College of Law

Experiential Learning Requirement

The development of professional skills is essential to success as a practicing attorney. Toledo Law offers a wide variety of experiential learning courses providing substantial instruction in professional skills, including clinics, externships, and simulations.

Students entering in Fall 2016 or after must take at least six credits of Experiential Learning courses, of which at least four credits must be in a clinic or externship (the remaining two credits can be completed in a simulation course).

Students entering in or after Fall 2014 but before Fall 2016 must take at least six credits in professional skills courses, of which at least four credits must be in clinic or externship courses

The following courses will count toward the experiential learning requirement:

Clinics and Externships

LAWN 9410 Dispute Resolution Clinic
LAWN 9420 Advanced Dispute Resolution Clinic
LAWN 9610 Public Service Externship
LAWN 9910 Civil Advocacy Clinic
LAWN 9930 Advanced Civil Advocacy Clinic
LAWN 9940 Children's Rights Clinic
LAWN 9950 Advanced Children's Rights Clinic
LAWT 9510 Tax Controversy Clinic
LAWT 9520 Advanced Tax Controversy Clinic

Simulation Courses

LAWI 9220 Constitutional Litigation
LAWN 9000 Trial Practice
LAWN 9100 Negotiation Theory and Strategy
LAWN 9110 Advanced Trial Practice
LAWN 9130 Criminal Law Simulation
LAWT 9600 Employment Law Drafting
LAWT 9600 Employment Discrimination: Lab
LAWT 9600 Social Media Discovery

Last Updated: 7/15/19