From our study abroad programs in Barbados and Maastricht, to our program in the Republic of Georgia, Washburn Law provides students and faculty opportunities to learn about the law globally.
As early as 1968, Washburn recognized that the practice of law was becoming increasingly global and responded with a summer-abroad program. Washburn Law now expands students' understanding of different legal systems through its summer program at The University of the West Indies on Barbados and its semester-long program at Maastricht University in the Netherlands.
Summer Abroad – The University of the West Indies
The Washburn Law Summer Study Abroad Program in Barbados provides students an opportunity to understand their legal systems more fully through comparative study of the Caribbean system while living in a stimulating West Indian university environment.
Independent Study Abroad – Maastricht University Student Exchange
The Independent Study Abroad Program allows Washburn Law students who have completed one year of course work to study international law and comparative law with the faculty of law at Maastricht University in the Netherlands.
First Place: Tyler Patterson, Washburn Law Student
"An Island Built on Principle"
Washburn Faculty-led Program: Washburn Law Program in Barbados, Summer 2013
Second Place: Emily Juhnke, Junior Journalism & Public Relations
"Around the World in 106 Days"
Semester at Sea, Spring Semester 2013
Third Place: Monica Voth, Senior French Major
"Sharing Cultures in the South of France"
Institut Linguistique d'Adenet, Spring Semester 2013
- Hiwot Berihun: Washburn Law Student, "The Diaspora", Ethiopia Law Office of Tibebu Gashu, Summer 2013
- Nhu Nguyen: Washburn Law Student, "The Summer I Found Myself When I Didn't Know I was Lost", Whittier Law School - France, Summer 2013
- Julie Velez: Sophomore Fine Arts, "Inspired in Malta", WU Faculty-led Program: Malta-Documenting Art & History Abroad, Summer 2013