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Study law in one of our ABA approved summer programs and earn up to six law school credits. Open to students from any law school, our abroad programs provide an interdisciplinary “crash course” of international and transnational issues. Choose to participate in any of our abroad programs below to learn from local faculty, network with local practitioners, visit local establishments and gain a new perspective on the law and legal system.

AUWCL's summer abroad law programs offer a Certificate of Completion option for practitioners from the US and around the world, as well as students attending law school outside of the US. The Certificate of Completion option allows students to participate in all aspects of the summer abroad program, however they are NOT eligible for financial aid. See the Non-Credit Participant section in each program for more information. Please email if this is the option you wish to pursue.
The Europe Summer Programs provide students with an international perspective on their legal studies, help them gain a solid foundation in areas of global importance, and build professional networks. Students can choose to concentrate in one of several tracks: International Business and Regulatory Law (London/Brussels), International Trade and IP Law (Geneva), and International Human Rights Law (Geneva). All programs are two weeks long and three credits. Students have the option of combining programs for a broader, more comprehensive summer abroad experience.


The Hague
The summer program in The Hague – offered by WCL in collaboration with T.M.C. Asser Institute, one of the most prominent institutes of international law in Europe – gives participants an opportunity to study some of the most important legal issues today in the heart of the international justice community. The program's courses include International Criminal Law and International Legal Approaches to Terrorism with site visits to the International Court of Justice, the International Criminal Court, and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.