Programs

Washington, D.C. Externship Program

The Washington D.C. Externship Program allows students to spend a semester working in Washington D.C. with a government, non-profit, judicial placement or advocacy organization. Students are able to earn 12 units through this program.

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Agency Internship

The Agency Internship Program allows students to earn between one and three academic credits for working in a law related internship position at a public interest or government agency in Southern California during the school year or the summer.

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Agency Externship

The Agency Externship Program allows students to earn between one and three academic credits for working in a law related externship position during the summer academic term in a public interest or government agency outside Southern California.

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Corporate Counsel Internship Program

The Corporate Counsel Internship Program allows students to receive up to three academic credits for working in the legal department of a corporation, company or other business entity. The program provides students the opportunity to observe first-hand the operations of a corporate legal department and to gain an understanding of the legal issues addressed by corporate counsel.

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Entertainment, Sports and Intellectual Property (ESIP) Internship

The Entertainment, Sports and Intellectual Property Internship Program consists of a work component and a class component and allows students to earn between one and three academic credits for working in a law department of an entertainment or sports industry company, talent guild or trade association, or in the intellectual property law department of a company or trade association.

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Administrative Hearing

The Administrative Hearing Program of the Law School provides a neutral forum for citizens of San Diego, as well as visitors, who contest California Vehicle Code and San Diego Municipal Code violations. 

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Judicial Internship

The Judicial Internship Program allows students to earn academic credit—typically between four and six credits—for working with judges in state or federal trial or appellate courts.

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Contact:

Law Student Affairs
Warren Hall, Room 218
Phone: (619) 260-4651
Fax: (619) 260-7715

Hours

M,T,Th,F: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
W: 9:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.