POL 471 Seminar and Internship Program in Law

Students attend a weekly seminar on legal problems and serve from eight to ten hours a week as legal interns. The seminar provides a structured program to relate individual student experiences to one another and to broaden intellectual issues. The internships are generally in areas in which lawyers are particularly understaffed, e.g., in Legal Aid offices, social service agencies related to courts, complaint bureaus of consumer affairs agencies, and investigative offices of district attorneys. 

Credits:

4

Hours

4

Requirement Designation

Regular Liberal Arts

Prerequisite

Instructor's permission. Recommended: One or more law-oriented courses. (Limited enrollment.)