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1.00 - 3.00 credits
Grading Basis: Graded
Students who have successfully completed the Center for Energy and Environmental Law (CEEL) field placement may, subject to instructor permission and the availability of an appropriate placement, extern for one or more additional semesters at the original or a different placement. The placement nship will conform to the requirements for individual field placements with respect to the number of fieldwork hours, the reporting of such hours, and faculty supervision and oversight, with the instructor serving as faculty supervisor. Prerequisite: Center for Energy and Environmental Law Field Placement (LAW 7844).