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 207.5 (section 3) Spring 2017 – Advanced Legal Writing (Garner style)

Law 223.8 Spring 2017 – California Constitutional Law

Law 298 Fall 2016 – Foundation for Democracy and Justice project

Previously offered courses:

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 207.6 Fall 2015 – Advanced Legal Writing for Practice

Law 231.1 Spring 2015 – Criminal Procedure II Adjudication

Law 223.8 Fall 2014 – California Constitutional Law

Law 207.6 Fall 2014 – Advanced Legal Writing for Practice

Law 224.1 Fall 2013 – California Government:  The State Constitution in Practice

Law 227.5 Fall 2012 – California Supreme Court Seminar

Law 223.8 Spring 2013 – California Constitutional Law

Law 223.8 Fall 2008 – California Constitutional Law

Law 223.8 Fall 2009 – California Constitutional Law

Law 221.9 Spring 2009 – Constitutional Design and the California Constitution

Law 223.8 Fall 2010 – California Constitutional Law


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