The University of Miami School of Law has two externship options for skill building and practical, hands-on opportunities outside of the scope of the regular law school classroom.
Our expanded CDO Externship Program allows students to obtain academic credit while working in a real world legal setting. The Externship Program offers national and international externships with corporations, government agencies, public interest organizations and the judiciary. The program is designed to enhance the educational experience of students by giving them an opportunity to do advanced legal work that generally is not available through the law school's curriculum.
In addition, the unique Litigation Skills Externship Program provides students with the opportunity to apply the trial and pre-trial skills learned during the Lit Skills I course in a live client setting. In these externship placements, students may represent clients in criminal and civil matters and argue cases in Circuit, County and Federal courts under the supervision of practicing attorneys.
The Idea of the Hospital
This interdisciplinary course is taught by professors from eight distinct disciplines across the University of Miami and gives students an exclusive opportunity to study the multiple perspectives within which we view, think, and work in hospitals. More
This academic model brings together students, faculty, practitioners, and entrepreneurs from around the country and the world to explore innovation in legal education and practice. More
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