Fall 2012 Section 001
Law 321: Supervised Externship-Fall/Spring

Schedule: Day Class
Wooldridge, Robert
Credit Hours: 3
CRN: 80449
Day(s): To be announced
Location: TBA
Time: -
Enrollment Limit: Please see Patriot Web
Online: Online access through TWEN
Syllabus: Go to syllabus
Course Documents:
Exam Date/Time: no exam-2012
Prerequisites: None
General Description: Entails 180 hours of supervised fieldwork in a private law firm or a federal or state agency in Virginia, Maryland, or the District of Columbia. The participating offices are selected on the basis of interest and ability to provide the student with a sound educational experience under the supervision of an agency attorney or judge. These legal offices cover diverse subject areas to meet the interests of most students. Recent placements include the U.S. Attorney in Alexandria and the District of Columbia, legal divisions in the Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Claims Court, Department of the Interior, and General Services Administration. Students also are required to attend a minimum of two tutorials over the course of the semester (tutorial dates to be determined by the course instructor). All credits are considered "out-of-class," and the course is graded "CR". For more information about the program's requirements and application process, please see the Externship Information Packet. For more information on the role and responsibilities of a Supervising Attorney in this program, please see Guidelines for Supervising Attorneys.