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School of Law

Experiential Learning: Clinics, Externships, Practicum and Comprehensive Simulations

Experiential learning classes include live-client clinics, judicial or non-judicial externships, practica, or comprehensive simulations. A comprehensive simulation class is one in which the entire course is structured around one or more hypothetical legal situations. All experiential learning classes enable students to perform their legal knowledge, skills and values in a real or simulated  practice setting with intense, ongoing law school supervision and assessment.

Students who entered the School of Law before the Fall of 2014 must complete at least two credits of experiential learning. Students entering the School of Law in 2014 or thereafter must complete at least 6 credits of experiential learning, only 3 of which can be completed through a comprehensive simulation.   

Experiential Learning Courses:


Philip H. Corboy Law Center · 25 E. Pearson Street Suite 1203 · Chicago, IL 60611 ·
312.915.7167 · E-mail: law-registrar@luc.edu

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