Legal Studies Latest News as of 7/22/22

July 22, 2022


1) MOVE Fellowship
2) Jewish Law & Israel Studies Fa22
3) A&D Jobs
4) Su22 Grads Career Svcs
5) Pre-Trial Intrnshp
6) Congrats Xuan Lee
7) Berkeley Law Admissions Events
8) SLC Writing Prog
9) Career Talk
10) Consulting Video
11) LSAT VW Fwd Prog
12) Maximize Your Su
13) Depositions
14) Ukrainian Lang Classes
15) LinkedIn Advice
16) UD Units for Legalst
17) Internship
18)  LS 138 w/Dean Chemerinsky
1) MOVE Fellowship
MOVE Fellowship
My name is Yucca and I work with MOVE: AA Community Organizing Fellowship. 
MOVE aims to bridge UC Berkeley's on-campus and the Bay Area's off-campus 
API community in order to foster the next generation of API community organizers. Through the yearlong fellowship, MOVE facilitates the political and educational 
growth of student fellows through social justice based experiential learning, fellow seminars, and an end of the year community project.

We are looking for a fellow for one of our partner organizations, AYPAL. 
AYPAL’s mission is to empower Oakland’s low-income Asian & Pacific Islander 
immigrant and refugee families to be leaders for school reform and neighborhood 
change. You can learn more about them at their website here
As a fellow, you will spend 8-12 hours per week with your partner organization and receive a stipend of $1000 per semester. 
The application can be found here
and is due July 27th @ 11:59PM PST. 
You can find more about MOVE on our website

And see a visual presentation of our hxstory and background here
MOVE: AA Community Organizing Fellowship
2) Jewish Law & Israel Studies Fa22
Jewish Law & Israel Studies Fa22
Helen Diller Institute for Jewish Law & Israel Studies 

