Texas A&M University School of Law provides opportunities for students to study across the globe. Aggie Law students will go outside the classroom, outside the United States and across the globe to explore many aspects of law and practicing law.
Professor Charlotte Ku, law school director of global programs, is joined by Professors Mark Burge, Irene Calboli, Jeff Slattery, Luz Herrera, Huyen Pham, Angela Morrison, Guillermo Garcia, Joan Mileski (TAMU Galveston), Cassia Bomer Galvao (TAMU Galveston), JoAnn DiGeorgio-Lutz (TAMU Galveston) and Dean Andrew Morriss (TAMU School of Innovation).
Students explore topics drawing on expert and practice-based resources available only on-site. The start of the course is at the law school researching and preparing for the field study during the Spring semester. The field study trip takes place in May. Upon return, students reflect on skills and substantive legal and policy knowledge gained during the trip through a debrief, reflection exercises and a research project completed in the Fall.