The College of Law currently offers four in-house Clinics taught by full-time resident faculty members: the Civil Clinic, Criminal Clinic, Entrepreneurship Clinic, and Immigration Clinic. Clinic students gain insight into the legal and ethical responsibilities of both prosecutors and defense attorneys in criminal cases that will benefit students, regardless of the context in which they eventually practice law. Students are eligible to enroll in the Clinics once they have reached senior standing.Civil Clinic Criminal Clinic Immigration Clinic Entrepreneurship Clinic
Externships provide students with an opportunity to put the legal knowledge that they have acquired into practice while earning academic credit. The College has multiple established externships, but students also have the opportunity to set up externships that better suit their needs and interests.Externships Externship Policy
If you have an interest in practicing international law or working outside of the United States, the University of Nebraska College of Law offers you a world of opportunities – and then some. We have some of the most highly regarded professors in the nation in fields related to international and comparative law, and the world’s first degree-bearing law school program focused on cutting-edge space, cyber, and telecommunications law. We can help take you to heights you’ve never dreamed of – right here from Nebraska, the center of the nation.