UC Hastings is a distinctly international law school with global academics, study abroad, and a campus culture enriched by international students and visiting scholars.
UC Hastings is home to a thriving international law community. From our home in diverse San Francisco, we have built strong ties with universities in global capitals worldwide. Through our outbound exchange program, UC Hastings students can experience a semester or year-long immersion in international law and culture. We welcome international students and practitioners to UC Hastings to earn an LL.M. in U.S. law, conduct research as a visiting scholar, and enrich the campus conversation on international issues like human rights, international trade, and the complex legal implications of globalization. For more information on what is happening we invite you to explore our Twitter here.
As hard as it is to leave San Francisco, we encourage all UC Hastings students to take advantage of study abroad and summer research opportunities around the globe:
UC Hastings is a prime destination for visiting foreign students and scholars. We have particularly strong ties with universities across East Asia. We invite interested law students and practicing attorneys to join our diverse international community:
This one-year program is designed for foreign attorneys who want to expand their understanding of U.S. law. Candidates can pursue a general LL.M. degree or specialize in one of the following areas:
Law students from the following universities are invited to study at UC Hastings for a semester or full academic year:
Every year we welcome foreign attorneys, legal scholars and judges to spend a semester or full academic year conducting research at UC Hastings. Visiting scholars collaborate with UC Hastings faculty and give presentations to UC Hastings students on topics like international trade law, international human rights law, comparative corporate tax or criminal law.
If you have questions about any of our international law programs, please contact the Office of Global Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org.