CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE COURSES - FACULTY RECOMMENDATIONS
Administration of Criminal Justice Externship
**Advanced Criminal Procedure
**Corporate and White Collar Crime
Criminal Justice Administration Seminar
Death Penalty Seminar
Legal Psychology Seminar
Prison Law Clinic
Privatization of Criminal Justice Seminar
**Transnational Criminal Law
*Basic Core: Core criminal law and procedure courses identified as essential by the criminal law faculty (see below) for all J.D. students. Criminal justice students should take it in the second year. Other students should take it when convenient; some students even see an advantage to taking the course in their third year.
Criminal Procedure: Investigation
Note: This course assumes students have completed the Criminal Law course their 1L year, but no additional prior coursework in criminal law.
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.
**Expanded Core: Any student who wants to work in criminal justice should do three things in addition to taking Criminal Procedure:
- take evidence in the second year if possible;
- take trial practice;
- take a criminal clinical (or a summer criminal justice internship.
In addition, students should take other criminal law courses as their schedules permit.
Criminal Law Faculty: Professors Feeney, Joh, Joo, Lin, Mendez, Murphy, and Shestowsky.
Note: The above recommendations are made by the Criminal Law Faculty and not the Law Faculty as a whole.