where in the world

United States  International 
Arlington, VA
Atlanta, GA
Asheville, NC
Austin, TX
Baltimore, MD
Boston, MA
Chicago, IL
Dallas, TX
Daytona Beach, FL
Detroit, MI
Des Moines, IA
Durham, NC
Florence, AZ
Gainesville, FL
Honolulu, HI
Houston, TX
Los Angeles, CA
Miami, FL
Minneapolis, MN
Montgomery, AL
Nashville, TN
New York, NY
New Orleans, LA
Newport News, VA
Newton, MA
Oakland, CA
Pittsburgh, PA
Providence, RI
Richmond, VA
Sacramento, CA
San Francisco, CA
San Jose, CA
Santa Fe, NM
Salt Lake City, UT
Springfield, MA
St. Louis, MO
St. Joseph, MO
Washington, DC
West Palm Beach, FL
Amman, Jordan
Bangalore, India
Capetown, South Africa
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Gurgaon, India
Hong Kong
Istanbul, Turkey
Lima, Peru
Melbourne, Australia
Mexico City, Mexico
Montreal, Canada
Naples, Italy
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Pune, India
Tel Aviv, Israel

This winter term, 130 students are travelling to 55 cities across the world to pursue clinical projects with a wide range of governmental agencies, non-profits and other organizations. Within the United States, students will be engaging in clinical work with placements such as the Attorney General Offices in California, Iowa and Virginia; organizations such as the Equal Justice Center (Montgomery, AL), World Bank (Washington, DC), American Civil Liberties Union (Honolulu, HI), and private entities such as the Brooklyn Nets and the National Football League.

Students can engage in clinical work with outside organizations through two avenues.  Students are given the opportunity to design custom and individualized clinical placements, in collaboration with their HLS faculty sponsor and on-site supervisors, through the Independent Clinical Program. This semester, these independent clinical students have designed a broad range of placements focusing on issues ranging from cyber-crime and public land management to issues related to the legal aspects of speeding the process of scientific discovery to health treatments.  Through the Externship Program, students can also participate in Externship Courses where students are able to take a course with our Externship faculty who have expertise in a particular area of the law like sports or criminal justice and engage in on-site clinical work at organizations in the field.

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Tags: Independent Clinical Program

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