Externship Program | L5025

The program is designed to allow students the opportunity to gain experience working in legal programs of concern to the legal profession and community. Example placements include public defenders' offices; prosecutors' offices; the attorney general's office; legal service offices; judicial clerkships; and selected private firms. Externship Seminar: In conjunction with the above field placement each student shall meet in a seminar under the supervision of a member of the law faculty to explore common and contrasting areas of professional responsibility, professional tasks and skills, decision making and dispute resolution presented in the various extern settings.

Prerequisites: None.
Credit Hours: A maximum of 10 hours credit may be awarded for this program.
ULW: This course does not satisfy the Upper Level Writing requirement (ULW)


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