Externships available for one or two credits include:
These externships are supervised work on legal or policy initiatives or litigation matters. Students research and write memoranda for a State of Israel Ministry official, Member of Parliament, or Supreme Court Justice, or for a lawyer at an NGO or university legal clinic.
These externships may be taken for one or two credits and may begin, by mutual agreement, as early as June and end as late as August. By ABA rule, a course in Lawyering Skills must be taken prior to or concurrently with the placement.
To find out more and apply for an externship in Israel, please contact:
Professor Neil Cogan
Director, Israel Study Abroad Program
"Really enjoyed it all, and loved the comparative law aspect intertwined in several of the classes."
— Student - Israel Study Abroad Program,