As the spectrum of law opportunities expands, more students are exploring careers in government service at the federal, state and local levels where legislative and administrative policies are set. Recognizing this, the Center for Legislative Practice combines classroom study and hands-on experiences to help students understand law-making processes. Equipped with a thorough background of the legislative process, students are prepared to work for administrative or government agencies, to research and draft legislation, to represent businesses and organizations with government interests, or to work in a variety of other public policy-making positions.
Drake University Law School is ABA accredited, a charter member of the AALS and a member of the Order of the Coif.
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