Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Courses

The courses listed below provide a taste of the Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure courses offered at the Law School, although no formal groupings exist in our curriculum. This list includes the courses taught in the 2015-16 and 2016-17 school years. Not all of these courses are offered every year, but this list will give you a representative sample of the variety of courses we might offer over any two-year period. Other new courses will likely be offered during your time at the Law School. To browse course descriptions for the current year, visit our Students section.


Advanced Topics in Criminal Law: Vice and Victimless Crimes
Child Exploitation and Human Trafficking
Computer Crime
Corporate Criminal Prosecutions and Investigations 
Counterintelligence and Covert Action - Legal and Policy Issues
Criminal and Juvenile Justice Project Clinic
Criminal Procedure I: The Investigative Process
Criminal Procedure III: Further Issues In Criminal Adjudication
Current Issues in Criminal and National Security Law
Exoneration Project Clinic
Federal Criminal Justice Clinic
Federal Criminal Practice
Federal Criminal Procedure: From Bail to Jail
Federal Habeas Corpus
Federal Sentencing: Balancing Judicial and Prosecutorial Discretion
The Grand Jury: History, Law, and Practice
Greenberg Seminar: Crime and Politics in Charm City: A Portrait of the Urban Drug War
Greenberg Seminar: Criminal Justice and Medical Ethics in Literature
Greenberg Seminar: Great American Cities 
Hate Crime 
Immigration Law 
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Criminal Justice
The Legal and Social Implications of the War on Drugs
Life (and Death) in the Law
Philosophy of Criminal Law
Privatization in Criminal Law 
Prosecution and Defense Clinic
Public Corruption and the Law
The Rise of the Prosecutor 
What Causes Crime? 
Young Center Immigrant Child Advocacy Clinic