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Externship Program

Through participation in the Externship Program, students can earn academic credit for work with a nonprofit organization, a government agency, or a member of the judiciary. (LL.M. students may be eligible for the program on a case‐by case‐basis.)

  • Externship Program Information Session: March 24, noon to 12:50pm (Room – 3 BLB) 

Mandatory Externship Program Orientation

Students who will enroll (or believe they may enroll) in the Summer 2016 Externship Program must attend an orientation on April 28, 2016, in Room 53 TU2 (Multi-Purpose Room), from 12:00 PM – 12:50 PM.  (Please arrive on time, as there is much information to cover.)



How to participate in the Externship Programs

1. Secure a placement

  • Students apply directly to the nonprofit organization, government agency or judiciary chamber for their externship placement.
  • You should check with the placement for specific requirements and application deadlines.

2. Apply to one of the UHLC Externship Programs

  • Once a placement is secured, students can apply online to the Judicial Externship Program, the Government and Nonprofit Externship Program, or for a Criminal Practice Externship.
  • Students do not enroll themselves in the externship courses.

3. Meet the guidelines for academic credit and complete your placement

  • If your application is approved, you will be enrolled in the program.
  • In order to receive academic credit, students must pay tuition, attend the Externship Programs Orientation, submit the externship course assignments and complete the placement hours.