Central and South America: Gain valuable experience in a legal externship with firms and organizations located in such cities as Mexico City, Mexico, and São Paulo, Brazil, while learning about international transactions and corporate law during a semester abroad. Improve language skills while addressing interesting U.S. issues related to immigration, trade, and business.
Eastern Asia: As an important region of international transactions and human rights organizations, externships in cities like Seoul, Korea, and Tokyo, Japan, offer meaningful opportunities for BYU law students to achieve a global perspective of legal topics. Learn about international business transactions and public international law from experts at BYU and be mentored by your externship provider, while living in a beautiful international city for a semester.
Western Asia: Earn law school credit through an exciting externship with providers actively involved in international transactions and litigation while studying international legal topics remotely. Work and study in cities such as Dubai, United Arab Emirates, which is an English-speaking city at the center of countless global deals and is a key hub for the Middle East; it is also one of the safest and most modern places to live, with world-class public transportation.
Western Europe: Take courses in corporate and international law while participating in an externship with providers such as the United Nations, the U.S. State Department, international trade or human rights organizations, and businesses in the financial sector. You will spend the semester living in cities like London, England, and Geneva, Switzerland, which are epicenters of the global legal market and public international law. Study at the crossroads of the U.S. and European law.
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