International Programs at Penn State Law
School of International Affairs
Penn State Law's unique curricular and faculty integration gives law students an advantage in the global marketplace including a joint degree in as little as one extra semester.
The vast number of International Law and Policy classes allows students to focus on specializations ranging from Global Commerce to International Human Rights.
LL.M. and S.J.D.
For more than 40 years, lawyers from outside of the U.S. have come to the law school to gain the leadership skills to advance their careers at home and around the world.
The community of global legal and international affairs scholars includes not only those resident at the Law School but across the entire university.
Semester and summer study options include: Brazil, Taiwan, the Netherlands, Italy, South Africa, and Canada.
Research with Impact
Visiting Scholars, students and faculty team up to produce outstanding scholarship including The Journal of Law and International Affairs and World on Trial, an international human rights television show.
Penn State Law offers intensive study opportunities during the summer months. In 2014, the University Park campus will host two residential programs designed to provide lawyers and students from outside of the U.S. with concentrated study.