The faculty supervisor is Professor Krieger unless otherwise noted. Students generally may take only one of the externship programs listed in this section. The Perspectives segment of the Prosecutor/Defender program is substantial throughout the semester. It includes daily reflective journals, regular reports, web-based discussions based on review of the Criminal Practice (Clinic) materials, and other interaction with the faculty supervisor. The total number of Prosecutor and Defender positions is generally limited to 20 in the Summer semester, 15 in the Fall, and 10 in the Spring. In combination with lottery, selection factors for the externships and Criminal Practice Clinic include commitment to the externship program and academic performance. Given the professional and collaborative nature of these programs, background information, unprofessional behavior, or indications of inability to work effectively and harmoniously with a broad range of persons are also factors in the selection process. In order to earn full credit, students must fulfill the learning objectives and methods for each program, and this will require the student to aggressively seek casework. Exceptional situations may necessitate extension of the program or relocation from the initial placement office to earn full credit.