Legal Studies Practicum
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Goals: To apply the concepts and principles previously learned in a practical working environment under the supervision of a lawyer and/or an experienced paralegal (legal assistant). Content: A 150-hour apprenticeship in the performance of the duties of a paralegal in one of the typical settings for members of the profession; hands-on production of drafts and collation of legal documents under experienced supervision and guidance; attendance at weekly seminars, designed to tie experiential and academic experiences together and to ensure adequate preparation for entry in the profession. Taught: Every semester Prerequisites: LGST 1110, LGST 1250, LGST 3520, and four other credits of Legal Studies coursework. (Students need to secure an internship before the semester in which they are taking the class and doing the internship.) Note: Legal specialty course. Credits: 4 credits
Kosieradzki, Jeanne, "LGST5900-01.Legal Studies Practicum.Su15.Kosieradzki,Jeanne" (2015). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 5443.