Curriculum Guide · Courses
LL.M. Externship Seminar
Professor Molly Jackson
LL.M Seminar 909 | 2 credit hours
The LL.M. Academic Externship program offers LL.M. students the opportunity to gain perspective on the legal system by seeing law in action, and to gain a deeper understanding of the law by integrating theory with practice. Students are permitted to work with a government agency, judicial officers, an international organization or other non-profit organization.
THIS COURSE DOES NOT COUNT TOWARD THE SPECIALIZATION CREDIT REQUIREMENTS FOR EITHER THE LL.M. DEGREES OR THE LL.M. CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS. Students must obtain prior approval to participate in the LL.M. Externship program. Students cannot register for this course on their own; registration is handled by the Office of Graduate Programs after a student has secured an approved externship. Applications and placement for the externships by the end of the add/drop period to Molly Jackson in the Office of Graduate Programs. Students who wish to drop this course must obtain permission from Molly Jackson.