Legalst 190.4  Gender, Religion, and Law: The Case of Israel 
Mon, 3:00 PM – 5:59 PM Course Number: 16562; 4 Units 
Prof. Masua Sagiv 2022-23 Koret Visiting Assistant Professor of Jewish and israel Studies Menomadin Center, Bar-Ilan University Faculty of Law
The course will explore the intersection of gender, religion, and law in Israel, as manifested in social movement activism through law and society. The course will illustrate and reflect upon different strategies and spheres for promoting social change, by examining core issues involving gender, religion and law in Israel: religious marriage and divorce, gender equality in the religious establishment, spiritual leadership of women, free exercise of religion (at the Western Wall and Temple Mount), conversion, and segregation in education. Spheres of activism to be covered include parliament, state courts, alternative private initiatives and courts, and social media.
Counts as Area II or IV
Legalst 190.5  Civil and Human Rights in Israel
Tues & Thurs, 3:30 PM – 4:59 PM Course Number: 16563; 4 Units
Prof. Michal Tamir 2022-23 Hellen Diller Institute Visiting Professor, Associate Professor, The Academic Center of Law and Science, Israel
Human rights in Israel have evolved in a unique way. Since the establishment of the State, the Supreme Court recognized and developed the rights through the interpretation of laws. For example, when the Supreme Court was required to rule on the authority of the Minister of the Interior to close a newspaper by virtue of a so-called “Press Ordinance,” it developed the freedom of expression and the conditions for its violation. All rights have evolved as relative rights that can be balanced with other rights and interests, and an explicit statute could have infringed upon them. In 1992, Israel underwent a “constitutional revolution” with the enactment of two Basic Laws focusing on protecting human rights. Some of the human rights are enshrined explicitly in the Basic Laws and other rights were interpreted by the Supreme Court as arising from “human dignity.” Today an explicit law cannot infringe upon rights and it is necessary that it also meet the requirements of the Basic Laws.
Counts as Area II or IV
Edu 184 Philosophical Foundations of Education Mon, 2:00 PM – 4:59 PM Course Number: 32707; 3 Units Prof. Hanan Alexander 2022-23 Koret Visiting Professor in Israel Studies, Visiting Professor, UC Berkeley School of Education, Former Dean, Faculty of Education, University of Haifa
This course is a systematic survey of educational thought with emphasis on
the epistemological, logical and ethical foundations of the major philosophies
of education.
Does not count towards the Legal Studies major.
ANTHRO 189 004 Israel, Holy Land, Palestine: Tourism Imaginaries and Practices TU, THURS 11:00 AM – 12:29 PM  Anthro/Art Practice Bldg 221 Course # 32315
Professor Jackie Feldman Fa22 Israel Institute Visiting Professor. Department of Anthro and Sociology, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
The territory between the Mediterranean and the Jordan River has been viewed as the land of the Bible, cradle of civilization, ancestral homeland, tinderbox of conflict or sun-drenched paradise. Through pilgrimage and tourism, Israelis and Palestinians present their own identities and understandings in negotiation with various Western imaginaries. Through the prism of anthropology, we will examine this contact zone as a mirror of Israeli and Palestinian society. Examples will include heritage sites, Christian pilgrimage itineraries, Holocaust memorials, museums, visits to former Palestinian villages, volunteer activism, and gay tourism.
Does not count towards the Legal Studies major.
POLSCI 191 004 Israel: Politics and Society WED 12:00 PM – 1:59 PM  Social Sciences
Building 791  Course # 17139
Professor Ron Hassner Helen Diller Family Chair Israel Studies, Chancellor's Professor of Political Science
This class seeks to guide students in researching, organizing, writing, reviewing and rewriting an original research paper of publishable quality and length (approximately 25 pages long).  Students will be encouraged to explore on their own any issue relating to Israeli politics and society that strikes them as compelling: party politics, ethnic cleavages, demographics, religion-state relations, constitution and law, art and culture, industry and trade, gender, race, and class, education, etc. 
Does not count towards the Legal Studies major.
JEWISH 123 001  Islam in Israel: Religious and Socio-Cultural Identity Dilemmas of the Arab-Muslim Minority in Israel TU, THURS  2:00 PM – 3:29 PM  Dwinelle 247
Course # 33174 
Professor Muhammad Al-Atawneh 2022-23 Israel Institute Professor, Associate Professor, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Islam is the religion of the majority of the Arab citizens in Israel. Since the late 1970s, Islam has become an important factor in the political and socio-cultural identity of the Arab minority in Israel; thus, the number of Muslims in Israel who define their identity first and foremost in relation to their religious affiliation has steadily grown. Because Islam is a religious code covering all aspects of life, devout Muslims in Israel seek religious guidance from Islamic legal doctrines and other Shari‘a (Islamic law) tenets, not only in spiritual matters but also in matters relating to temporal, social conduct. These Islamic legal norms are, however, at odds with both Israeli secular law and the sociocultural norms of the Jewish majority in Israel.
The intent of this course is to explore the local nature of Islam by the discussion of the evolving religious identity and its impact on the religious and socio-cultural aspects of Muslim life in Israel. Special emphasis will be placed on the dilemmas and tensions stem from the encounter between the Muslim religious norms and the Israeli socio-cultural and legal norms in various areas, e.g., banking, technology, education, gender issues, Jewish/Muslim relations, etc.
Does not count towards the Legal Studies major.

3) A&D Jobs
A&D Jobs

The Office of Arts + Design (A+D) is hiring 3 new student positions! 
The Berkeley Office of Arts + Design (A+D) has 3 exciting new positions for students! Join our team in fostering a campus culture of creativity! 
For all positions, email Evelyn Thorne at to apply. See job descriptions for application details. 
Communications  & Admin Assistant Job Description (Work Study Position)
$18 dollars per hour; 6-10 hours per week
The position will work directly with the Creative Discovery Coordinator & Advisor to plan communication campaigns and assist A+D events and programs serving the UC Berkeley creative community. Responsibilities will include managing and producing content for A+D’s social media accounts, website, and newsletter, and providing design production support as needed. See full job description here.
Student Engagement Assistant
$18 dollars per hour; 6-10 hours per week
The Office of Berkeley Arts + Design (A+D) is seeking an undergraduate student passionate about building creative community. The main responsibility of the Student Engagement Assistant will be to outreach to arts and design student clubs and build connections for communication or collaboration across campus. Tasks will include meeting with the supervisor once a week either online or in-person, conducting online research and outreach, interviewing or surveying student club leadership, and organizing leadership gatherings. See full job description here.
Undergraduate Reader for Fall 2022 HUM 20
$18/ hour; ~ 10 hours/week
The Office of Berkeley Arts + Design has an opening for an undergraduate Reader position for HUM 20: Explorations in Arts + Design: Landscapes of Migration, Incarceration and Resistance this Fall 2022. This is a lecture series course at the BAMPFA Osher Theater, which will explore how the arts transform understanding about the past into possibilities for the future. The course is part of the multi-genre cross-campus project "A Year on Angel Island". The Undergraduate Reader would be required to attend the course, and assist with grading, attendance and additional coursework requirements. See full job description here.
4) Su22 Grads Career Svcs
Su22 Grads Career Svcs
Summer 2022 Grads:
You have access to all Career Center resources, including 1:1 appointments, for ONE FULL YEAR post graduation. Clickhereto learn more.
5) Pre-Trial Intrnshp
Pre-Trial Intrnshp

