Once a student completes their first year of part-time or full-time law study, they can pursue a study abroad experience. The student must be in good standing to be eligible to study abroad at our SLU LAW Summer Law Program in Madrid or at our partner institutions.
Studying international law or foreign legal systems and exploring different cultures at the foreign institutions will prepare students, upon graduation, for effective, ethical, and responsible participation as members of the legal profession practicing in a global environment.
How to apply for non-SLU Summer programs
- Review the Study Abroad FAQs.
- If you are interesting in Study Abroad Summer Programs not affiliated with SLU LAW, please contact Ira H. Trako, assistant director of CICL, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are considering applying for non-SLU Semester programs