Semester-in-Practice: Government Lawyering - Washington, D.C. (C)

LAWJD745

The Semester in Practice is a one-semester clinical program. Students are required to apply and be accepted to the program before they may register. Through the Semester-in-Practice Program, a limited number of students may spend a semester working full-time for credit (10 ungraded credits) at an externship placement outside of Boston. The Program is designed for students who want an intensive hands-on experience - at an opportunity not otherwise available in Boston - furthering specific career and academic goals. Acceptance to the Program is competitive. In addition to securing an externship at a placement organization, students must complete a separate BU Law application available through the Clinical Programs Office. Through the Government Lawyering option, students may spend a semester working at a government office in Washington. Examples include opportunities with the staff of a Congressional committee or subcommittee, in the legal office of an administrative agency, or with a federal board/commission. COREQUISITE: Semester-in-Practice: Government Lawyering Paper (JD 746).
Fall 2016: LAW JD 745 , Sep 6th to Dec 8th 2016
SectionInstructorCreditsDaysTimeBuilding
A110ARRTBD - TBD
Spring 2017: LAW JD 745 , Jan 17th to Apr 26th 2017
SectionInstructorCreditsDaysTimeBuilding
A1Sean J. Kealy10ARRTBD - TBD