- Court procedure
- Chemerinsky was named by California Law and Business as one of the 10 most influential lawyers
- Chemerinsky was a commentator on the O.J. Simpson trial
- Why Church and State Should be Separate
- Legal Scholar’s Role in Charter Reform
Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, J.D., on constitutional law and court procedure, frequently argues appellate cases, including in the United States Supreme Court and the United States Courts of Appeals.
Chemerinsky regularly taught programs for state and federal judges throughout the country.
He is the author of several books, over 100 law review articles, and hundreds of essays in newspapers and magazines. He writes a regular column on the Supreme Court for Trial Magazine, California Lawyer, and the Daily Journal. Additionally, he regularly serves as a commentator for the media on legal issues, including serving as a legal consultant to CBS News. Chemerinsky was a commentator on the O.J. Simpson trial on TV, radio, and CBS News.
Taught at the University of Southern California Law School, DePaul University College of Law, Duke University, and UC Irvine.
Chemerinsky books (three of which having been printed in multiple editions), numerous articles, and a regular column on the United States Supreme Court carried by California Lawyer, the Los Angeles Daily Journal, and Trial Magazine.
President Clinton considered Chemerinsky for an opening on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
LAPD panel reviewing the Rampart Scandal
LA commission reviewing irregularities in LA city contracting.
Helped write the LA city charter.
Helped draft the Belarus constitution.
Served as a member of the Governor’s Task Force on Diversity
He has received many honors for his teaching including the “best teaching awards” from DePaul University and from USC Law School.
He has been given awards by the Asian Pacific Law Students at USC and the Black Law Students Association.
Books by Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, J.D.
- Federal Jurisdiction
- Constitutional Law: Principles and Policies
- Interpreting the Constitution
- Empowering Government: Federalism for the 21st Century
- Criminal Procedure