In-House Clinical Programs
The results for the Fall semester are in! They are posted
outside of room 600 or visit the Law
Offices News page.
Mexican Consulate of Chicago – Summer and
Students must have a proficiency in Spanish. The extern
will work at the Chicago office of the Mexican consulate
with staff attorneys. Externs will review case files and
take an active role in cases involving Mexican nationals
under the direction of a Mexican foreign service officer.
Externs may also answer calls from Mexican nationals, speak
with attorneys and other officials from local, state and
federal agencies. The extern may also be involved in doing
some legal research. If you are interested, e-mail Professor
as soon as possible to set up a meeting.
Illinois Attorney General's Office – Fall
The Antitrust Bureau of the Illinois Attorney General’s
Office is accepting applications for unpaid extern positions
for fall 2005. The Antitrust Bureau enforces both Federal
and State antitrust laws and has criminal as well as civil
enforcement powers. The extern will work directly with the
bureau chief and other attorneys in the bureau on legal
research, investigations, document review and the drafting
of correspondence and pleadings.
If you are interested, please contact Mr. Blake L. Harrop,
Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust Bureau, 13th Floor,
100 West Randolph Street, Chicago, IL 60601 (email@example.com),
and include a copy of your resume and unofficial transcript.
To receive credit, please contact Prof. Gross (firstname.lastname@example.org)
to set up a meeting.
Summer/Fall Externships in Family Law:
Cook County Domestic Relations Court
Open to students who have either taken Family Law or Family
Law Clinic or who will be concurrently enrolled in either
of these courses while doing the externship.
Enjoy this exciting opportunity to observe and participate
in the day-to-day operations of a busy domestic relations
courtroom and to assist the judge in researching law and
If you are interested, please contact Professor Gross
as soon as possible to set up a meeting and to submit your
resume and transcript.
Legal Externship Program
Summer or Fall 2005 Semester
Do you want to develop your legal skills, get practical legal
experience, see what it is like to work in a corporation,
firm or government agency and -- at the same time -- make
yourself more marketable to prospective employers? If so,
then consider doing a for-credit externship through Chicago-Kent’s
Legal Externship Program (LEP).
LEP is 4-credit hours, non-graded, and open primarily
to students in their last two semesters of law school and
to 2Ls with permission from Professor Gross.
Externs interested in civil law may select to work in
corporations, firms or government agencies, specializing
in such diverse legal areas as immigration, tax, commodities,
securities, health care, medical malpractice, or general
corporate law. Externs in criminal law may choose to work
with the States Attorney's Office, Public Defender's Office,
or the U.S. Attorney's Office. Some externships offer the
opportunity to obtain a 711 license and appear in court.
If you want to know more about available externship opportunities
or whether a specific legal volunteer opportunity enables
you to receive law school credit, please e-mail Professor
Vivien Gross (email@example.com)
to set up an appointment.
More information about Legal Externships and an accompanying
application form are available in the Law Offices reception
area, Room 600, and in the Career Services Office.
For a complete description of all clinical programs, please
visit the Law Offices' Home Page at http://www.kentlaw.edu/academics/clinic.