Financial Services Law Internship
LAW BK 903
This course seeks to give students real world experience in the practice of financial services law by immersing them in the day-to-day operations of a law firm, financial services organization or regulatory agency. Students are expected to work under the supervision of a lawyer and a faculty advisor who will ensure that the students have a meaningful, relevant and rigorous experience. It is expected that the Internship will involve a minimum of ten hours workplace experience per week. The Graduate Progam will exercise its best efforts to arrange internships at local law firms, financial services firms, or governmental bodies. Participation is subject to availability of positions and a matching of student interests with the organizationsÂ¡Â¦ needs. Awarding of credits will be on a pass-fail basis and will not be included in the student's cumulative GPA. Credit will be based on reports submitted by the student. The internship is open only to full-time students who are enrolled in at least 6 other credit subjects during the semester in which the internship occurs. Unless waived by the Director, this course is open only to students who are studying for the concentration in Financial Services Transactions, for which it is a requirement.
SPRG 2013 Schedule
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