Ingrid V. Eagly

Ingrid V. Eagly

Professor of Law
Faculty Director, David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy
A.B. Princeton University, 1991
J.D. Harvard Law School, 1995
UCLA Faculty Since 2008

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Evidence law constrains the process of proof at trial. In this course, we will study the Federal Rules of Evidence, related case law, and federal constitutional doctrine. We will survey a range of...

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This survey course will provide a foundation in immigration law, the system of admission and removal, and the constitutional principles governing the regulation and rights of noncitizens. Students...

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This seminar focuses on public interest lawyering through a close analysis of case studies and the discussion of recurring issues in public interest practice. In this course we explore social...

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Making a Murderer tells the story of Steven Avery, a man who served eighteen years in prison for sexual assault before being exonerated, only to later be arrested and convicted of murder. Since this...

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UCLA School of Law’s Criminal Defense Clinic (“CDC”) examines the role of the defense lawyer in the criminal justice process. The central feature of this clinical course is the CDC’s work providing...

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Sentencing advocacy is central to the work of criminal defense lawyers. In the federal system, 97% of cases are resolved by plea bargaining and proceed immediately to sentencing. Sentencing law is...

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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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Representation on bond hearings is a critical need in the immigrant community. Without representation at their bond hearings, individuals can remain detained—sometimes for years—while their cases are...

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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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