295.8B sec. 1 - Judicial Externships: Bay Area (Fall 2014)
Instructor: Susan Schechter (view instructor's teaching evaluations | profile)
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Judicial Externships are the field placement components to the Judicial Externship Seminar (289A). Students may receive up to 10 units of academic credit for their work with courts, chambers, administrative law judges, and other judicially-related field work. Students line up their judicial externships and must receive approval from the Field Placement Director upon submission of a completed Field Placement Application. Students who are planning to be off campus full-time must also receive the approval of the Dean of Students. Once the application is approved, students will receive a course control number. Students may work between 16 hours/week (4 units) to 40 hours/week (10 units) for 14 weeks (224 - 560 hours). Judicial externships are expected to track the academic calendar. Students are directed to: www.law.berkeley.edu/179.htm for a copy of the Field Placement Application and to learn more about the Judicial Externship Program. The Field Placement Director is available to help students identify externships.
This course satisfies the Experiential Requirement.
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