Taimie L. Bryant

Taimie L. Bryant

Professor of Law
B.A. Bryn Mawr College, 1975
M.A. Anthropology, UCLA, 1978
Ph.D. UCLA, 1984
J.D. Harvard, 1987
UCLA Faculty Since 1988

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Property law consists of many archaic as well as modern rules. Those rules regulate the relationship between people and between people and the government regarding the use and disposition of things...

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Our legal system is structured around a view of a client as an autonomous, legally recognized “person” who directs the work of legal representatives. What if someone doesn’t fit that description in...

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The nonprofit sector is a vibrant part of our economy, providing multiple types of paid employment opportunities, including legal work in for-profit organizations that have associated charitable...

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Clinic webpage: https://law.ucla.edu/academics/experiential-education/clinics/dog-administrative-hearings-clinic/ This four-unit clinic, focused on complaint proceedings involving dogs in the City of...

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Practicums link substantive law courses with practice experience. They combine doctrinal courses with either field placements (live-client practicums) or simulation-based clinical courses...

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This course grounds important elder law subjects in an experiential learning context. Each week students will meet at the Law School for three hours to discuss topics in elder law, including those...

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UCLA School of Law offers externships in a variety of settings from government agencies to non-profit organizations. Currently, externship placements are limited to California, Seattle, Chicago, New...

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Video Message from Prof. Taimie Bryant about Law 938 A/BDogs in the United States frequently die just because someone accused them of being “dangerous.” Some accusations are legitimate, but many are...

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