List of Foreign Programs

Foreign Summer and Intersession Programs

Foreign Summer Programs

Below is a list of Foreign Summer Programs approved in compliance with the Criteria for Foreign Summer and Intersession Programs Offered by ABA-Approved Law Schools in a Location Outside the United States. The programs listed below are open to students from other ABA-approved law schools. Law schools may have other foreign summer programs open to their own students only, which would not appear in this list.

Contact the law school listed to determine exact program dates and to confirm that the program is being offered in a given year. Programs not offered in two-consecutive years are no longer considered approved and are removed from this list.

Akron, University of

Nagoya, Japan and Seoul, South Korea

American University

London, Brussels, and Geneva
The Hague, The Netherlands

Baltimore, University of

Aberdeen, Scotland (with Maryland, U. of)

Baylor University

St. Andrews, Scotland

Brooklyn Law School

Beijing, China
Bologna, Italy

California-Davis, University of

Como, Italy

Campbell University

Cambridge, England (with Samford U. and Chapman U.)

Catholic University of America, The

Cracow, Poland
Rome, Italy

Chapman University

Cambridge, England (with Samford U. and Campbell U.)

Charleston School of Law

Granada, Spain (with Stetson U.; Elon U.; Mercer U.; Oklahoma City U.; Nova Southeastern U.; Washburn U.; and Roger Williams U.)
The Hague, The Netherlands (with Stetson U.; Elon U.; Oklahoma City U.; Mercer U.; Nova Southeastern U.; Washburn U.; and Roger Williams U.)

Cornell Law School

Paris, France

Creighton University

Nuremburg and Marburg, Germany; and The Hague, The Netherlands

Denver, University of

Sorrento, Italy

DePaul University

Berlin, Germany
Madrid, Spain
San Jose, Costa Rica
Siena, Italy (with Tulane U.)

Drake University

Nantes, France

Duke University

Leiden and The Hague, The Netherlands

Duquesne University

Cologne, Germany
Dublin, Ireland and Belfast, Northern Ireland

Elon University

Granada, Spain (with Stetson U.; Mercer U.; Charleston School of Law; Oklahoma City U.; Nova Southeastern U.; Washburn U.; and Roger Williams U.)
The Hague, The Netherlands (with Stetson U.; Oklahoma City U.; Mercer U.; Charleston School of Law; Nova Southeastern U.; Washburn U.; and Roger Williams U.)

Florida Coastal School of Law

Clermont-Ferrand, France

Florida International University

Seville, Spain

Florida State University

Oxford, England

Fordham University

Accra, Ghana
Belfast, Northern Ireland and Dublin, Ireland
Seoul, South Korea

George Washington University

Munich, Germany
Oxford, England

Gonzaga University

Florence, Italy

Hofstra University

Pisa, Italy

Howard University

Cape Town, South Africa

Indiana University - Indianapolis

Beijing, China 

Inter American University of Puerto Rico

Beijing, China
Bologna, Italy

Iowa, University of

Arcachon, France

Louisiana State University

Lyon, France

Loyola University-New Orleans

Panama City, Panama
Spetses, Greece
Vienna, Austria

Marquette University

Giessen, Germany (with Wisconsin, U. of)

Maryland, University of

Aberdeen, Scotland (with Baltimore, U. of)

McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific

Salzburg, Austria

Mercer University

Granada, Spain (with Stetson U.; Charleston School of Law; Elon U.; Oklahoma City U.; Nova Southeastern U.; Washburn U.; and Roger Williams U.)
The Hague, The Netherlands (with Stetson U.; Elon U.; Oklahoma City U.; Charleston School of Law; Nova Southeastern U.; Washburn U.; and Roger Williams U.)

Michigan State University

Bialystok, Poland
Kyoto, Japan
Rijeka and Dubrovnik, Croatia

Mississippi, University of

Cambridge, England (with Arkansas-Fayetteville, U. of; Tennessee, U. of; and Nebraska, U. of)

Mississippi College

Beijing, China and Seoul, South Korea
Berlin, Germany
Lille, France

Missouri, University of

Cape Town, South Africa

Missouri-Kansas City, University of

Beijing, China (with U. Kansas)
Dingle/Galway/Dublin, Ireland and Bangor, Wales

Mitchell | Hamline School of Law

London, England
London, England (with CILE*)

Montana, University of

Beijing, Guiyang, and Chongqing, China (with South Dakota, U. of, and Gonzaga U.)

Nebraska, University of

Xi’an and Beijing, China

New England Law | Boston

Galway, Ireland (with CILE*)

New Mexico, University of

Madrid, Spain

New York Law School

London, England

Notre Dame, University of

London, England

Nova Southeastern University

Granada, Spain (with Stetson U.; Mercer U.; Charleston School of Law; Elon U.; Oklahoma City U.; Washburn U.; and Roger Williams U.)
The Hague, The Netherlands (with Stetson U.; Elon U.; Oklahoma City U.; Mercer U.; Charleston School of Law; Washburn U.; and Roger Williams U.)

