5415 Government and Nonprofit Externship II (Name in PeopleSoft will appear as “Clinic Externship II”) - BONADERO- 12417
Erma Bonadero (CLINICAL FACULTY)
Course Areas: Practice Skills - Clinics and Externships
Time: ARRANGED Location:
Course Outline: Well in advance of the semester in which they want to work, students should secure their field placements at either a nonprofit organization or government agency. A list of preapproved placements is located on the Externship Program’s webpage. If the placement which a student wishes to work for credit is NOT on the list, s/he must seek approval from the Externship Director before accepting an position at that placement. (Students working at law firms, even on a volunteer basis, cannot receive credit under ABA accreditations regulations.)
Once a student secures a position, s/he must apply to the program at www.law.uh.edu/clnic. Students should not attempt to enroll themselves in the course via PeopleSoft. If you’re approved, the Externship Director will enroll you via the Student Services Office.
Students taking an Externship II course have necessarily already completed Externship I; consequently, s/he does not need to attend an orientation prior to starting work. However, Externship II students must still comply with all other externship requirements (time logs, journal entries, completion of evaluations, and possibly a face-to-face meeting with the ED.)
Requires student to work at placement for a minimum of 240 hours over the semester
Course Syllabus: Syllabus
Course Notes: Time: Work days/hours to be determined between student and field placement supervisor.
Location: Work to be done at field placement site.
Prerequisites: Yes - Satisfactory completion of Externship I, good academic standing, no honor code violations, and approval of instructor.
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Final Exam Schedule:
This course will have:
Satisfies Skills Course Requirement: No
Satisfies Senior Upper Level Writing Requirement: No
Course Materials (10/28/2014 4:58:56 PM)
No book required for this course