Children's Rights Classes



  • Credits for concentration: 18
  • Grade point average in concentration courses of 2.5 is required in order to obtain the concentration
  • Recognition: Certificate and transcript notation
  • To receive the concentration, you must submit an application during spring semester of your graduating year. Applications are due by April 1 of your graduating year.

Required Courses (9 credits)

Children's Rights Required Courses
  • Child Rights & Remedies
  • Family Law

Required Clinic Courses (at least 3 credits from the following):

  • Child Advocacy Clinic: Delinquency Court I and II
  • Child Advocacy Clinic: Dependency Court I and II
  • Child Advocacy Clinic: Policy Clinic I and II
  • Education & Disability Clinic I and II

Electives (9 credits)

Children's Rights Law Electives
  • Administrative Law
  • Child Advocacy Clinic: Delinquency I and II
  • Child Advocacy Clinic: Dependency I and II
  • Child Advocacy Clinic: Policy I and II
  • Education and Disability Clinic I and II
  • Education Law
  • Family Law Advocacy
  • Family Law Seminar
  • Health Law and Reproduction
  • Legislation
  • Law and Politics of Educational Policy Development
  • Public Interest Law and Practice*
  • Remedies
  • Special Education and The Law
  • Topics in Family Law

Note: Please plan carefully. Some courses have prerequisites. Courses may not be offered each year. Some courses and clinics have limited enrollment.

*Students hoping to earn the Children's Rights Concentration will be routed to an agency related to children's rights.

Contact:

Law Student Affairs
Warren Hall, Room 218
Phone: (619) 260-4651
Fax: (619) 260-7715

Hours

M,T,Th,F: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
W: 9:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.