Internships, Clinics & Fieldwork
The Marquette University Law School offers an upper level curriculum that is both rich and diverse in its offerings. Its components include traditional classroom courses, seminars, workshops, perspectives and advanced legal research courses, clinics and internships, directed studies, laws reviews and moot courts, etc., each contributing in its own way to your legal education and formation as a lawyer. When planning a course of study for the remainder of your legal education, you ought to consider how each of these curricular components can best serve your needs. Planning is essential so that you can maximize the benefits you derive from the curriculum, take care of satisfying degree requirements and course prerequisites, and otherwise develop the competencies you will need as a lawyer.