July 18, 2022
Job Announcement PSA SI 01-2022



The United States Pretrial Services Agency for the Northern District of California is currently accepting applications for a part-time Pretrial Services Technician (aka Student Intern). This position will provide operational support to one of three offices. More than one position will be filled by this announcement.



San Francisco, California
20.02 per hour / bi-weekly (Classification Level 22 / Step 05) 16 – 24 hours per week

This is a When-Actually-Employed (WAE) Appointment. There is no pre-determined work schedule. Work hours are determined by the students’ school schedule and compensation is based on the actual hours worked.

Student Intern
Job Announcement PSA SI 01-2022


The U.S. Pretrial Services Agency, the bail investigation agency for the U.S. District Court, assists judicial officers with reducing unnecessary pretrial detention by providing timely, objective, and verified background information on defendants charged in federal court. The information provided to the court is used in setting reasonable, least restrictive bail conditions. A recommendation is made for detention or release with or without special conditions intended to reasonably assure community safety and appearance at future court proceedings. Defendants are supervised from the time of their release until sentencing or self-surrender to serve a prison term. The Pretrial Services Agency is also responsible for the investigation and supervision of pretrial diversion cases. Working with judges, attorneys, state and local law enforcement agencies, and treatment providers, the Pretrial Services Agency delivers services that benefit the defendant, the court, and the community.

The Northern District of California covers 15 counties, primarily along the northern coast of California, from the Oregon border to southern Monterey County. Its headquarters is in San Francisco, with division offices in San Jose and Oakland, and a satellite office in Eureka/McKinleyville.


  • Assist in completing reports and correspondence for the courts

  • Assist Officers with administrative duties such as scanning, shredding, copying, filing, and

    conducting database searches, chronological entries, etc.

  • Assist in conducting criminal record checks through local/national law enforcement


  • Maintain Chain of Custody Logs/Files for Drug Testing

  • Perform receptionist duties by greeting visitors/defendants in person and/or on the

    telephone directing them to the appropriate staff member

  • Process outgoing mail/receiving mail and routing to the appropriate staff member

  • Perform other duties as assigned


    • Applicant must be a high school graduate or equivalent

    • Applicant must be currently enrolled as a part-time or full-time student pursuing an

      undergraduate degree in social work, criminal justice, criminology, psychology, sociology,

      human relations, or a related field of study. Proof of enrollment must be provided

    • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing

  • Skill in using Windows-based personal computers and standard software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, electronic mail and web searches, etc.

  • Familiarity with standard office equipment such as scanners, copy machines and fax machines

  • Proficient typing and data entry skills

  • Flexibility in adapting workplace changes

    In addition, the successful candidate should also possess the following abilities:

    • Maintain confidentiality

    • Work in a team setting

    • Meet required deadlines, maintain case-related tracking systems

    • Maintain concentration despite interruptions

    • Strong knowledge of office procedures, practices, and processes

    • Extensive knowledge of proper grammar usage and the ability to edit efficiently

    • General knowledge of the criminal justice system and legal terminology

    • Fluency in Spanish, Cantonese, or Vietnamese is helpful, but not required


      • Applicants must be U.S. citizens or eligible to work in the United States and have a valid driver’s license or state Identification

      • Work generally performed in an office setting (professional business attire required)

      • Some local travel may be required

      • Incumbent may have contact with persons with violent backgrounds

      • Applicant must be vaccinated against COVID-19

        TO APPLY:

        Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, current resume, two letters of recommendation (from instructors, advisors, or recent employers) and a copy of college transcripts to Due to the volume of applications received, the U.S. Pretrial Services Agency will only communicate with those qualified individuals who will be interviewed. Application documents must be received by the close of business, Friday, August 19, 2022.


