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Under the terms of a formal agreement among student, individual faculty member, and supervising attorney in the field, students receive academic credit for legal field experience in a government agency, nonprofit organization, or private law firm engaged in pro bono activities. Over the course of the semester, the student and faculty supervisor meet regularly to discuss the progress of the externship. Each independent tutorial student must also complete a writing project.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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STUDENTS SHOULD PICK UP COURSE READER IN ROOM 310B
First Class Readings
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