UC Berkeley Law School - Boalt Hall 215 Boalt Hall, Berkeley, CA94720 Boalt Hall is one of America's most selective law schools, enrolling 287 of its 8,313 applicants last year. It is also…More one of the most diverse, representing 27 birthplace countries, with 54 percent of the class of 2013 being people of color. The school is in the midst of a major capital and intellectual expansion, adding a wing on its south side to better house the law library and expanding its research centers and faculty. Specializations are offered in Business, Law and Economics, Comparative Legal Studies, Environmental Law, International Legal Studies, Law and Technology and Social Justice. Many concurrent degree programs and cross-curricular specializations are available in Asian studies, public policy, social welfare, environmental studies and more. Boalt also publishes 11 law journals including the California Law Review.
Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law 215 Boalt Hall, Berkeley, CA94720 One of several law journals produced under the auspices of Cal's law school at Boalt Hall, BJCL publishes cutting-edge…More scholarship by judges, professors, clerks, students and practitioners of criminal law. Diverse ideological viewpoints are welcomed. Recent articles have examined strategies to reduce prosecutorial misconduct in military tribunals; RICO prosecutions of mob-tied union officials; and whether ex-felons should be allowed to vote.
Meade & Schrag 1816 5th St, Berkeley, CA94710 Meade & Schrag is a law firm that specializes in civil litigation. The firm’s attorneys work on everything…More from personal injury to antitrust and employment litigation cases. The firm is headed by Tyler Meade, who received his J.D. from the University of California’s Hastings College of Law, and Michael Schrag, who graduated from UC Berkeley’s Boalt Hall School of Law.
Center for Law, Energy and the Environment 215 Boalt Hall, Berkeley, CA94720 The Berkeley Law School pioneered the field of environmental law and continues to be one of the leaders of the field.…More This research center uses the resources of the law school and the knowledge of multiple disciplines to provide practical policy recommendations to government, business and non-profit allies with whom they work to develop good environmental law and policy.
Center for Youth Development through Law 215 Boalt Hall, Berkeley, CA94720 The Center for Youth Development through Law is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging young people from…More low-income communities to participate in law and government by educating them, providing paid internships and preparing them for college and careers. The center's efforts pay off with high rates of high school graduation and college attendance among program participants. If you'd like to donate or if you know a person who might be a good candidate for the program, visit the center's website for information.