Welcome New LLM & FX Students

UC Hastings is proud to welcome 29 LLM students for the 2013-2014 academic year and 23 Foreign Exchange students for Fall 2013 semester.

This diverse group of students comes to us from 23 countries including Russia, China, Japan, Germany, Switzerland, Brazil and Uzbekistan. LLM students participate in a two-week orientation where they are introduced to legal education in the United States. Following the orientation, Global Programs hosts a welcome reception where students can celebrate the beginning of the school year while mingling with faculty and getting to know the people with whom they will be sharing unique experiences.

Photo Credit: Jim Block.

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