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Contact Us

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday (closed observed Holidays)

8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Phone: 310-825-6946

Fax: 310-794-4443


Items can be mailed to:

UCLA School of Law 

Human Resources Office

1242 Law Bldg.

385 Charles E. Young Drive East, Suite A105

Los Angeles, CA 90095




Welcome to the UCLA School of Law Human Resources Office!

We are located in the basement of the Law School in suite A105. The main office entrance is accessible near Glickman Courtyard down one flight of stairs or elevator.  

 Law School, Suite A105
Office Hours:
 Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
 (310) 825-6946
 (310) 794-4443

Mission Statement:

The UCLA School of Law Human Resources Office is dedicated to building a community of a diverse and talented workforce, encouraging the development and growth of our staff, and promoting individual health and wellness. We are guided by professionalism, empowerment of individuals, and a commitment to advance the mission of the School. 

Compliance and Announcements

President Drake approved another extension of the temporary exception to PPSM-2.210 (Absence from Work), which allows policy-covered staff employees additional time to take vacation leave in order to bring their accrual balances below the maximum. The exception deadline has been extended to June 30, 2022. During the exception period, employees whose balances exceed the maximum will continue to accrue vacation leave.

Departments are encouraged to work with employees to bring their balances below the maximum by the exception deadline.  Effective July 1, 2022, employees whose balances exceed the maximum will no longer accrue additional vacation hours until their balances are reduced below the maximum.

UCLA requires all Staff, Faculty, and Students to complete a daily symptom monitoring survey whenever they are on campus. The link to the platform is

In addition, for the safety and well-being of the university community, the University of California requires employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before physically accessing the University’s Locations and Programs. This requirement is subject to limited deferrals, exceptions, accommodations based on medical condition, disability or religious belief, and associated non-pharmaceutical interventions. For more information, visit UCLA COVID-19 Vaccination Policy Announcement and Full UC COVID-19 Vaccination Program Policy

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