Ohio Northern University

Reykjavik, Iceland

Ohio State University

Oxford, England

Oklahoma, University of

Oxford, England

Oklahoma City University

Granada, Spain (with Stetson U.; Elon U.; Mercer U.; Charleston School of Law; Nova Southeastern U.; Washburn U.; and Roger Williams U.)
The Hague, The Netherlands (with Stetson U.; Elon U.; Mercer U.; Charleston School of Law; Nova Southeastern U.; Washburn U.; and Roger Williams U.) 

Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico

Toledo, Spain

Puerto Rico, University of

Barcelona, Spain
Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Santiago, Chile

Quinnipiac University

Dublin, Ireland

Richmond, University of

Cambridge, England

Roger Williams University

Granada, Spain (with Stetson U.; Elon U.; Mercer U.; Charleston School of Law; Oklahoma City U.; Washburn U.; and Nova Southeastern U.)
The Hague, The Netherlands (with Stetson U.; Elon U.; Oklahoma City U.; Mercer U.; Charleston School of Law; Washburn U.; and Nova Southeastern U.)

Saint Louis University

Madrid, Spain

Samford University

Cambridge, England (with Campbell U. and Chapman U.)

San Diego, University of

London, England
Paris, France

Santa Clara University

Vienna, Austria
Geneva, Switzerland
Munich, Germany
Oxford, England
San Jose, Costa Rica
Shanghai, China
Singapore
Sydney, Australia
The Hague, The Netherlands
Tokyo, Japan

Seattle University

Madrid, Spain

South Texas College of Law-Houston

Prague, Czech Republic (with CILE*)
Santiago, Chile (with CILE*)
Valletta, Malta (with CILE*)

Southwestern Law School

London, England (Entertainment & Media)

St. John's University

Rome, Italy

St. Mary's University

Beijing, China
Innsbruck, Austria

St. Thomas, University of

Rome, Italy (with Villanova U.)

St. Thomas University

San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Spain

Stetson University

Cape Town, South Africa (with Washburn U.)
Granada, Spain (with Mercer U.; Charleston School of Law; Elon U.; Oklahoma City U.; Nova Southeastern U.; Washburn U.; and Roger Williams U.)
The Hague, The Netherlands (with Oklahoma City U.; Mercer U.; Charleston School of Law; Elon U.; Nova Southeastern U.; Washburn U.; and Roger Williams U.)
Oxford, England

Syracuse University

London, England

Temple University

Rome, Italy

Thomas M. Cooley Law School

Oxford, England
Toronto, Canada

Tulane University

Berlin, Germany
Cambridge, England
Rhodes, Greece
Paris, France
Siena, Italy (with DePaul U.)

Tulsa, The University of

Dublin, Ireland

Valparaiso University

Cambridge and London, England

Vanderbilt University

Venice, Italy

Wake Forest University

London, England
Venice, Italy
Vienna, Austria

Washburn University

Cape Town, South Africa (with Stetson U.)
Cave Hill, Barbados
Granada, Spain (with Mercer U.; Charleston School of Law; Elon U.; Oklahoma City U.; Nova Southeastern U.; Roger Williams U.; and Stetson U.)
The Hague, The Netherlands (with Oklahoma City U.; Mercer U.; Charleston School of Law; Elon U.; Nova Southeastern U.; Stetson U.; Roger Williams U.; and Stetson U.)

West Virginia University

Geneva, Switzerland
Guanajuato, Mexico

Whittier Law School

Barcelona, Spain 
Nanjing, China
Tel Aviv, Israel (Ramat Gan)

Wisconsin, University of 

Giessen, Germany (with Marquette U.)

Wyoming, University of

Cambridge, England

*CILE: Consortium for Innovative Legal Education (California Western School of Law, New England School of Law, Mitchell | Hamline School of Law, and South Texas College of Law-Houston)

Intersession Programs

Below is a list of Foreign Intersession Programs approved in compliance with the Criteria for Foreign Summer and Intersession Programs Offered by ABA-Approved Law Schools in a Location Outside the United States. The programs listed below are open to students from other ABA-approved law schools. Law schools may have other foreign summer programs open to their own students only, which would not appear in this list.

 

Contact the law school listed to determine exact program dates and to confirm that the program is being offered in a given year. Programs not offered in two-consecutive years are no longer considered approved and are removed from this list.


Baltimore, University of

Curacao, Dutch Antilles (with Hofstra U.)


DePaul University

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Havana, Cuba

 

Hofstra University

Curacao, Dutch Antilles (with Baltimore, U. of)


Iowa, University of

London, England**


Mississippi College

Havana, Cuba
Merida, Mexico


Mitchell | Hamline School of Law

Jerusalem, Israel


Stetson University

Cayman Islands

 


Western New England University

Rishon Letzion, Israel


**University of Iowa College of Law (program administrator), Chicago-Kent College of Law, Indiana University-Bloomington Maurer School of Law, University of Kansas School of Law, University of Kentucky College of Law, and University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law