Ways We Support Our Students

  • Providing opportunities to collaborate and compete through real-world experiences and diverse extracurricular activities that enrich the law school experience.
  • A student favorite, the Lowell Milken Institute Roundtable Lunches give students an opportunity to discuss issues of interest with distinguished visitors, in a small-group, informal setting.
  • Nurturing the next generation of business leaders and scholars through critically needed financial assistance. Scholarships and prizes not only attract the best and brightest students but also keep the promise of access to a world-class legal education alive for people from all walks of life.
  • Among the most coveted honors is the Bruce I. Hochman Award for Excellence in the Study of Tax Law which is presented to the student in the graduating class who has demonstrated outstanding proficiency in the field.  The recipient of the $15,000 award is selected by UCLA School of Law tax faculty and is announced at the commencement ceremony in May. The award honors Bruce I. Hochman, who was a member of the first UCLA Law School graduating class of 1952.
  • Reaching out to numerous student organizations, which promote awareness of issues and opportunities in the business law field. Examples include the Business Law Association, the Law and Economics Society, the Real Estate Law Association, the Tax and Estate Planning Association and the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Clinic.