International Opportunities

Information about study abroad and international studies at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law.

Study Abroad

The University of Louisville School of Law is pleased to offer several study abroad opportunities for its students.

The University of Louisville’s Office of Study Abroad and International Travel provides an overview of the steps to studying abroad, types of programs, and information about financing your study. Interested students should contact the University of Louisville's International Center for information about visa requirements.

For questions about study abroad opportunities offered by Brandeis School of Law and to discuss how to register, contact .

Brandeis School of Law offers study abroad opportunities in a number of different structures, including exchanges to:

An annual summer program is offered in Budapest, Hungary, with courses taught by both Hungarian and UofL law faculty.

Brandeis School of Law students can also take part in selected programs through the University’s International Service Learning Program. Law faculty teach courses during some sessions of ISLP, for which Brandeis students will receive law school credit. Interested students must register for the associated law school course AND apply for the ISLP program through their website.

In addition to study abroad programs offered through the University of Louisville, students may also wish to participate in exchange programs hosted by other law schools or an international internship. It is important, however, to select a program that has been approved by the American Bar Association.

International Studies

A variety of classes on aspects of international law are offered at Brandeis School of Law. For details see the course catalog and class schedule.

The Law Library offers materials and assistance for both foreign legal research and international legal research.

The student-run International Law Society welcomes students who are interested in the advancement and spreading of knowledge of international law.

Students are invited to volunteer as instructors with the American Red Cross' International Humanitarian Law program to teach classes to students and community members.