Diversity and inclusion are fundamental to the School of Law’s role as a leading public law school in one of the most diverse cities in the world. Some of the School’s specific goals include creating an inclusive and supportive law school community; engaging in critical discourse about legal and social issues within the law which are often avoided or suppressed; developing professional identity; and enhancing cultural sensibility to equip students with the tools necessary to effectively practice in an increasingly diverse world. The School of Law accomplishes these goals by bringing together members of the law school community with diverse backgrounds and perspectives to consider meaningful issues. This collaborative approach is designed to appeal to students, faculty, staff and alumni through a variety of platforms.

For more information, please visit the UCLA School of Law EDI page.

Last updated
January 3, 2024