These programs are opportunities to do an internship with practicing attorneys in the United States with no UM credit awarded but experience gained. Other options are study abroad experiences with course work in policy or legal issues while earning college credit.
Cornell Pre-Law Program
If you are thinking about becoming a lawyer-or simply want to know more about the law and how it affects our everyday lives-you are invited to be a part of the Cornell University Prelaw Program. This intensive, eight-week program is offered each summer.
Ohio State University/Oxford University Pre-Law Summer Program
"For over a decade, The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law has offered a unique opportunity for students to study English and American legal systems at one of the oldest universities in the world. Housed at St. Anne's College on the campus of the University of Oxford, the Pre-Law Program provides students with an understanding of English culture and legal institutions fundamental to the American legal system, and exposes students to aspects of British cultural life. This five-week program integrates classes, guest lectures, and field trips to places of legal, historical and cultural interest."
Syracuse University, College of Law
An awareness of the features, strengths, and weaknesses of health systems elsewhere can help us make better-informed judgments about our own circumstances. By becoming familiar with how the same issues are addressed in other nations, both in health policy and in law, we enlarge our sense of what is possible, what is desirable, and what is inadvisable. This program addresses these vital issues in London, Amsterdam and Geneva.
CIEE, Legal Studies, Madrid Spain
The CIEE Legal Studies program is designed for advanced Spanish language students who are highly motivated to improve their Spanish language through coursework focused on law, public policy, and political science, while also participating in a Legal Studies internship in Madrid.
- Academic Calendar
- Courses & Registration
- Knowing the Expectations for Your Degree
- Choosing a Major
- Careers in Law
- The Career Center
- Course Options
- Credential Assembly Service (CAS)
- Law School Application Checklist
- C-Tools site for Pre-Law Juniors and Seniors
- Transcripts and Dean's Certifications
- Personal Statement
- Financing Law School
- Borrowing Power: An Overview
- Statistics: General Application
- Statistics: UM Undergraduate
- Workshops and Pre-Law Events
- Student Organizations
- Transferring Credit
- Cross-Campus Transfers