Loyola Law School Externship Program
Externships are unpaid, but students may receive up to 14 units of externship credit toward their total credits needed for graduation. Students may choose positions within judicial clerkships, public interest organizations, government offices and corporate legal departments. All positions will help them increase the skills they will need as practicing attorneys.
Externship positions are available in federal, state and local courts, departments and organizations. They include the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Small Business Administration, Internal Revenue Service, District Attorney's Office and many others.
During the externship, students will be involved in actual legal practice. It may include doing legal research, preparing documents, interacting with clients, and participating in courtroom procedure. The experience will help them to prepare for a career in law and establish important contacts in the legal community.
The location is usually in CALIFORNIA.
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