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Judicial Internship

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Fall & Spring Semesters | Summer Session

Fall / Spring

Spring Course Description
Taught by Mary R. Crouter

3 or 4 credits (pass/fail) – offered Fall, Spring
This program is open to students who have completed their first two semesters.
Students must register for Law 179M and either Law 398J or Law 498J.

In the fall and spring, the Judicial Internship Program has two concurrent components: an internship with a court for 3 or 4 credits and a 1-credit course. Students are required to complete at least 180 or 240 hours of work (for 3 or 4 credits) in the internship placement during the semester. The 1-credit course meets weekly for an hour and a half and typically concludes several weeks before the end of the semester. Before applying to the instructor for approval to register, the student must secure an internship with a participating court in Austin.