UC Law Schools Orchestrate 2-Day Civil Rights Conference

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The four University of California law schools—Berkeley School of Law, UCLA School of Law, UC Davis School of Law, and UC Irvine School of Law—have created "Civil Rights in the 21st Century," as a call to students and young lawyers to public-service law work in areas ranging from immigration to water rights to police accountability.

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  • Joan A. Jernegan

    Wish the article had made clear that this event is being held in Los Angles, and provided a link to the website. trustevent.com/templates/index.cfm?fuseaction=templates.home&eid=2721

  • Joan A. Jernegan

    Wish the article had made clear that this event is being held in Los Angles, and provided a link to the website. trustevent.com/templates/index.cfm?fuseaction=templates.home&eid=2721

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