In-Depth Impact

The centers and institutes at UC Irvine School of Law provide in-depth focus and programs in specific areas of law.
 
The centers forge partnerships in Asia as well as locally in Southern California to share ideas and sponsor further research.
Panel at conference on pesticides

Center for Land, Environment, and Natural Resources

The center seeks to make UCI Law a nationally recognized site for scholarship, education, community outreach and public engagement on environmental, natural resources and land use law.

Students at Critical Race Theory Symposium

Center on Law, Equality and Race

The center was created with the goal of promoting greater racial equality through research, education, and advocacy.

CLSC faculty-students

Center in Law, Society and Culture

The center brings together UCI faculty and graduate students who share interests in law, society, and culture, and sponsors collaborative research projects. UCI Law Prof. Catherine Fisk is co-director.

In-House Counsel panel discussion

Center for Corporate Legal Leadership

The Center for Corporate Legal Leadership (CCLL) will provide top-quality practical training opportunities for in-house counsel, aspiring in-house counsel and the outside counsel who advise businesses.

ICFV Steering Committee meets

UCI Interdisciplinary Center on Family Violence

This center unites community partners with faculty from 20 UC Irvine departments to be the premier site for research, education, clinical care, and community collaboration on family violence prevention and intervention.

Dean Chemerinsky meeting with Korean court officials

Korea Law Center

The mission of the Korea Law Center is to promote practical solutions to problems arising at the intersection of U.S. and Korean law.

Jack Hsu introduces Long Institute speaker

The U.S.-China Institute

The John S. and Marilyn Long U.S.-China Institute for Business and Law is designed to be a premier research entity that will forge ties between the U.S. and China.