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Human Rights and Social Justice

Human Rights and Social Justice Courses - Faculty Recommendations

Advanced Constitutional Law Seminar

Asian American Jurisprudence

Civil Rights Clinic

Civil Rights Law *

Community Education Seminar

Constitutional Law II *

Critical Race Theory **

Disability Rights

Education Policy and the Law

Employment Discrimination

Farmworkers and the Law

Feminist Legal Theory

Housing Law

Immigration Law Clinic

Immigration Law and Procedure **

International Human Rights **

Juvenile Justice

Labor Law I **

Labor Law II *

Latinos & Latinas and the Law

Law and Rural Livelihoods

Legal Psychology

Native American Law Seminar

Prison Law Clinic

Public Benefits Law

Public Interest Law **

Public Interest Law Externship

Selected Topics in Constitutional Law: Habeas Corpus and 11th Amendment

Sex-Based Discrimination

Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and the Law

Tax and Distributive Justice

Transnational Criminal Law

Women and the Law Practicum

Women, Islam, and the Law

Human Rights and Social Justice Law Faculty

Professors Brownstein, Cooper, Jaime, Johnson, Jorjani, Joslin, Larson, Murphy, Perez, Pruitt, Reynoso, Saucedo, Sunder, and White.

Note: The above recommendations are made by the Human Rights and Social Justice Law Faculty and not the Law Faculty as a whole.

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* Basic Core

Core human rights and social justice courses identified as essential by the faculty teaching in this area for all J.D. students (preferably taken in the second year).

Note: These courses assume students have no prior coursework in human rights and social justice law.

** Expanded Core

Core human rights and social justice law courses (in addition to the Basic Core above and additional human rights and social justice law courses as schedules permit) recommended by the law faculty teaching in this area for students interested in human rights and social justice law practices.

Professional Responsibility is an essential course in all disciplines. It provides the "rules of the road" that lawyers must follow, regardless of their area of expertise.