The Externship Program provides learning opportunities for students placed with judges and lawyers in government and public interest organizations who have agreed to provide a mentored learning environment away from the law school. All externs are supervised by a law faculty member.
IMPORTANT PROGRAM INFORMATION
|Click here to listen to a short overview of the Externship Program.|
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|EXTERNSHIP ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS|
|EXTERNSHIP APPLICATION AND REGISTRATION PROCEDURES|
|FAQs for EXTERNSHIPS|
Law Practice Externships
Students work in a nonprofit or governmental agency or organization and participate in a seminar designed to provide an opportunity for structured reflection on the role of the lawyer. Click here for a list of Fall 2014 Law Practice Externship Opportunitites.
Click here for a listing of externship placements that provide students with the opportunity to represent clients in court.
Students work in various judicial settings and participate in a seminar designed to complement the individual work experience by providing structured reflection on many aspects of the roles of courts, judges and lawyers in society.
Click here for a list of Fall 2014 Judicial Externship Opportunitites.
Student Secured Externships
Students may secure their own judicial, public interest or private sector externship placement with prior approval. Please contact Marie Fletcher at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-782-1469 for more information.
Please view the EXTERNSHIP HANDBOOK for an overview of the policies and procedures relevant to the Western New England University School of Law Externship Program.
Orientation: Mandatory externship orientation will be prior to the first day of classes for the Fall sesmester. Orientaiton date has not been determined.
Application: The application process to apply for a Fall 2014 placement has closed.
Click here for a list of pre-approved Externship Placement Sites.
Questions? Contact Marie Fletcher at Tel.: 413-782-1469 or email: email@example.com.