The region’s leading civil rights experts, practitioners, and law enforcement officials will discuss Section 1983 litigation, including basic concepts, strategies, defenses and developing law.Find out more »
The year 2014 marks the 60th anniversary of the landmark civil rights decision, Brown v. Board of Education, and the Law Review at the University of La Verne College of Law has chosen to honor the occasion by sponsoring a symposium, “Brown v. Board of Education at 60: Cause Lawyering for a New Generation“.Find out more »
The 2015 University of La Verne Law Review Symposium will examine contemporary issues in California water law and policy.
The symposium features scholars, government leaders, attorneys, and experts on water-related issues. Our four panels will explore the impact of the drought, new water-related legislation, contemporary approaches to water allocation, and socio-cultural issues related to water. Please see (the symposium schedule) for the full list of speakers.Find out more »
The University of La Verne Law Review invites you to join us for an important conversation among scholars for this year’s symposium on The Realities of Mass Incarceration in America Today, with keynote speaker Bryan A. Stevenson.Find out more »
The Law Review will be hosting their Annual Law Review Symposium centering around issues with the border. There will be three panels. They are Illicit Activities: Effects on the Boarder, Immigration: Law, Policy, and Civil Rights, Economics of the Border: A Dual Perspective. The keynote speaker will be Thomas A. Saenz, President and General Counsel, MALDEF.Find out more »