Students at the Marquette University Law School have several opportunities to make their legal education a truly international experience. Of course, each summer the Law School offers its popular Summer Session in International and Comparative Law, a month long program in Giessen, Germany. Every other year, Professor Schneider also offers her course in International Dispute Resolution, which includes 10 days of travel to Israel and meetings with representatives of the Israeli government. More information on these opportunities will be provided at two orientation sessions held on February 19.
However, these orientation sessions will also provide information regarding a more immersive study abroad experience: the opportunity to spend an entire semester studying law at one of the Law School’s three law student exchange partners in Europe. Through partnerships with the University of Copenhagen in Denmark, the University of Comillas in Madrid, Spain, and the University of Poitiers in France, the Marquette University Law School regularly hosts foreign students from our partner institutions for a semester, and also sends Marquette law students to our partners to study abroad for a semester. Read more »