At UC Davis School of Law, students enjoy not only outstanding academic training, but also the opportunity to hone practical skills.
Students can write for six student-run journals, advocate for clients in our five clinics, and work in our externship program. Students participate in Moot Court, Trial Advocacy, and Negotiation competitions. Our law school is rare in that it has a dedicated Negotiations competition for IL students each fall and another competition open to all students each spring. Such experiential learning is not only important to a student's legal education, but showcases the academic excellence of the UC Davis School of Law.
Thanks to this type of applied skills training, King Hall students learn beyond the classroom in ways that help them succeed in the job market and in their careers, both in and outside the courtroom.