        The Pretrial Services Agency requires employees to adhere to a Code of Conduct which is available upon request. The applicant will be subject to a background criminal record check before an employment offer is made. The courthouse is a smoke-free environment. Direct Deposit is required for payment of compensation for employees.


        When-Actually-Employed (WAE) Appointments are excluded from retirement, health, and life insurance coverage, tax deferred savings plans, vacation and sick hours.


6) Congrats Xuan Lee
Congrats Xuan Lee
Xuan Lee, a Poli Sci/Political Economy major, took Legal Studies R1B: The Sanctuary Tradition in Law & Social Practice with Bonnie Cherry Fall 2021.
Xuan's final paper was submitted for the 'Consortium for Undergraduate Law and Justice Undergraduate Paper Award' and Xuan has won!
Xuan Lee, a Poli Sci/Political Economy major, will be awarded the prize via zoom at the Law and Society conference in Lisbon, Portugal this year. 
Here is an excerpt from an e-mail to Xuan from the committee:
'We are thrilled to announce that you are the winner of the 2022 Best Undergraduate Student Paper Award in Interdisciplinary Legal Studies from CULJP. We especially recognize the way that you situated questions of asylum law and sanctuary in a broader political and social context, and the way the paper significantly examined how law itself was reshaped by practices and by actors pushing against and navigating within these contexts. Your work exemplifies the kind of law and society scholarship that most excites us in our teaching and research.'
7) Berkeley Law Admissions Events
Berkeley Law Admissions Events
Check out the various Berkeley Law admissions events held in JULY and AUGUST here.
The Admissions team hopes to post more information about one-on-one advising appointments on their website by the end of July.
8) SLC Writing Prog
SLC Writing Prog

Happy summer from the SLC Writing Program! We are excited to share that our Summer Sessions tutoring services are up and running. Wherever they are in relation to their academic writing projects, they can connect with us for one-to-one, focused feedback to thrive within the fast-paced summer timeline.

Our services are accessible both online and in-personto meet the needs of each and every student. Students can book one-to-oneAppointments to discuss any aspect of their essays or sign up for ourWeekly service to partner with a tutor on a regular basis through the end of the summer. In addition to visiting us for Appointment and Weekly sessions, students can stop by in-person or virtually every Wednesday, 11AM-6PM, for our Drop-in service.

9) Career Talk
Career Talk
Wednesday, July 27th 2022, 12-1pm
via Zoom
Not sure what you can do with your degree in political science? This event is designed to help you gain clarity on post-Cal career possibilities. Come meet the following alumni who earned a degree in political science and hear about their career journeys and advice for being a competitive applicant for future opportunities in their respective fields.
  • Nabil Aziz: Political Associate at Kully Maeder Muir
  • Tanya Mahadwar: Research Associate at CA Environmental Consulting
  • Reina Sasaki: Legal Policy Specialist at Twitter
10) Consulting video
Consulting video
So, You Want to Get into Consulting?
Consulting recruiting season is almost here! Here are practical tips and resources to help you navigate the process. In this short video these things are shared:
○ Types of Consulting Firms + Areas of Expertise
○ Role of Consultants
○ Skills Needed to Succeed
○ What to Highlight In Your Resume
○ Digital Assessments
○ Case Interviews
11) LSAT VW Fwd Prog
LSAT VW Fwd Prog
Kaplan is working with the Vela Wood Law Firm to promote the VW Forward Program which includes an LSAT prep scholarship.  
The mission of the VW Forward Program is to provide opportunities for learning and involvement, foster open conversations and inclusivity, and support institutions focused on supporting Black Americans.  
The VW Forward program is taking applications for a prep package that includes LSAT prep. Please encourage students to fill this out by the end of July. 
VW Forward Impact Reports:
12) Maximize Your Su
Maximize Your Su
No Internship? Here are 4 ways to Maximize Your Summer
Idea #1: Take Online Classes
There are some incredible online classes to be taken anytime or have open enrollment. These classes tend to be more professional/skills-oriented such as programming languages, web design, and social media. Some of my favorite platforms are UdacityCoursera, and LinkedIn Learning
Idea #2: Job Shadowing
Follow a professional around for a day or two to get an idea of how they work and if this career is something you feel is worth pursuing. This is also a way to build your professional network. You can find job-shadowing opportunities by asking family, and friends, or reaching out to alumni.
Idea #3: Keep Networking
This idea isn’t another activity suggestion – it’s something you should be doing regardless of your summer plans.Networkingrequires conscious attention and dedicated time. You may need to reach out to a few people before you land on someone who has the time and bandwidth to chat. Use Berkeley Career Network to find alumni for an informational interview, a short informal discussion of their role, company, and industry.
Idea #4: Start pursuing opportunities for next summer
Next summer seems like a long way off, but that is precisely why you should start your search now. Use the time to your advantage. This means you should be on the lookout on company websites and on Handshake for information sessions and coffee chats.
13) Depositions
Legal Studies Fall 2022 Announcement: 
An Opportunity for Undergraduates to Participate in a Berkeley Law JD Skills Class with the OPTION of earning 1 unit of LS 199 Individual Research Credit

