Law Schools - Study of Law Abroad
Study of Law Abroad
- ABA - Foreign Study Abroad Law Schools
Standard 307 provides that a law school may not grant credit toward the J.D. degree for studies in a foreign country unless those studies are approved in accordance with the Rules of Procedure for Approval of Law Schools and Criteria adopted by the American Bar Associationís Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.
- How to Get a Law Degree Abroad
Studying abroad not only looks impressive on a resume, but is also beneficial to a student, no matter what kind of degree you are pursuing. In certain fields though, such as international law, spending time abroad is especially important in order to gain hands-on experience. There are celebrated foreign law schools for all specialties, and along with offering shorter programs, getting a full law degree abroad is also possible.
- Legal Study Abroad Headquarters
The Legal Study Abroad Headquarters is the most comprehensive on-line collection of legal study abroad materials in existence. It contains information, brochures, and contact information for all ABA-approved study abroad programs and contact information for almost every law school in the world. It is a one-stop guide for law students everywhere: (1) for U. S. law students who wish to study abroad, access information on enrollment in one of more than 100 ABA-approved formal study abroad programs or, alternatively, the creation of an individual (ad hoc) study abroad program for a semester, year, or L.L.M. study at any law school in the world, or (2) for non-U. S. law students who wish to study in North America, access information on enrollment in an American Law School as a foreign exchange or L.L.M
- Princeton Review - Choosing a Study Abroad Program
Studying abroad can be a life-changing step. If you're considering it, don't hesitate! The challenges are immense, but so are the rewards.