• The Lowell Milken Institute sponsors a competition featuring a $100,000 prize to recognize student innovation and leadership to support the real-world launch of promising new business ventures.
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    The Lowell Milken Institute Sandler Prize for New Entrepreneurs
  • Activist Funds have taken an increasingly important role in the portfolios of institutions and other investors and raise important theoretical and practical issues for the governance of public companies. March 18th, 2015
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    2nd Annual Private Fund Conference
  • “Navigating Modern Challenges and Responsibilities” We discussed the challenges facing in-house counsel as a result of heightened public scrutiny coupled with fierce competition. January 23, 2015
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    In-House Counsel’s Inaugural Conference
  • Today, UCLA School of Law is one of only four law schools in the top 20 to offer a degree specialization in Business Law and Policy. The Lowell Milken Institute not only advances UCLA School of Law’s strength in research and teaching, but also facilitates sustained dialogue with policymakers and practitioners.
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    The Business Law and Policy Specialists

Our Mission

The Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy partners with the faculty of the UCLA School of Law to create high-impact educational opportunities for UCLA law students to gain the knowledge and develop the skill sets required for the next generation of outstanding leaders in law and business in Los Angeles, in the nation and throughout the world. The Lowell Milken Institute promotes and supports legal scholarship by the preeminent UCLA Law faculty. The Lowell Milken Institute provides a forum for business law practitioners, business leaders, law students, academics and the public to regularly discuss, in a thoughtful and nuanced manner, important cutting-edge issues affecting business law.

Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy at UCLA School of Law

An Introduction to UCLA School of Law’s Business Law Specialization and the Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy