At Tulane Law, experiential courses and programs help students integrate theory and practice locally, nationally, and around the globe. Through clinics, externships, boot camps, practicums, labs, and pro bono opportunities, students build skills, gain mentors, choose a career path, and cultivate a lifelong commitment to public service.
In Tulane Law Clinics, student attorneys practice law and represent clients under the supervision of expert Tulane faculty members, ensuring access to civil, criminal, and environmental justice.Learn More
Labs and Practicums offer live-client experiences under supervision of adjunct faculty practitioners.Learn More
In our externship program, students gain real world experience in a variety of practice settings working with field attorneys and performing complementary coursework with Tulane faculty members.
In our simulation courses and boot camps, students gain hands-on skills.Learn More
As the first U.S. law school to require mandatory pro bono service, community engagement in the public interest remains an essential part of our mission. Experiential Learning has been a cornerstone of Tulane Law for decades, even as the school provides an ever-expanding array of skills and opportunities.Learn More
The Office of Experiential Learning supports our experiential learning program.Learn More