The California International Law Center at King Hall (CILC) has a new
Director: Professor Anupam Chander, a nationally recognized scholar
whose research focuses on the law of globalization and digitization,
international law, cyber law, and corporate law. "Given California's
increasing importance as a player on the world stage, it is critical that
we engage globalization in a scholarly manner," said Chander.
Nancy Krop ’87 has taken on a wide variety of cases over the course
of more than two decades of practicing civil rights and employment
law in the San Francisco Bay Area, but they all have one thing in
common: “I only take cases I really believe in,” she said. “Usually,
I’m looking for a wrong that needs to be righted.”
UC Davis School of Law students and recent graduates have been
selected for prestigious fellowships in California and across the
country and globe, working with the White House, the Sierra Club,
the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Ethiopia,
Equal Justice Works, and others.
UC Davis School of Law has entered into a partnership with the
California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) to
establish a new employment discrimination law program. "This
collaboration is a great opportunity for UC Davis law students to work
on employment discrimination cases," said Dean Kevin R. Johnson.
Construction crews are making rapid progress in the effort to upgrade
the “old” King Hall to complement the new, state-of-the-art expansion
wing, which opened to faculty and students last fall. Private support
for the project is still needed as the Law School seeks to raise more
than $2 million to bring significant improvements to classrooms, study
areas, the student lounge, student organization offices, the Mabie
Law Library, and other facilities in the “old” King Hall.