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Experiential

Collaborative Projects

Collaborative projects are team-based courses in which students work to develop projects on live case
files. Often these courses are partnerships with other schools such as Business, Engineering, Medicine, Nursing and others.

Courses include

  • Entrepreneurship and new venture creation
  • Special projects in law, technology and public policy
  • Entrepreneurial urban development
  • Technology innovation and collaboration internship

Graduation requirement

Every student must take at least six credits in experiential coursework to graduate. Fortunately, we offer many experiential courses, which makes it easy for students to enroll in more than six credits during their legal education here.

Additional options are available through Clinics and Field Placements.