California Environmental Issues Seminar
Civil Rights Law
Community Education Seminar
Critical Race Theory
Educational Policy and the Law
Elections and Political Campaigns
Feminist Legal Theory
**International Law in the Public Sphere (Public International Law)
Immigration Law and Procedure
**International Human Rights
Juvenile Justice Seminar
Labor Law I and II
Latinos and Latinas and the Law
Law and Rural Livelihoods
Law and Society Seminar
**Law of the Political Process
Legislative Intent Seminar
Legislative Process Externship
**Local Government Law
Public Benefits Law Seminar
Public Health Law
*Public Interest Law
Public Interest Law Externship
Public Land Law
**Public Regulatory Law
Public Sector Labor Law Seminar
Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and the Law
*Basic Core: Core public interest law and policy courses identified as essential by the law faculty teaching in this area (see below) for all J.D. students (preferably taken in the second year):
Public Interest Law
Note: These courses assume students have no prior coursework in public interest law and policy.
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: Core public interest law and policy courses (in addition to the Basic Core above) recommended by the law faculty teaching in this area for students interested in public interest law and policy:
International Human Rights or International Law in the Public Sphere
Law of the Political Process
Local Government Law
Public Regulatory Law
Additional public interest law and policy courses as schedules permit.
Public Interest Law and Policy Faculty: Professors Elmendorf, Hing, Ikemoto, Johnson, Joslin, Lewis, Murphy, Perez, Pruitt, Reynoso and Saucedo.
Note: The above recommendations are made by the Public Interest Law and Policy Faculty and not the Law Faculty as a whole.