Pop-Up Practicums

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In addition to our excellent litigation, transactional, and advocacy clinics, we are one of the few law schools in the country that offers innovative “pop-up practicums”. A pop-up practicum is a short-term, practice-based experience responsive to student interest and faculty availability. The pop-up practicums are offered for a semester at a time, upon demand. They are intended to provide the flexibility to respond to opportunities for students to learn and engage with current legal issues aligned with our faculty's diverse expertise. The pop-up practicums give our law students the opportunity to work on real world problems by undertaking projects for private, public, and/or non-profit entities.

Possible pop-up practicum topics include Bioethics; Criminal Justice Reform; Cybersecurity; Entrepreneurship; Environmental law; First Amendment; Health Law; Immigration; Intellectual Property; LGBT rights; Police Reform; Presidential Power; Public Policy; and City Economic Growth.

For more information contact Associate Dean Michael Borden or Clinical Professor of Law Carolyn Broering-Jacobs .


 

C|M|LAW Launches ‘Pop-Up Practicums’ as a New Approach to Practice-Based Learning

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