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What the court found was that the overcrowding was preventing the prison officials from delivering adequate medical and mental health care to prisoners," says Don Specter, the lead attorney for the Berkeley-based Prison Law Office, a penal reform
The column pointed out that the state already had 25 accredited law schools and the number of graduates taking the State Bar examination had been rising steadily to nearly 7,000 a year. It also cited a study by the California Postsecondary Education
Americans have become increasingly supportive of gay marriage over the last 30 years, and some believe that trend will carry over to the Supreme Court, which will hear arguments this week on two same-sex marriage cases. Attention is focused most
The head of UC Irvine's law school will fill a newly created faculty position leading the school's teaching and research on First Amendment law, the school announced Tuesday. Dean Erwin Chemerinsky will be the first Pryke Chair in First Amendment Law
The public is invited to the Town & Gown Winter Luncheon at the University Club at UCI on Feb. 28. Erwin Chemerinsky, the dean of UCI's law school, is the featured speaker. He will speak about the fall elections and the future of the Supreme Court...
Murder charges will be brought against Moses for killing an Egyptian who was beating a Hebrew slave, as recorded in the Jewish Torah and the Bible, at University Synagogue in Irvine. The special event, dubbed The People vs Moses: A Murder Trial,
The first graduating class of UC Irvine's law school posted a 90 percent pass rate on the state bar exam, putting it on pace to compete with the nation's most elite law schools, the school announced. During the exam's July 2012 administration, 46 out
Erwin Chemerinsky is dean and professor of law at the UC Irvine School of Law. The future of the Supreme Court is the forgotten issue in this year's presidential election . This is surprising and disturbing because a president's picks for the federal
The three-year-old School of Law at the University of California, Irvine ranks seventh among the top third of all law schools accredited by the American Bar Association for the scholarly impact of its law faculty, according to a study. The UCI law
As with many other commencements, Saturday's graduates strolled into the theater among cranky babies and teary-eyed parents. Some graduates blew kisses to family members; others high-fived friends...This was the first class to graduate from UC Irvine'