Nicholas Espíritu

Nicholas Espíritu

Lecturer in Law
B.A. San Jose State University, 2001
J.D. UCLA School of Law, 2004

N. Espíritu

Voting Rights have once again become central to the public discourse. Claims of voter suppression and voter fraud are commonly made by differing political factions, and even the notion of the United...

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N. Espíritu

This course will cover the major topics dealing with barriers and protections for racial minority participation in the political process, including voting rights law, reapportionment, redistricting,...

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H. Motomura / S. Cheer / N. Espíritu

The Immigrants’ Rights Policy Clinic addresses broad-based, systemic issues of immigrants’ rights in a practical setting, with the emphasis on state and local engagement with immigration law and...

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