Both J.D. and LL.M. students may take advantage of study abroad opportunities offered at Albany Law. The study abroad programs aim to create partnerships with international law schools for the exchange of faculty and students that enrich both the academic and cultural communities of each institution.
Exploring Chinese Trade with the Government Law CenterIn 2011 and 2012, 30 Albany Law School students traveled through China to learn about commercial and business law. As a supplement to formal classroom instruction, the students are visiting Chinese courts, government offices, U.S.-based law firms and corporate offices in Beijing and Shanghai as well as meeting with Albany Law School alumni practicing in China.
Read dispatches from students and faculty in China. Contact
Law firm summer internships in Buenos Aires, Mexico City, San Jose, Sao Paulo and Vienna
The New York State Bar Association's International Section and Albany Law School are offering summer internships in law firms in Buenos Aires, Mexico City, San Jose, Sao Paulo, and Vienna. The internships last from four to six weeks. While internships are unpaid and not for academic credit, the NYSBA will cover one half of reasonable roundtrip coach airfare and most firms provide a housing and/or food allowance. Application materials should be provided to Professor Halewood by January 2, 2016. Contact Professor Halewood for more information."
Students are encouraged to apply for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program which provides funding for study/research opportunities overseas during or after law school. See
us.fulbrightonline.org for details. Contact
Professor Halewood for more information.
More opportunities in international and comparative law at Albany Law School: International and Comparative Law at Albany Law School.
We collaborate on programs with the University at Albany. Visit the UAlbany Study Abroad page for additional opportunities