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Externships

Through externships, students get out of the classroom and work in the field, handling real legal work under the supervision of an attorney-mentor. Students develop legal skills and substantive knowledge of the law, solve legal problems in real-life situations, learn daily activities of legal practice and engage in faculty-guided reflection to hone their skills and ability.

Our location in Seattle - a vibrant hotbed of technology, innovation, progressive policymaking, philanthropy and more - provides ample opportunities for externships. But our reach doesn’t stop at the Puget Sound. We offer a wide range of practice settings throughout the country and even abroad.

A public service externship of two credits or more will fulfill the graduation requirement of 60 hours of public service for students in the JD program. UW Law also offers students a wide range of experiential learning opportunities through the Clinical Law Program.

 

 

 

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