BUSINESS LAW & FINANCIAL SERVICES CONCENTRATION: INTERNSHIPS AND CLINICAL PROGRAMS
All Business Law and Financial Services Concentration students are required to complete an Internship OR related Clincal Program OR Practicum Course as part of the Concentration.
- Internships must be approved by the Internship Director; the Administrative Director of Concentrations and the Business Law and Financial Services Concentration Faculty Director(s). Business Law and Financial Services internships must be completed in a public or private placement which is concerned with some aspect of business, corporate, finance and/or tax law.
- The current Clinical Program which may be used to satisfy this requirement for the Business Law and Financial Services Concentration is the Investor Advocacy Clinic. Particiaption in the Investor Advocacy Clinic requires application and acceptance prior to the academic semester during which the clinical program will be taken. Click here for more information on clinical program application process.
- Click here for a listing of the current Business Law and Financial Services Practicum Course offerings.
|Students may apply up to four (4) credits from participation in an Internship OR the Investor Advocacy Clinic toward the elective course requirements of the Concentration.