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Solo and Law Firm Practice Pathway

The Solo and Law Firm Practice Pathway is designed as a guided curriculum that will prepare you for a career as a solo or law firm practitioner. A student who seeks to practice solo or work in a law firm will likely serve clients in a broad array of legal areas. Possible areas include corporate and commercial transactions, contracts, criminal law, disability, employment or veterans’ claims, criminal matters, family law and personal injury. In addition to honing your core legal analysis, research and writing skills, you should develop a basic knowledge about business.

Karrie Dodson Not only did I have the best support system with the faculty and staff, but especially so with my peers. It wasn’t a competition with my classmates. We knew that the more we all succeeded as a whole, the more we could give back to our communities and the field of law! more...

Karrie Dodson, ‘16
Associate, Maddox & Gerock, P.C..
Falls Church, VA
Brandon Wallace When law classrooms are filled with people from different cultural, economic, spiritual, geographical, sexual, and racial backgrounds, the result is a legal mind that has been challenged and is ready to take on the complexities of the legal field. more...

Brandon Wallace, ‘16
Founder & CEO, APEX Group LLC,
Washington, DC
 

Faculty Advisors

Professors Stephanie Brown, Tom Mack, and Laurie Morin

Curriculum

       

Community Service/Summer Fellowships/Externships

UDC Law has extensive connections with non-profit organizations and governmental agencies in the DC metropolitan region that provide students with the opportunity to spend a semester actually working in their chosen fields. For students who are planning to go into solo or law firm practice, placements at one of the many legal services organizations in the area provide a wealth of experience in housing, family law, public entitlements, wills and estates, criminal law, employment law, consumer law and other areas of general practice. The following are some examples of relevant placements students have obtained with legal services organizations:

 

more Calendar

1/18/2019
RESCHEDULED: Southern Border Advocacy Trip Debriefing

1/22/2019
Trauma: A Barrier to Academic Success in DC: A Community Conversation and Call to Action

1/26/2019
Washington Bar Association 16th Annual Career Fair

2/1/2019
2019 DC/Baltimore Public Service Recruitment Fair

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