International Human Rights Clinic
The International Human Rights Clinic provides students with the opportunity to work on litigation cases that have broad effects beyond our borders.
This clinic focuses on international human rights litigation in U.S. courts, especially under the Alien Tort Statute (28 USC §1350). Students participate in the litigation of pending cases at the trial court and appellate levels, including strategy discussions, evaluation of claims, discovery, briefing and preparation for oral arguments.
In the News
- “UC Irvine Conference Focuses on Criminalization of Homelessness” - Voice of OC
- UCI Law students help attorney argue first case of new U.S. Supreme Court term - UCI Law feature
- “UCI Law School Professor and Students Fight for Nigerian Activists in U.S. Supreme Court” - OC Weekly
- “UCI Law students pitch in on U.S. Supreme Court case” (PDF) - Daily Journal
Director: Paul Hoffman