Tampa Prosecution Clinic

Credit Hours: 5
Overseeing Professor: Christine E. Cerniglia

About The Program

Students will actively participate in the criminal justice system and perform the functions of a prosecutor through all facets of prosecution, including filing charges, performing investigations, responding to discovery, and conducting jury and non-jury trials. Students will further develop core competencies in advocacy skills and substantive knowledge required to serve as assistant state attorneys through a combination of experiential learning and classroom instruction.

Placement Location

  • Tampa

Program Requirements

  • 213 hours per semester
  • Weekly classroom component
  • Multiple reflective papers