|Academic Experience Rating: ||85|
|Specializations: ||Criminal , Environmental , Human Rights , International , Taxation , Intellectual Property|
|Degrees Offered: ||JD degree 3 years
LL.M degree 1 year|
|Joint / Combined Degrees Offered: ||JD/MBA-4 years; JD/MA or JD/MS - 4 years|
|Participation in Clinical Program: ||No|
|Moot Court Requirement: ||No|
|Public Interest Law Requirement: ||No|
|Legal Research Course Required: ||Yes|
|Part-Time Program: ||No|
|Evening Program: ||No|
|Academic Journals: ||Environs - A semi-annual journal environmental law and policy journal that supports an open forum for the discussion of current environmental law and policy issues.
UC Davis Journal of International Law & Policy - A semi-annual journal produced by King Hall students with an interest in international law.
UC Davis Law Review - Publishes five issues annually. Four issues typically contain scholarly works by professionals and students in the traditional law review format. One issue is a symposium that deals in depth with a selected topic of interest to legal scholars and practicing lawyers.
UC Davis Journal of Juvenile Law & Policy - A biannual journal produced by King Hall students to address the unique concerns of children in the American legal system.
Business Law Journal: A biannual journal that addresses a broad spectrum of issues that fall within the intersection of business and the law.|
|Grading System: ||A-F (some courses graded S/U, satisfactory/unsatisfactory). A-F grading includes plus and minus grades.|