Pathway 2 is satisfied if you complete fifteen credits of experiential coursework, of which up to six “credits” can come from paid or unpaid “non-credit bearing summer employment supervised by an attorney in good standing in any state or territory of the United States or the District of Columbia.”
The employment "credits" are used solely for the purpose of meeting the Skills Requirement. They will not appear on your transcript and will not count towards your overall graduation requirements. A max of three (3) summer employment credits may be obtained in a single summer, and fifty (50) hours of work constitutes one summer employment credit.
This is the form that must be completed by you and your supervising attorney if you want to ensure that your summer legal employment counts toward Pathway 2. It is recommended that you alert your supervisor about this form and the supervision requirements during your first week of summer employment. Please submit your completed form(s) to the Registrar's office.