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Prof. Charles Calleros

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Professor

Local Address: Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Public Defense

Education

  • B.A. degree , Economics
    U.C. Santa Cruz
  • J.D. Degree
    U.C. Davis School of Law
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"One of the program's goals is ...
www.hnbf.org, 23 Feb 2010 [cached]
"One of the program's goals is to provide inspiration and guidance to high school students and their parents when the families and the communities may not provide many professional role models," said Charles Calleros, a professor at the College of Law who organized the mentoring effort. "These are bright, hardworking students who nonetheless might not appreciate the academic and professional opportunities available to them or might become discouraged before realizing their goals. Their student and attorney mentors provide examples of success to inspire them to stay on the academic track."
The four-tier mentoring program was created by the Hispanic National Bar Association, which launched it last September in several cities. Calleros is a member of the Association's national committee for the mentoring program, and he was determined to bring the HNBA program to Phoenix.
For several months, Professor Calleros laid the foundation of the Phoenix program by working through student and professional organizations of which he is a member and which are affiliated with HNBA: the Chicano/Latino Law Student Association and Los Abogados. He then broadened the program to other students, attorneys, and organizations, ensuring ethnically diverse role models for all of the high school participants . Most of the high school students are from the law magnet program at South Mountain High School.
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Calleros said the program works for participants at each step of the ladder to the legal profession: high school students are exposed to information about college; pre-law students learn about the law school admission process and the importance of taking challenging classes, and law students get an inside view of the practice of law with their attorney mentors.
It's also a positive experience for law students to see how far they've come. "Law school is a very competitive environment, and positive feedback doesn't come in generous quanitities," Calleros said. "Some very capable law students feel a little shell-shocked, but they are reminded of how talented and accomplished they are when they act as mentors and help younger students attempt to follow in the law students' footsteps."
On February 3, participants mingled over a pizza dinner at the College of Law, sponsored by the Hispanic National Bar Foundation and two law firms. After dinner, they met for about 30 minutes for some general information, then spent time in their groups getting to know each other. Many of the high school students were accompanied by their parents. "It's important for high school students and their parents to see people like them who are lawyers and law students," Calleros said.
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The college student later wrote to Professor Calleros in an e-mail that "this program is really fun and a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
HNBA :: Board Leadership
www.hnba.com, 7 Sept 2008 [cached]
Professor Charles CallerosHNBA :: Board Leadership
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Professor Charles CallerosSandra Day O'Connor College of Law Arizona State University P.O. Box 877906Tempe, Arizona 85287-7906(480)965-4761
charles.calleros@asu.edu
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Charles Calleros is President of HNBA Region XIV and is a Professor of Law at Arizona State University, where he teaches Contracts, International Contracts, and Civil Rights Legislation.Before beginning his teaching career, he clerked for the Office of Central Staff Attorneys for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco and for U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Procter Hug, Jr., in Reno.
Other volunteer/bar positions or affiliations.
Professor Calleros is a member of Los Abogados, an organization of Hispanic attorneys in Phoenix, and has taught annually in the Summer Law Camp sponsored by the Hispanic National Bar Foundation.
(Select or recent) Honors, awards, publications, speaking engagements.
He is the author of a textbook on Legal Method and Writing (5th ed.Aspen Publ.2006), a book on law student study techniques entitled Law School Exams: Preparing and Writing to Win (Aspen. Publ.2007), and numerous articles on discrimination, free speech, comparative contract law, and law school diversity and pedagogy.Professor Calleros has implemented the HNBA's four-tier mentoring program in Phoenix and regularly organizes or presents in law-related outreach programs for youth.
Licenses and certifications.
Education.
Professor Calleros is licensed to practice (but on inactive status) in California and Arizona.He earned his B.A. degree in Economics with Highest Honors at U.C. Santa Cruz in 1975 and his J.D. Degree with Order of the Coif from U.C. Davis School of Law in 1978.
Between 10 am and 2 pm, ...
www.hnbf.org, 23 Feb 2010 [cached]
Between 10 am and 2 pm, participants will hear from a panel of attorneys about the practice of law, will attend a legal method class taught by Professor Calleros, will mingle over lunch with law students, law faculty, and attorneys, and will receive information about community service, financial aid, and college and law school admissions. The free lunch for all participants, and bus transportation for the S. Mt. High School students, will be funded by a grant from the Law School Admissions Council.
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Students: Legal method exercises with Professor Calleros
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Charles Calleros, a law professor at Arizona State University, is organizing the pilot program and has recruited nine attorney mentors from Los Abogados, an organization of Hispanic attorneys in the Phoenix area. They are joined by four attorneys from other bar organizations.
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Professor Charles Calleros Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law Arizona State University P.O. Box 877906 Tempe, AZ 85287-7906 charles.calleros@asu.edu (480) 965-4761
Between 10 am and 2 pm, ...
www.hnbf.org, 9 Mar 2009 [cached]
Between 10 am and 2 pm, participants will hear from a panel of attorneys about the practice of law, will attend a legal method class taught by Professor Calleros, will mingle over lunch with law students, law faculty, and attorneys, and will receive information about community service, financial aid, and college and law school admissions. The free lunch for all participants, and bus transportation for the S. Mt. High School students, will be funded by a grant from the Law School Admissions Council.
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Students: Legal method exercises with Professor Calleros
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Charles Calleros, a law professor at Arizona State University, is organizing the pilot program and has recruited nine attorney mentors from Los Abogados, an organization of Hispanic attorneys in the Phoenix area. They are joined by four attorneys from other bar organizations.
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Professor Charles Calleros Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law Arizona State University P.O. Box 877906 Tempe, AZ 85287-7906 charles.calleros@asu.edu (480) 965-4761
Edlaw.org » Successful Pipeline Programs Author, Program, Contact List
edlaw.org, 3 July 2012 [cached]
Charles Calleros, Esq. charles.calleros@asu.edu Professor of Law, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ
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