All students considering an externship should review the law school's Externship Policy, which governs the approval of externship placements and the requirements a student must satisfy to earn academic credit through an externship. The law school has also developed administrative procedures to give effect to the provisions of the Externship Policy. This page provides an overview of the curricular rules and administrative procedures that apply to externships.
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Through Villanova Law's Summer Externship Program, you can earn 3 academic credits by working during the summer in a judicial chambers, government office, non-profit organization, or private firm.
To be eligible for summer externship credit, you must attend the Summer Externship Orientation, which is held each May. Additional details about the Summer Externship Orientation will be posted as the summer approaches.