Duke Law in DC: Federal Regulatory Reform, EXTERNSHIP INACTIVE
SUPERSEDED BY LAW 679 (FALL 2013) This is a semester-long externship engaging federal regulatory reform, with particular (though not exclusive) emphasis on financial services regulation, under the supervision and direction of Duke Law faculty, and practitioners. Students will reside in D.C. for the fall semester and will engage in substantial supervised externship projects at various agencies, and organizations in D.C. Students will also undertake a substantial written research project. An integral component of the experience will include a seminar on current and prospective reforms in federal regulation.
*This is a 9-credit course.*
Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.