Charles Calleros
Professor of Law


Charles Calleros’ research interests include international and comparative contract law; international conflict of laws; the intersection of free speech with race and gender discrimination; and various issues regarding legal education. At ASU, he teaches Contracts, International Contracts, Civil Rights Legislation, and Legal Method and Writing, using his own published textbooks for Contracts and Legal Method and Writing. At the Universite Paris Descartes, he annually teaches short courses in Common Law Legal Method, Comparative and International Contracts, and International Conflict of Laws.

Professor Calleros is a member of the American Law Institute.  In addition to earning several teaching awards over the years, received the ABA’s Spirit of Excellence Award in 2011, and received an award in 2010 from the Arizona State Bar Committee on Minorities and Women in the law for his work in mentoring programs and outreach to youth in the community. Prior to joining the College faculty in 1981, he clerked for Circuit Judge Procter Hug Jr., of the U.S. Court of Appeals. Professor Calleros is past-President of Region XIV of the Hispanic National Bar Association.

Professor Calleros is a co-founder and drummer in a rhythm-and-blues band, The Repeat Offenders.


Selected Works

Contracts: Cases, Text, and Problems (Carolina Acad. Press 2014, 4th ed. (Digital Book)).

Legal Method And Writing (7th ed., Wolters Kluwer 2014).

Law School Exams: Preparing and Writing to Win (2d ed., Wolters Kluwer 2013).
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Toward Harmonization and Certainty in Choice-of-Law Rules for International Contracts: Should the U.S. Adopt the Equivalent of Rome 1?, 28 Wis. Int'l L.J. 639 (2011).
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Punitive Damages, Liquidated Damages, and Clauses PĂ©nale in Contract Actions: A Comparative Analysis of the American Common Law and the French Code Civil, 32 Brook. J. Int'l Law 67 (2006).
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Assistant: Suzanne Lynn

Curriculum Vitae

B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz (1975)

J.D., University of California, Davis Law School (1978)