specifically, this course will cover the major ...
Trial Advocacy related course (Civil, Criminal or Year-long) in their 2nd or 3rd year due to overlap in course content.This course explores
or reducing injustice both in individual cases and more broadly through law reform.
UCLA Law is a preeminent training ground for students committed to the practice of criminal law. Our rigorous ...
UCLA School of Law’s Criminal Defense Clinic (“CDC”) examines the role of the defense lawyer in the criminal justice process. ...
This course studies Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendment constitutional restraints on the activities of law enforcement officers during
; enforcement mechanisms of these crimes (including the International Criminal Court and transnational prosecutions); principles of international ...
The Criminal Justice Program at UCLA School of Law is the law school’s primary initiative in this area.
Connecting Art & Law for Liberation:
A Call to Action to End Mass Incarceration
On April 12-14, 2019, join visionary artists, activists, attorneys, advocates and legal scholars ...
This course will investigate the legal and policy implications of current topics in criminal law and procedure, including: civil asset forfeiture
The Part-time Criminal Practice Externship Seminar is intended to be experiential and serves as the companion course for law students enrolled
, direct appeals, and collateral review.This
course is designed to complement Law 202 ("Constitutional Criminal