Top 10 Reasons to study abroad in Australia/New Zealand.
Cooley Law School is proud to announce that its 16th Annual Study Abroad "Down Under" program continues as a full semester. This exciting program allows law students to live and study in New Zealand for seven weeks beginning in January, 2014. The program then moves to Australia for the remainder of the semester.
Now approaching its 14th consecutive year in downtown Toronto, Canada, Cooley Law School returns to the University of St. Michael's College in May and June, 2013.
If you are interested in an economical study abroad program that features important international law topics and outstanding faculty members, explore our program.
Thomas M. Cooley Law School and the University of Münster's law school, which is the largest law school in Germany, have entered into an agreement to allow students and faculty the opportunity to learn and teach as part of a student exchange program. [full story]
Cooley students are offered the opportunity to choose from among over 20 additional international study programs for future lawyers.
All are approved by the American Bar Association. They provide a rich range of legal education opportunities — from Shanghai to Cape Town to Cambridge and Oxford and to Florence — just to provide a few examples.
Interested students are encouraged to visit the Cooley Portal for immediate details and the most up-to-date information on currently approved "study abroad" programs.
Luke Pears-Dickson was a guest student at Cooley from Seattle University School of Law, attending Cooley’s 2013 Australia/New Zealand Foreign Study Program. Here is his endorsement of Cooley’s program.
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