Students must satisfy all of the requirements of the Externship Program in order
to receive credit for an externship. Failure to meet any of the requirements of
the Externship Program, including those established by the Field Supervisor and
the Faculty Supervisor, will result in reduction or denial of credit.
Perform all work assigned by the Field Supervisor in a professionally
responsible manner in accordance with the relevant Rules of Professional Conduct
governing the jurisdiction where the externship will take place
Meet with Field Supervisor weekly to review and evaluate work performance
Perform at least 30 hours of approved legal work for each credit student seeks
Perform all work assigned by the Faculty Supervisor, including submission of
written work, if assigned
Attend the approved seminar and satisfy the requirements to receive credit for
Arrange a site visit
The Student’s Final Report and Time Log and Field Supervisor Evaluation will be
given to the Faculty Supervisor for evaluation of the student’s performance.
A student may earn a maximum of 18 externship credits total. However, this
maximum may be further limited by the student’s other coursework choices. Please
Graduation Requirements for details.