A Practicum will involve experiential learning projects that are actively supervised and evaluated by individual faculty members. In addition to a faculty member, a supervising attorney may be involved. Faculty will assure the educational value of projects and students will meet periodically with their supervising faculty to discuss and review their projects. Students may receive either 2 or 3 credits for a Practicum. A Practicum will not satisfy the Law School's writing requirement or professional skills requirement, however, the supervising faculty member may seek a waiver in appropriate situations. Grading will be either a letter grade or pass/fail, at the discretion of the Professor and will be determined at the time of registration for the course.
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The Practicum is listed for information purposes only. Students have a Faculty member agree to supervise them and must submit a signed Approval form to the Registrar to request participation.