Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Study Law in Alaska

Study Law in Alaska - 1Ls and 2Ls: Have you ever wanted to go to Alaska? How about this summer? Come learn more about our Study Law in Alaska Program at our information session on Tuesday, October 26 from NOON- 1:00 p.m. in the Courtroom. Students who have participated in the program during previous summers will also be there to share some of their experiences.

Students earn four course credits, gain significant legal experience, and spend the summer in beautiful Alaska. This innovative and very popular program provides internship and externship opportunities and the nation’s only substantive law course titled, “Alaska Natives and Environmental Law”.

• For more detailed information, please see the Study Law in Alaska Program website at: See what students who have participated in the program have to say on the testimonials page of the website. Please see below for an example of some of the places where interns and externs have worked in the past. We are currently in the process of adding more opportunities for this coming summer. Past employers for internships opportunities have included:

• Alaska Immigration Justice Project
• The Alaska Labor Relations Agency and the Alaska Workers' Compensation Appeals Commission
• Fortier & Mikko, P.C.
• The Native American Rights Fund
• The Municipality of Anchorage
• Judicial Clerkship with Judge Colleen Ray
• Judicial Clerkship with Judge Patrick McKay
• Judicial Clerkship with Judge Stephanie Joannides
• Judicial Clerkship with Judge Eric Aarseth
• Law Office of Robert D. Stone, LLC

For more information, please contact Stephanie Nichols at: