Our Externship Program provides second-year (2L), third-year (3L) and domestic LL.M. students an opportunity to gain practical legal experience by working with local, national, and international corporations, government agencies, public interest organizations and the judiciary for academic credit. Students gain practical legal experience by working under the supervision of lawyers, which is supplemented and enhanced by a corresponding academic course.
In order for a student to participate in and receive academic credit for his/her participation in the Externship Program, the student must:
All externship placements are subject to the approval of the Miami Law Externship Program Committee.
If you are interested in participating in the Externship Program, please contact Sajani Desai of the Career Development Office at email@example.com.
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Summer 2015 Session of the Externship Program
A student who secured his/her own legal internship and would like to submit it for approval will be required to follow the steps on the CDO Fact Sheet (due on or before before Monday, May 4, 2015)
Summer 2015 Student-Agency Agreement (due on or before Tuesday, May 26, 2015)
Quick points for the Summer 2015 Externship Program:
To earn 3 credits, a student must work at least 200 hours at an approved externship placement and complete the Externship Program Course. There is no 6 credits-option during the summer semester.
The Externship Program is an academic program. In addition to completing the work hour requirements at an approved externship placement, a student will be required to attend the academic course attached to this program. Based on a student’s placement, he/she will be assigned to an externship section. Students will be notified at the time of enrollment of his/her assigned section.
The academic course for each section will be administered online which will include a research component, written assignments, and interactive modules.
Policies attached to the Externship Program: