Community Property: the rights and obligations of spouses in the management and control, ownership, liability, and disposition of property acquired during marriage based on California law.
Constitutional Law: Constitutional powers of the Federal and State governments, the limitations of such powers, and citizens within United States jurisdiction.
Real Property: land ownership and transfer of interest, interactions between landlord and tenant, estates and conveyancing, land use, including private property rights and public use.
Wills and Trusts: execution, revocation, and revival of wills, and administration of private and charitable trusts and estates. Students draw up wills and trusts and follow procedures under California Law of probating a will dealing with future interests.