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New England Law | Boston students can augment their classroom studies through study abroad programs that immerse them in the practice of international legal systems and through academic externships with lawyers abroad that allow them to learn firsthand how global issues play out.
Fishing boats in Malta, one of the many foreign study opportunities for New England Law students.

With eight study abroad programs to choose from, students have a wide range of opportunities to learn in international settings, which, in turn, strengthens their understanding of the American legal system.

Selected students also can take advantage of academic externships that focus on international law. Placements in The Hague, London, and Washington, DC, expose students to the inner workings of leading organizations dealing with international criminal law issues, postwar justice, human rights and refugees, and the independence of the legal profession worldwide, among other areas.