Cornell Law School's study abroad program offers students an opportunity to make a meaningful international experience part of their legal education.
Beginning in the spring of their second year, students may spend a semester studying at a law school in another country and earn credit toward the J.D. degree. Students have the chance to see law in a global context by engaging in comparative studies and putting what they learn into a broader perspective.
Studying abroad permits students to approach other legal systems and legal subjects from a non-U.S. perspective, preparing them for law practice that increasingly will include international and transnational work. It also enables students to learn about the law of countries in which they may have a particular interest.