To be eligible to participate in the exchange program, students must be in good academic standing, must be in their third year or second semester of their second year of law studies and must be approved for exchange study by the College of Law. Students who have transferred to the ASU College of Law are not eligible to apply for an exchange program until they have completed a minimum of 12 credits of ASU law school work.
Note that per College of Law policy a maximum of 15 study abroad credits can be applied to the J.D. degree.
In addition to the cultural and educational benefits of an exchange program, the financial benefit is that Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law students participating in the program pay the tuition and fees for ASU, not for the exchange institution. However, space in each exchange program is limited and the College of Law may not be able to accommodate participation by all eligible students in a given semester.
Students interested in being considered for an exchange program must submit the following application materials; a letter of interest, a current law school transcript, a current resume, and a recommendation letter from a member of the College of Law faculty. Application materials should be submitted to Leslie Mamaghani (Room 265). The letter of interest should rank your preference of programs if you are interested in more than one exchange program.
Fall 2014 Exchange Program Deadlines:
Information about each of the College of Law exchange partner institutions, including semester dates can be found at https://studyabroad.asu.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.SimpleSearch. Use the search function to find the law school exchange programs listed below.
Additional information can be found at the exchange institutions web sites as indicated below.
Universidad Torcuato Di Tella - http://www.utdt.edu/. NOTE: Students interested in this program must be fluent in Spanish as classes are taught in Spanish.
University of Victoria - http://www.law.uvic.ca/.
Universite Rene Descartes, Paris V - http://www.droit.univ-paris5.fr/. NOTE: Most courses at this institution are taught in French however there are a limited number of Common Law courses taught in English during the spring semester.
Universita Bocconi School of Law can be found at http://www.unibocconi.eu/. NOTE: A limited number of courses are taught in English at this institution. A listing can be found at http://www.ir.unibocconi.eu/coe.
Questions about the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law exchange programs should be directed to Assistant Dean Leslie Mamaghani.