Office of International Programs919.843.6247 (Phone)919.962.2516 (Fax)email@example.com
UNC School of Law participates in an exchange program that brings British barristers-in-training to the U.S. and takes our students to friendly moot court competitions at the Royal Court of London.
Class of 2009 students Stephen McIntyre, Carolina Meek, Matthew Modell and Lauren Newton traveled to London for an exchange program at the Royal Courts of Justice and the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, London.
Students can choose from numerous full-semester international programs including a program at the University of Glasgow in Scotland.
In an increasingly global world, practical experience and knowledge of international law and other nations' legal systems and cultures is increasingly indispensable for lawyers, legal scholars and law students alike.
Recognizing this dynamic trend, UNC School of Law offers various opportunities for its students and law students from other countries, to gain exposure to international law and the legal systems and cultures of other nations through its six international exchange partner sites and summer study abroad programs.
Committed to the exchange and dissemination of legal knowledge on an international level, UNC School of Law welcomes visiting scholars to partake of the resources available at the School of Law to conduct independent research into the United States legal system.
International Programs hosts a Summer Study Abroad Fair in the Law School Rotunda in early February of each year. Look for the Fair dates on the events calendar and check out the summer program posters on the International Programs bulletin boards.
Offered through the Center for Global Initiatives.
Students traveling abroad should consider investing in travel insurance. This optional coverage is different from the mandatory overseas health insurance coverage required by the UNC system. For a comprehensive guide, refer to this insurance review website.