Courses

The center offers courses on the California constitution, the Supreme Court of California, and the state government, taught by center faculty and research fellows.

Current and upcoming courses:

Law TBD719 sec. 1 spring 2020 Survival Writing workshop (a new one-unit version of the advanced writing course)

Law TBD719 fall 2020 California Constitutional Law (a new four-unit version of the California constitutional law seminars, taught from the new California constitutional law casebook)

Previously offered courses:

Law 207.5 section 4 spring 2019 Advanced Writing Workshop

Law 224.1 fall 2018 California Government: The State Constitution in Practice

Law 207.5 section 3 spring 2018 Advanced Legal Writing (Garner style)

Law 223.8 Spring 2017 California Constitutional Law

Law 207.5 section 3 spring 2017 Advanced Legal Writing (Garner style)

Law 298 spring 2016 Fair Political Practices Commission project

Law 207.6 spring 2016 Advanced Legal Writing for Practice

Law 224.1 spring 2016 California Government: The State Constitution in Practice

Law 298 fall 2016 Foundation for Democracy and Justice project

Law 231.1 spring 2015 Criminal Procedure II Adjudication

Law 207.6 fall 2015 Advanced Legal Writing for Practice

Law 223.8 fall 2014 California Constitutional Law

Law 207.6 fall 2014 Advanced Legal Writing for Practice

Law 223.8 spring 2013 California Constitutional Law

Law 224.1 fall 2013 California Government: The State Constitution in Practice

Law 227.5 fall 2012 California Supreme Court Seminar

Law 223.8 fall 2010 California Constitutional Law

Law 221.9 spring 2009 Constitutional Design and the California Constitution

Law 223.8 fall 2009 California Constitutional Law

Law 223.8 fall 2008 California Constitutional Law


Center director: David A. Carrillo, J.S.D.