ADR Clinics and Externships
The Mediation Clinic explores the role of attorneys as problem-solvers, particularly through the use of mediation and other out-of-court strategies to resolve disputes.
ADR Externships provide additional experiential learning opportunities for students interested in the field of alternative dispute resolution. In the ADR Externship program students are matched with government agencies and non-profit organizations to gain experience in a real world setting. Through the ADR Externship program, students earn academic credit in one of many ADR practice settings under the supervision of an attorney and a faculty advisor. Students may earn from 4-13 credits and engage in a classroom component that runs simultaneously with their externship experience. Students participating in the externship program must comply with University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law Externship Guidelines
. If you are interested in an ADR Externship, please contact Toby Treem Guerin at
Externships opportunities may exist at the following organizations: