If you are looking for a way to earn course credit while you extern in a non-paying
position, you've come to the right place. The Externship Program,
by the Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution at John Marshall, offers
several programs that allow students to develop essential lawyering skills
while working as externs with various agencies and members of the bench and
Every student can
benefit from participating in the Externship Program. Many students have commented that their externship experience was the
best thing they ever did while in law school. Having the
opportunity to work side-by-side with practitioners or for members of the judiciary is something
that can't be replicated
in the classroom.
is easy. Click on the links to the left. These guides will
walk you through the very simple process of securing a position, enrolling
in class, and receiving course credit.
Why wait? Let's
get you started on your first externship.