Cumberland School of Law Externships
As an extern, students will work with experienced attorneys outside the classroom in areas such as judges chambers, corporate legal departments, government agencies and non-profit organizations. Externships are offered during the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters.
Students who work 120 hours per semester will earn two credit hours. Students begin by taking a one credit hour seminar on externships. They can then begin reviewing job opportunities for placement. A position within a government agency may result in an externship with the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Internal Revenue Service, National Labor Relations Board or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Externships may be local or take students to locations across the U.S. Every law student has an opportunity to participate. The externships are provided by Cumberland School of Law Center for Advocacy and Clinical Education.
The location VARIES.
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