Student Exchange Programs
In This Section
- Public Interest Low-Income Protection Program
- Legal Information Institute(LII)
- Law Library
- Jack G. Clarke Institute for the Study and Practice of Business Law
- International and Comparative Legal Studies
- Student Exchange Programs
- Avon Global Center for Women and Justice
- Clinical Education Programs
- Moot Court Program
Exchange programs offer unique opportunities, especially in terms of an educational experience that can occur just once and in a particular place. Cornell Law School maintains student-exchange partnerships with more than a dozen law schools around the world, including the University of Heidelberg, Keio University, University College London, University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, and Peking University Law School in, respectively, Germany, Japan, England, France, and China. A complete list of Cornell Law School's student-exchange partnerships is available here. A description of the student exchange program between Cornell Law School and the Buchmann Faculty of Law at Tel Aviv University appears below.
Tel Aviv Student-Faculty Exchange
Each spring semester, Cornell Law School can send as many as four students to attend classes at the Buchmann Faculty of Law at Tel Aviv University, the largest law school in Israel. This exchange program exposes Cornell students to Israeli culture and gives them an opportunity to attend classes taught in English by Israeli law professors and study with law students from Israeli and many other countries. Other law schools participating in similar exchanges with Tel Aviv University include Michigan, Penn, Bucerius (Hamburg, Germany), Odessa, Monash (Melbourne, Australia), and Seoul National University.