Suffolk Law offers an annual summer study abroad in Lund, Sweden. The program provides U.S. law students with an opportunity to participate in comparative and international public and private law courses while living in the charming, medieval city of Lund, Sweden. The close interaction of law students and law faculty from the University of Lund and other international law faculties distinguishes Suffolk’s program from most other foreign summer law programs and offers students an excellent opportunity to learn about different legal cultures.

This week we welcome four student participants from the 2011 program to discuss their experiences in Lund. Next summer’s program will be held from June 14 to July 10, 2012. Learn more at http://law.suffolk.edu/academic/abroad.cfm.

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Published: October 26, 2011
Podcast: Suffolk Law School
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