INTERNATIONAL LAW CONCENTRATION : INTERNSHIPS AND CLINICAL PROGRAMS
All International Law Concentration students are encouraged to complete an Internship OR related Clincal Program as part of the Concentration.
- Internships must be approved by the Internship Director; the Administrative Director of Concentrations and the International Law Concentration Faculty Director(s). International Law internships may be completed either domestically or internationally through the International Internship Program assoicated with the law school through an agreement with the Center for International Legal Studies.
- The International Internship Program provides students the opportunity to participate, under faculty supervision, in the legal work of international non-governmental organizations, and the legal offices of business and government practitioners working on international legal issues. Three (3) course credits will be given for participation in the International Internship Program. No more than three (3) internship credits and no more than a total of five (5) credits of ungraded activities (including any internship) may be used towards satisfying the elective course requirements of the Concentration.
- All internships must be approved by the Director of the International Law Concentration and the Director of the Internship Program.
- The current Clinical Programs which may be used International Law Concentration credit are the Immigration Law Clinic and the Indian Law and Indigenous Peoples Clinic. Particiaption in these Clinics requires application and acceptance prior to the academic semester during which the clinical program will be taken. Click here for more information on clinical program application process. Students may apply up to four (4) credits from participation in these Clinics toward the elective course requirements of the Concentration.