At UB, we're serious about preparing practice-ready attorneys. That's why during your legal education here, you are required to complete at least 6 experiential learning credits, which allow you to gain experience while earning your law degree. Three credits must come from work in a clinic or an externship, helping real clients with real issues. The other 3 credits may come from work in a second clinic or externship, but you can also earn them by participating in a moot court or mock trial team or by taking a workshop or simulation course.
Hands-on learning is central to the UB School of Law's curriculum. We seek to ensure that each graduate is ready to make the transition from law student to law practitioner.
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