At UC Davis, our outstanding ranking, small size, and unusually accessible and dedicated faculty of internationally-renowned scholars provide a uniquely supportive learning environment. There is really no other law school like it in the United States! Each of our faculty members is truly committed to teaching, and together they offer a challenging academic program with diverse specialties including, but not limited to, business law, environmental law, international and comparative law, intellectual property, immigration law, constitutional law, and public interest law.

Current Opportunities for UC Davis School of Law

Pre-Law Boot Camp for College Students

Opportunity Type: Pre-college Program
Application Deadline: January 08, 2018
Description: The KHOP Winter Session is designed to equip high potential undergraduate students from underrepresented communities with the skills necessary to excel in the law school admissions process, while also introducing students to current law students, lawyers and faculty members at UC Davis School of Law. The no-cost program consists of a series of full-day Saturday presentations and workshops throughout the winter and spring quarter/semester. During the program, participants prepare for the law school application process, gain insight into the law school experience and receive exposure to a variety of legal fields.

KHOP Winter Session participants:

  • Attend workshops on pre-law preparation and law school admissions
  • Attend presentations and panels featuring UC Davis law school professors, alumni attorneys and law students
  • Participate in individual pre-law advising with School of Law Admissions Staff to develop law school admission action plans
  • Complete critiqued writing assignments concentrating on critical analysis and reasoning

Martin Luther King, Jr. Public Interest Scholarship

Opportunity Type: Scholarship
Application Deadline: March 30, 2018
Description: Two scholarships will be awarded to entering first year students who exemplify the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s efforts to achieve social and political justice for the disadvantaged by lawful and orderly means.

Contact Information

UC Davis School of Law
King Hall, 400 Mrak Hall Drive
Davis, CA 95616-5201
www.law.ucdavis.edu/index.aspx