As a KU Law student, you also have the opportunity to spend part of your summer abroad. While you’re there, you’ll take challenging classes from distinguished faculty members alongside your fellow students, earning credits toward your degree and gaining an entirely new appreciation of the world. You’ll also have ample time to explore the city, take excursions, and try new things. Pack your bags and join us abroad for the adventure of a lifetime.
The University of Kansas School of Law sponsors a summer study abroad program in Limerick and Dublin, Ireland. For more information, please contact Professor Steve McAllister, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Kansas School of Law is part of a consortium of law schools that sponsors a summer program in Beijing. The program includes an internship and is open to students who have completed their first year of law school. The program is administered by the UMKC School of Law. View information about the program. Contact Associate Elizabeth Kronk Warner, email@example.com, or Law School Registrar Vicki Palmer, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
The University of Kansas School of Law and the University of Kansas history department sponsor a summer program in Cambridge, England. Contact the university's Office of Study Abroad, email@example.com, for more information. Please note: Credits earned in the Cambridge program will not count toward the 90 hours required to graduate from law school.
The University of Kansas School of Law supports allowing students to attend foreign institutions to pursue their legal studies. In allowing students to pursue their legal studies at foreign institutions, the law school’s objective is to ensure that students have a well-rounded education, recognizing the importance of international and comparative law in the modern era. Approval for international legal studies will be on an individual basis. Before approving international studies, the student proposing to study abroad must submit information related to the institution where he or she will study, his or her proposed plan of study, and an explanation of how the proposed plan of study will advance his or her legal education and overall career objectives. The student must also obtain a faculty advisor, who will work with the student in developing his or her course of study. Approval will be granted where the proposed course of study advances the educational objectives of the law school, as well as meeting the needs of the individual student.