Civil Rights Clinic

Aoki Center Launches Tribal Justice Project

The Aoki Center for Critical Race and Nation Studies at King Hall, UC Davis Law School, is celebrating the launch of the Aoki Center Tribal Justice Project on Thursday, April 12, at noon in the courtyard of the law school.

King Hall Civil Rights Clinic Wins Case in Shasta County

Students in the UC Davis School of Law Civil Rights Clinic, working under the direction of Supervising Attorney Carter “Cappy” White, succeeded in securing a settlement on behalf of a Shasta County inmate who filed suit after being fed unappealing “food loafs” as punishment for disruptive behavior.

Professor White Presents for Federal Trial Training Program

One June 23, Carter "Cappy" White, supervising attorney of the UC Davis School of Law's Civil Rights Clinic, presented mock voir dire and opening statements for the plaintiff as part of the "Federal Trial Training: A Demonstration of Federal Court Trial Techniques" held at the United States District Court in Fresno.

Civil Rights Clinic Wins Case in the Ninth Circuit

The students of the UC Davis School of Law Civil Rights Clinic won another victory on April 19, 2016. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco affirmed a district court decision in a class action lawsuit challenging conditions of confinement at the Yuba County Jail.