In Fall 2022, undergraduates will have a unique opportunity to play the role of witnesses in a Berkeley Law JD Professional Skills Class (Depositions: Law 246.3), taught by Professor Henry Hecht.
Professor Hecht seeks six (6) students to serve as role-playing witnesses.  Students selected will be expected to prepare in advance by reading a witness statement and a limited amount of background material.  Witnesses will then be expected to participate during the semester in six (6) Tuesday afternoon classes from 3:35 p.m. to 6:15 p.m., on September 20, September 27, October 18, October 25, November 15, and November 22.  During those classes, you will play the role of a witness for either the plaintiff or the defendant in a mock case.  Students selected must be able to commit to attending all six (6) Tuesday afternoon classes.  
Professor Hecht's Depositions course is a lawyering skills course, in which Berkeley Law students, working in small groups, simulate the process of preparing witnesses for their depositions and then taking as well as defending their depositions.  Practicing Bay Area lawyers attend these sessions, observe the law students in action, and critique their performances.  (Note: A deposition is a pre-trial legal procedure in which witnesses in a civil lawsuit answer questions by the opposing parties under oath, typically in a law office rather than a courtroom.)  
Playing the role of a witness will allow you to gain insight into the US system of civil litigation and to see it in operation.  In addition, it will provide you with a chance to meet and talk with Berkeley Law students and Bay Area attorneys.  Finally, witnesses will earn a $50.00 Amazon gift card for their service.  

To Apply:

Please apply by e-mail to Professor Hecht at sends e-mail)(link sends e-mail), with a copy of your message to Monique Sanchez, his Faculty Support Assistant, at sends e-mail)(link sends e-mail), by no later than Wednesday, September 7, at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time.  Please include the words “Application to be a Witness” and your last name in the subject line of your e-mail.  In your cover message, please include a brief statement about why you are interested in taking part in this class; and attach your resume.

Students' applications will be reviewed by Professor Hecht, and he will notify students of his decisions by no later than Friday, September 9, at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time.

OPTION: Earn 1 Unit of LS 199 Course Credit for Supervised Independent Research with Professor Perry
Students who choose this OPTION have the opportunity to earn one unit of LS 199 P/NP course credit for their service as a witness in Professor Hecht’s Depositions class under the supervisor of Professor Perry.  In order to earn this supervised independent research credit, students will be required to do some additional readings on the civil litigation process and on the participant observation method, which are described below.  At the end of the semester, students selecting this option must submit a paper of at least ten pages in length, exclusive of notes and bibliography.  The requirements for the LS 199 course credit, offered by Professor Perry, are described below.
Requirements for LS 199 credit:
i.     Attend all six (6) class role playing sessions, and prepare for the role plays;
ii.    Take notes on what you did and what you observed, preferably in a small note pad, organized by the date of the session; and submit the raw, handwritten pages along with your final paper;
iii.    Read materials, posted on bCourses, on participant observation methods; and consider how those method(s) apply to your own experience;
iv.    Read two chapters, posted on bCourses, from Robert Kagan’s Adversarial Legalism: The American Way of Law, focusing especially on Chapter 6, which mentions depositions;  
v.    Papers will be graded on a P/NP basis by Professor Perry.
If you want to pursue this option, specify that in your cover message to Professor Hecht when you apply; and he will let Professor Perry know.  
14) Ukrainian Lang Classes
Ukrainian Lang Classes
Both courses are taught via synchronous online instruction in Fall 2022. Time conflict enrollment is not permitted.

