College of Law

Experiential Learning Requirement

Toledo Law offers a wide variety of experiential learning courses providing substantial instruction in professional skills, which are essential to your success as a practicing attorney. Law students are required to take at least 6 credits of experiential learning courses in clinics, externships, or simulation courses.

The following courses count toward the experiential learning requirement. Some on the list may no longer be offered but will count toward your requirement if completed in a previous semester. For a current list of available law courses, refer to semester schedules under Course Schedules & Grading.

Clinic Courses

  • LAWN 9510 Tax Controversy Clinic
  • LAWN 9520 Advanced Tax Controversy Clinic
  • LAWN 9710 Immigration Clinic
  • LAWN 9720 Advanced Immigration Clinic
  • LAWN 9910 Civil Advocacy Clinic
  • LAWN 9930 Advanced Civil Advocacy Clinic

Externship Courses

  • LAWN 9610 Externship
  • LAWN 9610 Public Service Externship
  • LAWT 9600 Corporate Counsel Externship
  • LAWT 9600 Mediation Externship

Simulation Courses

  • LAWI 9220 Civil Rights Litigation Simulation (formerly Constitutional Litigation)
  • LAWI 9840 International and Domestic Arbitration
  • LAWN 9000 Trial Practice
  • LAWN 9100 Negotiation Theory and Strategy
  • LAWN 9130 Criminal Law Simulation
  • LAWT 9600 Employment Law Drafting
  • LAWT 9600 Fair Housing Practicum
  • LAWT 9600 Juvenile Law Simulation
  • LAWT 9600 Marijuana Law and Policy
  • LAWT 9600 Pretrial Litigation
Last Updated: 3/22/23