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Long Dist Ext Supervis: Domestic & International (LAW-769-011)
Blumberg

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Notices

This seminar is ONLY for students who are externing OUTSIDE of the United States. This is a three credit class. IMPORTANT: This international long distance seminar 769-011 will meet at WCL on the following days/times: May 14, May 15 and May 16 from 1:00pm to 5:30pm and reconvene again at WCL for a three-to-four day intensive seminar during the week of August 19. Attendance is MANDATORY. REGISTRATION: There are three parts to registering for an international externship: 1) Go to http://www.wcl.american.edu/externship/international.cfm and turn in all necessary document and forms BEFORE APRIL 2) Register on-line for the seminar as you would for any class. 3) Register for the field placement by going to the Externship Page www.wcl.american.edu/externship and submit a Request for Approval, which generates the necessary forms.

Description

This is a three-credit, graded seminar. It is taken in conjunction with a field placement in a non-profit, court, government organization, or a private law firm doing pro bono work. The overarching goal of the course is to provide a framework for you to reflect on and learn from your externship experience beyond the substantive legal work you will be engaged in—including what it means to be a “student lawyer” from the U.S. working with lawyers and clients in the legal system of another country and/or international organization, and the ethical, socio-legal, and, for some -- depending on the country of placement – the political dimensions of transnational lawyering. Developing the capacity to reflect on and analyze your goals at this stage in your career will prove invaluable as you enter the profession after graduation.

Textbooks and Other Materials

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First Class Readings

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