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  • A Global Approach to Legal Education

    Through programs offered on campus and abroad, Florida law students gain international experience and exposure and a distinguishing edge in today’s competitive job market. Students benefit from decades of international experience and involvement by faculty.

    In addition, each year Foreign Enrichment Courses bring to campus leading professors, judges, attorneys and government officials from around the world to teach courses dealing with timely international and comparative law issues.

    Summer Abroad

    The College of Law jointly sponsors ABA-approved summer law programs with University of Montpellier in France and University of Costa Rica in San Jose, Costa Rica.

    General Program Information

    Exchange Programs

    The University of Florida Levin College of Law is a pioneer in the creation of formal student exchange programs, modeled on the success of its faculty exchanges. These ABA-approved student exchanges enable UF students to study law abroad and enrich the College of Law’s academic atmosphere by bringing international students to campus.

    Exchange Application 2017

    Prerequisites include completion of two full semesters (not including a summer term), academic good standing, and – with some programs – fluency in a foreign language.

    The Levin College of Law has ABA-approved exchanges with:

    Other Programs

    Students can also participate in other ABA-approved study abroad programs worldwide through other law schools. Student Affairs staff assist in setting up individual semester-long programs following ABA guidelines as well.

    For more information about the study abroad programs, contact:

    Fredric G. Levin College of Law
    Student Affairs Office
    164 Holland Hall
    Gainesville, FL 32611-7621
    Phone: (352) 273-0620