FME Law provides clinical externship opportunities in conjunction with law schools aligned with a law and economics curriculum.  Currently, FME Law has openings for students interested in administrative and freedom of information litigation.

Many law school externship programs are designed to allow students who have completed one-third of their legal education to perform work outside the law school, for academic credit, under the supervision of an attorney, law firm or law clinic.   Students interested in completing a supervised externship for academic credit should contact their schools externiship coordinator to determine their eligibility and thereafter contact us.

Current Externship Opportunities

Federalism Opportunities:

We seek two students to assist in litigating dormant Commerce Clause claims against states that export their renewable energy regulations beyond their own state borders. Students will conduct legal research and prepare sections of complaints, based on their research.

Research Transparency:

The Law Clinic has an active practice in exposing improper collusion between federal executive branch appointees and their political allies within the NGO community.  We seek students to draft Freedom of Information Requests and associated appeals and complaints

For more information on these externship opportunities, contact:

David W. Schnare, Esq. Ph.D.
The Free Market Environmental Law Center

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