JD: Criminal Law and Procedure Concentration

Criminal Law and Procedure requirements (18 credits):

Required Courses
Since Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure are required courses, they will not count toward the 18 credit hour requirement under this certificate.
Criminal Law
Criminal Procedure
Elective Courses18
Select at least one course from each section (Substantive and Skills). *
Substantive Courses
Contemporary Issues in Federal Criminal Law, Investigation, and Enforcement
Juvenile Law
International Criminal Law
Juvenile Offender Law
Law of Armed Conflict
White Collar Crime
Skills Courses
Advanced Trial Practice
The Law and Practice of Jury Selection
Defense of Criminal Cases
Criminal Process of Adjudication
Prosecution of Criminal Cases
Juvenile Justice Clinic
Classroom Component-Juvenile Justice Clinic
Scientific Evidence
Selected Research Topics
Wrongful Convictions
Trial Practice
Selected LAW 500 Externships may also be eligible. Please contact your advisor for more information.

Each of the following satisfies the substantial project provided completion of any additional requirements set forth by the course professor for the project. Students should notify the professor at the beginning of the semester of their desire to satisfy the project requirement by taking the course.