This externship course enables students to gain practical experience in corporate and regulatory entities related to the financial services industry.
With this placement, students will meet once every other week in a specialized seminar focusing on the limits on U.S. business in employment of foreign nationals.
This course includes a placement with a federal judge or a state court judge in New York City or surrounding jurisdictions with a related seminar.
This externship experience is comprised of an externship placement with a mentor attorney at a law office and a co-requisite seminar.
The Gotham Honors Externship in NYC is a full semester offering and will provide a hands-on complement to conventional courses in public law and related areas. It will connect academic learning and abstract thinking to practice, providing unparalleled lawyering experience in some of the City’s fast-paced, mission-critical agencies and/or firms.
This field placement and co-requisite seminar on state and local government expose students to the practice of municipal law.
This externship offers students a placement in a nonprofit or government agency that uses restorative practices or principles in their work, usually as one of the tools or approaches in their work in a legal or legal-adjacent area.
In this placement, students will learn how to conduct factual and legal analysis, draft pleadings, and represent clients in securities arbitration proceedings before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority under the supervision of experienced attorneys.
The Honors Externship in Washington, D.C. is a full semester placement and will provide a hands-on complement to conventional courses in public law.