Real Cases. Real Experience.
This course has different requirements in the fall/spring semester than it does during the summer, so please be sure to review the appropriate information.
Spring 2014 Course Description
Taught by Lucy Wood
4 credits for internship and accompanying class (graded pass/fail) - offered Spring 2014.
This course is open to students who have completed their first two semesters.
Students must register for a total of 4 credits.
A student may not enroll in any internship course more than once. Four internship courses are linked: Government Internship, Health Law Internship, Nonprofit Internship, and Nonprofit/Government Internship. A student who completes one of these four internship courses for credit is not permitted to receive credit through another one of the courses for a second internship at the same type of placement (i.e., government or nonprofit office). Please contact Associate Dean Eden Harrington by email (email@example.com) with any questions about eligibility.
Summer 2013 Course Description
Taught by Tina Fernandez
3 credits (pass/fail) – offered Summer 2013
This program is open to students who have completed their first two semesters.
Students must register for Law W397R for a total of 3 credits.