Introductory Ukrainian language. Open to all; no prerequisites!
A literature course focusing on readings and other media in Ukrainian.
For those with prior Ukrainian language experience including heritage speakers.
L&S Breadth: International Studies
15) LinkedIn Advice
LinkedIn Advice
LinkedIn and Cold Emailing Tips by Sandalina Sattar (BS Business '22)
Have a strong LinkedIn title with your school name and/or a current/incoming employment experience

Your “About” section should NOT be a summary of your accomplishments, because that is what the rest of your LinkedIn is for. Try to make this unique. Tell a story, show your personality, etc. Try to use lots of spacing with short paragraphs containing 1-2 sentences each. This makes it much easier on the eyes.

When requesting to connect with people, make sure to attach a personal note (you can’t do this on mobile, desktop only). This highly increases your chances of being accepted into their network.

If you are recruiting for a competitive industry, email as many people as you can. 
Try your best to personalize each email as much as you can as well. 
Typically, you don’t want to attach your resume or ask for a referral/job. 
Politely ask them for their time for quick calls.
Keep emails short and to the point. 
Keep in mind that most professionals are very busy. 
If anything, they’ll open it on their iPhone and glance at it for 5-10 seconds before deciding whether or not they’re going to put in the time and energy to care about you. 
Make emails brief so that scrolling on the iPhone Mail app isn’t required to read your whole email. The less work they have to do, the better.
Read the full article here.
16) UD Units for Legalst
UD Units for Legalst
Effective Su22, the Legal Studies major now requires 30 upper div units for the major, rather than 32. Nice!
Nothing else has changed regarding requirements for the major.
This info was previously sent out on 5/19, 6/6 and 6/13.
17) Internship
This internship involves contributions to an endeavor that will lead to real, immediate, and lasting improvements to a system desperate for change. We are dedicated to improving the world for an endearing group that reciprocates with unconditional love. Namely, man’s best friend, Dogs. More precisely, dog rescue. We invite you to join us in our crusade to improve the lives of dogs, now and for the future. Our goal is simple, to strengthen our local communities, and reduce the negative impact on dogs by fostering change within the system. 
We will utilize the knowledge, experience, and skills that have gotten you to this juncture of your
undergraduate career, and we will build on those - challenging you, personally and professionally – while also being respectful of your time and conscientious of your goals. In the interview, expect candid and direct questions about your personal interest, as we believe that it is important not to waste your time and, as an overarching principal, we will not extend an invitation to you unless we are confident that we can deliver an experience to you in which that you gain more from the internship than you invest in it. Your commitment is not one that we take lightly.

What to expect from the charity and cause:
 Gain valuable exposure to niche legal environments, putting the skills to work that you have
honed in your pre-law program, as well as throughout a lifetime of learning, in arriving at this
point in your career
 Participating in a substantial and ongoing quest to ensure the safety of dogs
 Network with legal and business leaders across industries and develop relationships with
peers from other universities across the nation
 Invitations to broader organizational calls that are beyond the legal side - you learn as we
learn - as the initiative evolves and from our partners at Foley & Lardner
Primary responsibilities:
 Seeking students who can devote a minimum of 7 hours a week (up to a max of 25 hours)
 As a legal intern, you will play an integral role in researching and producing memos and
action on a variety of tasks
 Current pre-law student or recent graduate
 GPA of 3.0 or above preferred
 Strong research interest and prior work or internship experience in research-related fields is
a plus, yet not required
 Strong written and verbal communication and presentation skills
 Possess unimpeachable ethics
Note: This is currently an unpaid internship, though certain programs may award
school credit depending on specifics of your institution 

We strive to uphold the highest level of inclusion and diversity and have a no tolerance policy for departures from this commitment. At our core, we are teachers driven not only to improve the lives of dogs but also to create an enriching environment that fosters comradery, culminating in improving you.

Send us an email at Please include the typical resume as well as background as to why you believe that you would be a good fit and addition to the charity.
18)  LS 138 w/Dean Chemerinsky
LS 138 w/Dean Chemerinsky
If you haven't taken 138 yet, this would be a good semester to take it because Dean Chemerinsky is teaching it!
Hurry, Hurry!
We'll be giving away unused reserved seats when the Adjustment Period begins.