Campbell Law provides students with a number of opportunities to gain global perspective and experience.
Campbell Law co-sponsors a highly respected and popular five-week summer program in Cambridge, England, alongside Samford University Cumberland School of Law. Students undertake a comparative study of U.S., British, and European Union law based out of historical Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.
Campbell Law students and faculty regularly participate in Baylor Law School’s academy of the Advocate in St. Andrews, Scotland. The two-week program focuses on appellate and trial advocacy, including the comparison of techniques used by American and British lawyers. The Academy of the Advocate is organized into three schools – the School of the Appeal, the School of the Trial, and the Advanced School of the Trial.
Through a collaboration with the University of Reading in Reading, England, Campbell Law students can earn up to two widely-recognized international credentials: the Advanced Certificate of the Study of International Business Law, and the Advanced Certificate of the Study of International Advocacy & Negotiation. All courses are taken exclusively at Campbell Law.
Nottingham Law School in the United Kingdom offers Campbell Law students the ability to earn a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in Legal Practice. Enrolled students utilize Nottingham’s robust online resources and travel abroad to meet face-to-face with faculty and fellow students. This degree offering is also available for judges and practicing attorneys.
Campbell Law offers a three-week summer study abroad program in Ghana that provides participating students with a unique cultural, educational, and professional experience in partnership with the University of Cape Coast School of Law. In addition to their legal coursework, students travel to Accra, Ghana’s capital and the legal and economic center of the country, to visit the major institutions of government and commerce as well as a variety of historical sites throughout the country.
Campbell Law offers a course on intercountry adoption coupled with a spring break trip to Panama. The course is taught at Campbell Law during the spring semester and introduces students to the law and policy of intercountry adoption. The spring break trip to Panama includes a significant partnership with a non-profit, meetings with government leaders, and trips to several orphanages.