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Constitutional Rights and Remedies Law Certificate Petition Form

Please enter your name as you would like it to appear on your certificate.

*First Name:

Middle Name:

*Last Name:

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*Graduation Semester:

  1. These three courses are required. Check those completed:
    • Constitutional Law L4164
    • Administrative Law L4025
    • Federal Courts L4250
  2. You must complete at least two of the following five courses. Check those completed:
    • Criminal Procedure (Basic) L4200
    • Constitutional Law II: Individual Rights L4166
    • Constitutional Litigation Seminar L4168
    • Habeas Corpus
    • Remedies L4520
  3. You must complete at least ONE experiential learning opportunity that earns 3 or more credits. Check those completed:
    • A Constitutional Rights & Remedies-related externship (through the externship office)
    • Participation in the Civil Rights Clinic L4809/4812
    • Participation in the Criminal Defense Clinic L4800/L4801
    • Constitutional Rights & Remedies Capstone Course L4702
    • Public Interest Lawyering Lab L4700
    • Other experiential learning opportunity approved by the Director
  4. Students participating in the Constitutional Rights & Remedies Program may also wish to consider the following elective courses:
    • Appellate Advocacy L4003
    • Animals, Food Law and the Constitution L4700
    • Constitutional Law (Advanced) L4050
    • Criminal Procedure (Advanced) L4026
    • Crimmigration Law Seminar L4704
    • Critical Race Reading Seminar L4704
    • Death Penalty Jurisdiction L4201
    • Immigration Law L4295
    • Marriage Equality and Religion L4700
    • National Security Law L4706
    • Race, Class and Reproductive Justice L4378
    • Sexual Orientation and the Law L4543
    • Social Change Lawyering L4548
For questions regarding CRR Certificate Requirements, contact rwagner@law.du.edu.

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