For the 2013-2014 academic year, four international exchange programs are available:
Bucerius Law School - Hamburg, Germany
Washington and Lee was a founding member of an international consortium of schools that have an exchange program with the Bucerius Law School, Germany's first private, elite law school. Each fall, Bucerius sends its entire third-year class to its partner institutions around the world; at the same time, W&L students in the program take classes in Hamburg, in English, with other law students from Bucerius' international exchange partners. Courses focus on international business and trade law. The program takes place in Hamburg, one of Europe's most cosmopolitan cities; students also have the chance to travel to other European political and cultural centers. Click here for more information on Bucerius Law School.
University of Western Ontario - London, Ontario, Canada
The program is designed for the time period from January through April, during which time UWO has both a January term and a Spring term. During those terms, UWO offers numerous international and comparative law courses. In the January and Spring terms, UWO usually offers courses in European Union Law, Comparative Corporate Governance, Law and Armed Conflict, International Business Transactions, International Commercial Litigation, International Protection of International Property, Comparative Constitutional Law as well as trial advocacy programs and courses relating to Canadian law. Under certain circumstances, it may also be possible for W&L students to participate in the UWO Fall term, rather than the January and Spring terms.
UWO is located in London, Ontario, a city of approximately 335,000 people. As well as offering many cultural institutions in its own right, London is located approximately midway between Detroit and Toronto. Fact Sheet for Western Ontario
Click here for more information about the University of Western Ontario.
Trinity College - Dublin, Ireland
Trinity College Dublin, founded in the 16th century by Queen Elizabeth I, is a leading European university. A broad array of international courses - with a particular emphasis on the law of the European Union - is available there. In recent years, the city of Dublin has been one of the most dynamic in Europe, offering numerous cultural, commercial and political activities.
As soon as a student is nominated to the Trinity Program, they should contact both Kelley McCabe at firstname.lastname@example.org and Wendy Bernard at email@example.com. Students applying to the Trinity program must officially apply to the International Student Affairs Office at Trinity before any arrangements with them are final. The application form must be submitted no later than March 1st for students visiting in October and no later than September 1st for students visiting in January. Click here for more information about Trinity College Dublin.
University of Copenhagen - Copenhagen, Denmark
With over 37,000 students, the University of Copenhagen is the largest institution of research and education in Denmark. The purpose of the University – to quote the University Statute – is to "conduct research and provide further education to the highest academic level."
Approximately one hundred different institutes, departments, laboratories, centres, museums, etc., form the nucleus of the University, where professors, lecturers and other academic staff, as well as most of the technical and administrative personnel, carry out their daily work and where teaching takes place. Click here for more information about the University of Copenhagen.
Contact Linda Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.