Mission: The International Justice Project (IJP) is an extracurricular clinical program at the UCLA School of Law that pairs students with human rights and international justice organizations around the world. IJP aims to help students develop the basic skills and substantive knowledge necessary for international human rights and international justice advocacy.
IJP will provide students with practical experience by requiring them to conduct research, draft memoranda, write sections of briefs or contribute to advocacy programming. Students can expect to work 5-10 hours throughout the semester.
IJP - Roster of Officers
Faculty Advisor: Prof. Tendayi Achiume
Student Co-Directors: Kathleen Bush-Joseph and Jessica Temple
IJP MyLaw Site (internal users only)