Civil Field Placement in International Practice
Full-time: 12 Credits ; Part-time: 8 Credits
In recent years, the practice of law has become increasingly dominated by global concerns. Students enrolled in the Civil Field Placement in International Practice explore key issues involving both public and private concerns, such as the impact of treaties, peacekeeping and human rights, intellectual property, and practical applications of international business regulations. Some field placement interns may be placed with international organizations devoted to humanitarian efforts. Others might serve as interns in private law firms that specialize in international business law or students may choose to work in the area of immigration.