Externships are an essential part of your Oregon Law education—where you get real-world experience and practical skills useful in your career.
In an externship, you receive course credit for working for judges, in government offices, and with attorneys in various practice areas. You receive guidance not only from your supervisors at the job but also from law school instructors. Students can obtain externships as soon as the first summer of law school, for varying numbers of credits.
If you are in the bottom quartile of the class, please click here for details.
Please also review the Externship Program Rules and other resources.