Hands on Learning

Students practicing law in a courtroom

Hands on Learning

At James E. Rogers College of Law, we believe that the best legal education combines theoretical knowledge with practical experience. That's why experiential learning is at the heart of our curriculum. Hands-on experience is crucial for developing the skills and confidence needed to excel in the legal profession. We are committed to providing our students with a wide range of experiential learning opportunities that prepare them for success in their legal careers. Explore opportunities for BA and MLS students below, and discover how we can help you build a strong foundation for your future in law.


Clinics give students an opportunity to represent and advise real clients under the supervision of an attorney.


Internships give students exposure to a broad range of legal experience and lawyering tasks under the supervision of a lawyer or otherwise qualified individual.


Simulations allow students to apply advocacy skills using Arizona Laws and Court Rules within a controlled environment with a fictional client.