Externship Program - LAW 795

2 Hours

During the academic year a limited number of placements are available in federal judges’ and magistrates’ offices in Birmingham, Alabama. Students must work in their assigned judge’s chambers for a minimum of 120 hours per semester (at 8 hours per week); attend two class sessions (one 4-hour class session at the beginning of the semester and a second 2-hour class session at the end of the semester); and write a 15-page paper describing legal and/or ethical issues the student encountered during his or her externship. Students will observe pre-trial hearings and trials and research and draft memoranda. Students will be visited on-site by a faculty member. Pass/D/Fail.

**NOTE:  A student may take up to two externship courses for not more than 9 credit hours.

Spring 2019 Section 1&2
Professor Glory McLaughlin
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Fall 2018 Section 001
Professor Glory McLaughlin
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Fall 2016 Section 001
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Fall 2015 Section 001
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Summer 2015 Section 050
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Spring 2015 Section 001
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Spring 2013 Section 001
Professor Randy Quarles
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