Professor Emerita Kristin Luker Details How Roe v. Wade ‘Changed Everything’ in American Culture (06/30/2022) Luker, who co-founded Berkeley Law’s Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice, has interviewed hundreds of women about their experiences before and after the landmark 1973 Supreme Court ruling. Attack on LGBTQ+ Rights: The Politics and Psychology of a Backlash (05/03/2022) Berkeley Law professors Russell Robinson and Sonia Katyal weigh in on the rise of measures across the U.S. aimed at limiting these groups’ rights. Moving Forward: Faculty Approves Race and Law Course Requirement in Order to Graduate (02/18/2022) “This requirement sends an important message about our school’s commitment to equality and justice,” says Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky. Fieldwork of Dreams: Students Describe Transformative Time as Human Rights Center Fellows (12/21/2021) Four Berkeley Law students detail their memorable experience and how it shaped their career trajectory. High Flyer: Blake Mollberg ’19 Taps Proven Resilience and Adaptability as New Patti Legal Fellow (09/10/2021) Given annually to a recent Berkeley Law graduate, the fellowship at UC Legal offers valuable experience in issues faced by public and nonprofit entities. Election Implications: Professors Describe What to Expect in Various Areas of Law (11/05/2020) Berkeley Law experts describe what to expect — depending on who wins the presidency and which party controls the Senate — from health care and the environment to immigration and criminal justice. Alumni Secure Release of Immigrant Child Detainees to Shield Them from COVID-19 (06/09/2020) Three Berkeley Law graduates at the National Center for Youth Law play key roles in a court ruling ordering the release of detained children in federal immigration custody. Professors: COVID-19 Highlights Major Holes in America’s Social Safety Net (05/04/2020) Professors Catherine Albiston ’93 and Catherine Fisk ’86 explain how the lack of paid leave in the U.S. reflects a growing inequality among Americans stoked by the COVID-19 crisis.