Students intern with family law practitioners engaged in various professional roles such as mediator, collaborative lawyer, guardian ad litem and traditional practitioner in private and public settings. During the semester, externs will meet regularly as a group with the faculty supervisor. These two hour meetings will encourage critical analysis and reflection.
Students may be placed in existing externships or may locate and propose their own placement.
Prerequisite(s): Family Law and Professional Responsibility.
Family mediation placements require completion of the 44-hour Family Mediation course.
Credits: 1 or 2
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