Legal Residency Program: For the spring 2014 semester, William Mitchell College of Law is developing two new courses: Criminal Law Residency and Family Law Residency. These courses are intended to give students in their final year of law school an opportunity for intensive practical training in the field. The Residency Program will include a weekly seminar, consisting of doctrinal and skills instruction related to the residency, and a 3-4 days-a-week residency placement.
Students: If you missed the Legal Residency Information Session Tuesday afternoon, you can access the information packet and the application at this link: http://web.wmitchell.edu/legal-practice-center/externships/independent-externships/. See Documents and Links box on the right for the following three documents:
1) Legal Residency Information Packet, 2) Legal Residency Application Questionnaire Instructions & 3) Legal Residency Application Questionnaire
If you have any questions, contact: Profs. Bryn, Sampsell-Jones (Criminal Law Residency), Ver Steegh (Family Law Residency), and Melissa Wright, Externship Director.