Fall Mini-Externship Fairs Connect Students with Employers in Business, Criminal Law, and Immigration

Fall Mini-Externship Fairs Connect Students with Employers in Business, Criminal Law, and Immigration

13 Sep, 2017

As part of the law school’s ongoing effort to assist students interested in growing practice areas, the Externship Program is sponsoring a series of mini-externship fairs again this fall. The fairs will connect upper level students with a wide range of employers – government agencies, nonprofit organizations, trade associations, courts, and firms working on pro bono matters – who are seeking externs and interns for upcoming semesters.

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Adjunct Professor Tanya Jones-Bosier: On Helping Law Students Become Lawyers

Adjunct Professor Tanya Jones-Bosier: On Helping Law Students Become Lawyers

19 Nov, 2015

Tanya M. Jones-Bosier is passionate about mentoring students who are at various levels of their educational careers. As a graduate of AUWCL, she aims to share her experiences as a law student and the lessons she has learned, and continues to learn, as an attorney. She recently returned to campus as an adjunct professor teaching an externship seminar in the Externship Program. In reflecting on her new role as a teacher, she shares what she hopes to impart to students.

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A View from Inside: Externships Offer AUWCL Students a Closer Look at Career Paths

30 Jun, 2015

For students looking to enhance their legal education through experiential learning, externships offer a unique opportunity. Whether placed at a federal government agency, administrative court, or non-profit organization students gain in-depth knowledge in specific areas of the law and work with leading attorneys in their field of interest. Those who participate in the Externship Program discover that in addition to performing substantive legal work, they can also use their on-the-job experiences to build their future.  

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