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LAW 1492 v00 : Externship II Seminar (J.D. Externship Program)

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Druthers submitted by: as4205
Summer 2020
JD Adjunct
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as4205 Singh, Amrita
kaa114 Austin, Kennisha
LAW 1492 v00: Externship II Seminar (J.D. Externship Program)
Externship II Seminar (J.D. Externship Program)
W 7:55pm-9:55pm
6/3, 6/10, 6/17, 6/24, 7/8, 7/15
Special Requirement


Students must have completed the required first-year program as a full-time or part-time student (per their student status) BEFORE their externship begins to participate in the J.D. Externship Program.

Students must have taken a prior externship seminar i.e., Externship I, Diverse Placements, or one of the subject matter externship seminars (Civil Rights, Environmental, Financial, Judicial, Policy and Legislative, or Prosecution) before enrolling in this course.

Students must obtain permission from the Experiential Education Office to participate in a second externship for academic credit. Students request permission through the externship application.


This seminar is only open to J.D. students participating in the J.D. Externship Program for the second time. If you are participating in the J.D. Externship Program for the first time, you must enroll in the Externship I Seminar.

The Externship II Seminar will be taught, via Zoom, using a distance learning model. If a student wishes to enroll in a distance externship seminar but will not have completed 28 credits or more by the beginning of the summer session, in advance of enrolling in the distance course, it is strongly advised that they review the rules related to distance education courses for the jurisdiction in which they intend to sit for the bar examination.


Students may not concurrently enroll in this course and a clinic, fieldwork practicum, or other externship course.

This course is mutually exclusive with the Government Lawyering (Fieldwork Practicum) and all prior D.C. Advantage practicum courses.

Would you like to offer the Pass/Fail grading option?

Does this course qualify as a "simulation course"?

Is this course available to distance students?

Is this a mandatory Pass-Fail course?


Personal Information


Amrita Singh is an Assistant Director in Georgetown Law’s Office of Graduate Careers. Prior to joining Georgetown Law, Professor Singh spent several years working for civil rights advocacy and education non-profit organizations primarily focusing on First Amendment religious freedom policy issues. Professor Singh obtained her J.D. at the University of Florida, Levin College of Law, and her A.B. in Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis.

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