Thursday, March 28, 2019

A Truly Relevant Undergraduate Course: Crime and Justice in the Borderlands

Here is an undergraduate class for students interested in immigration.  And this website documents the experience.

12 Cal State Fullerton juniors and seniors recently participated in Professor Robert Castro’s “Crime and Justice at the U.S.-Mexico Border,” a winter session course that explores how justice is rendered at the borderlands and that lets students explore the challenges facing immigrants, law enforcement and the legal system as they intersect on the matters of the border and immigration.

Castro, professor of criminal justice at Cal State Fullerton, combines classroom teaching and online assignments with an immersive study-away experience that gives students a front-row seat to the operational realities and impact that national policies have on communities on both sides of the border.

I wish that I could have taken this course!

KJ

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/immigration/2019/03/an-undergraduate-course-crime-and-justice-in-the-borderlands.html

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