New York Law School permits students in good academic standing to take courses and earn academic credits only through American Bar Association-approved summer abroad programs. For a listing of programs, please visit the ABA study abroad homepage.
New York Law School has its own summer abroad program in London, England. For more information, see the section below.
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New York Law School Summer Abroad Program in London
New York Law School has its own summer abroad program in London, England. For more information on tuition and schedule, click here. Unlike attending summer programs offered by other law schools, New York Law School students receive letter grades for participating in this program.
Students can take courses (taught mostly by New York Law School faculty) such as International Corporate and Financial Services Law, International Intellectual Property Law, and International Business Law.