University of Southern California Gould School of Law Externships
Students may extern at a local entertainment or media firm such as Fox, MGM, Warner Brothers, Sony Pictures, Universal Music, and television networks like NBC and MTV. Externs work with other attorneys in legal departments negotiating talent agreements, writing license agreements, or assisting with other legal matters pertaining to the entertainment business.
Externs work a total of 56 hours at their externship during the semester. They are supervised by experienced attorneys who provide them with many law-related activities such as research as well as courtroom experience. The externship is unpaid but students are able to receive course credit for completing an externship.
Why not apply for an externship and internship?
All legal students interested in careers within the media or entertainment industries are encouraged to apply. Students accepted into the program will be expected to keep a bi-weekly progress report and submit a written evaluation of their experience at the end of the semester.
The location is usually in CALIFORNIA.
For more details, visit weblaw.usc.edu/why/academics/certificates/externship.cfm