The University of Georgia School of Law is opening an Atlanta campus next semester to give students more opportunities to gain real-world legal experience.

Starting in January, second- and third-year students can gain practical skills through full-time, unpaid externships with Atlanta courts, government agencies, nonprofits and businesses. Possible placements could be with the offices of the governor or the attorney general, the Georgia Supreme Court or the House Democratic Caucus, according to the law school.

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