Ninth Circuit Day

Each year, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals hears one half day of oral arguments at Berkeley Law during the Spring Semester.  Ninth Circuit Day is a unique educational  opportunity offered at very few schools, where Berkeley students are able to to watch real appellate practice in front of one of the most dynamic courts in the country.

Arguments typically begin at 9 a.m. and last most of the morning.  Because of increased security concerns, please arrive early as you may have to check your backpack/bag, and may be subject to search by the U.S. Marshals Service prior to entry into Booth Auditorium.  

Press Release: Court of Appeals Schedules Special Sitting at UC Berkeley School of Law

Profiles of the Judges on the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

UC Berkeley School of Law
March 12, 2014