Study Abroad

Once a student's first 30 hours of law school are complete, they can pursue a study abroad experience. Through agreements with international institutions, law students can choose among several distinctive programs to explore different cultures and legal systems.


Summer Programs

Madrid, Spain
Bochum, Germany

Semester Programs

Bern, Switzerland
Cork, Ireland
Dauphine-Paris, France
Orléans, France
Toulouse, France


Useful Links

Study Abroad FAQs
Financial Aid & Tuition
Transfer of Credit Earned Outside SLU LAW


How to apply for non-SLU Summer programs

  1. Review the Study Abroad FAQs.
  2. If you are interesting in Study Abroad Summer Programs not affiliated with SLU LAW, please contact Ira H. Trako, assistant director of CICL, at trako@slu.edu.

If you are considering applying for non-SLU Semester programs

If you are interested in study abroad summer programs not affiliate with SLU LAW, please complete this form and contact Ira H. Trako, assistant director of CICL at trako.slu.edu


 

 

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