Levin College of Law

Conservation Clinic

The Conservation Clinic offers students the opportunity to learn and gain valuable experience while working on compelling conservation challenges. Under the supervision of Director Tom Ankersen, law and graduate students work in teams for clients such as not-for-profit organizations, community organizations, state and local governments, and even international organizations.  Students learn to work within interdisciplinary teams to achieve results that require a collaborative effort.  Issue-oriented field trips are a staple of the clinic semester.

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Summer Clerkships and Internships

ELUREL students are placed in summer clerkships and internships throughout Florida, the United States, and in other countries.  Students work for law firms, federal, state, and local governments, as well as non-governmental organizations and corporations.  Faculty work with students to assist them in finding summer placements within their area of interest.  Fellowships may be available to assist financially with summer placements.

Semester in Practice Program

Since the inception of the Semester in Practice Program, ELUREL students have spent semesters during their 3L year working for a variety of environmental and land use government and non-governmental organizations, as well as private law firms and companies.

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