Georgetown Law Externships

Georgetown Law Externships
Externships are a great way for law students at Georgetown University to experience working in law within the public sector. Training external to the classroom is available through the unpaid externship program that allows students to work in various work environments.

Students accepted into the externship program may choose to work for the federal government, on the Hill, in judicial chambers, or in local or national non-profit agencies. Students must have completed one year of coursework before applying. They must also complete the course requirements in order to be eligible to participate in the program.

Students will receive three credits for working 165 hours, and two credits for working 110 hours. Summer externships are 6 weeks, and externships during the academic year are 11 weeks long. Students participating in the program will be required to prepare a final presentation about their experience in the program. Students will be graded on a pass/fail basis.

Georgetown University offers externships to law students in the Fall, Spring and Summer. Qualifying students may search for positions in government, judicial, and non-profit organizations as long as they are in Washington, D.C. and are not for-profit organizations.

The location is usually in DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

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