Cornell Law School: Study Abroad
For those wishing to study abroad during law school, Cornell offers a variety of options. From the Paris Summer Institute to semester abroad, students gain a global perspective of legal systems.
Cornell Law School has a long history of, and strong institutional emphasis on, international and comparative legal studies.
A summer, semester or longer (in the case of our dual-degree programs) of study abroad permits students to approach other legal systems and legal subjects from a non-U.S. perspective. It also provides access to courses and faculty that are not available at Cornell Law School on a regular basis and it affords students the invaluable experience of living and studying in another culture.
Students seeking a broader international experience should consider an International Dual Degree or Internship.