JUDICIAL EXTERNSHIPS: SPRING 2008 SEMESTER
Judicial Externship is a 4-credit hour Pass/Low Pass/Fail program open to students who have completed at least their first full year of law school and want to do legal research and writing for a federal appellate, district or magistrate judge or a designated Illinois appellate or circuit court judge.
Judicial Externship enables a student to become involved in particular legal problems through research and writing, and to contribute to the resolution of those problems by writing memoranda and drafting opinions. Depending upon the judge, an extern may have the opportunity to observe the day-to-day routine of a judge and discuss with the judge or the judge's law clerk those legal problems which attorneys face in their profession, as well as the specific problems confronted in the courtroom.
On Tuesday, October 2, 2007, at 12:00 p.m. in Room
580 there will be a meeting for students who are interested
in externing for one of the designated judges for the Spring
2008 Semesters. Professor Vivien Gross will describe the
kinds of experiences a judicial extern will have in the
course of a semester, as well as how to apply for a judicial
Take advantage of this prestigious learning opportunity while enhancing your marketability in the legal world. If you are interested in a judicial externship but are unable to attend the meeting, please see Professor Gross in Room 617.
Applications for the Spring Judicial Externships will be available both in the Law Offices reception area (Room 600), and in the Career Services Office as of Tuesday, September 25th.
Completed applications should be submitted to Ms. Carole
Ross, Secretary to Professor Gross, Room 612 of Law Offices,
by Monday, October 15th, at 5:00 p.m.
For a complete description of all clinical programs, please
visit the Law Offices' Home Page at http://www.kentlaw.edu/academics/clinic.