- Taught by Robert Kepple and Erik Nielsen
- 5 credits (pass/fail) – offered Fall, Spring
- Students must intern in person at their placement; only incidental remote work is permitted.
- The course is open to students who have completed their first two semesters
The course is open to students who have completed the first two semesters of law school, but enrollment is limited and preference is given to students who have completed 43 credit hours and who would be eligible to appear in court for the State under the supervision of a licensed prosecutor. It is strongly recommended that students have completed Evidence prior to this internship.