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Applied Legal Experience, Research, & Technology (ALERT) Program

The Applied Legal Experience, Research, & Technology (ALERT) Program is a non-credit program that provides students with additional opportunities outside of the College of Law’s curriculum to learn advanced legal research and technology skills.  By completing the program, students can demonstrate to potential employers a desire to obtain practice-ready legal research skills and an ability to hit the ground running.


ALERT Sessions

Four 45-60 minute sessions are offered each semester. Completion of a session includes both attending or watching a session, and completing the associated quiz on the ALERT iCollege page.


ALERT Spring 2021 Schedule

  • Session 1: Transactional Tools & Practice Pages - Prerecorded session on ALERT iCollege page
    • Available on January 18, 2021
  • Session 2: Advanced Searching - Prerecorded session on ALERT iCollege page
    • Available on February 1, 2021
  • Session 3: Legal Forms - Prerecorded session on ALERT iCollege page
    • Available on February 15, 2021
  • Session 4: Researching Employers & Interviewers - Prerecorded session on ALERT iCollege page
    • Available on March 1, 2021

Completion Requirements

Students will have their entire law school career to complete the program. Students will be recognized at Awards Day for completion and also receive a digital badge immediately upon finishing each level. Online and in-person sessions count towards this total number. The levels of completion are as follows:

  • Completion with Distinction - 6 sessions completed
  • Completion with High Distinction - 8 sessions completed
  • Completion with Highest Distinction - 10 sessions completed

For more information, see the ALERT webpage. The ALERT Program also has its own iCollege page. Contact Patrick Parsons with any questions.

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