Globalization Demands a New Kind of Legal Practitioner

We offer exciting opportunities for you to take your legal studies abroad and experience the law from an entirely different perspective. Globalization has been an inherent part of the human journey. It has impacted every sphere of life in our society and legal practice is no exception. The ready movement of capital, labor, goods, and services across national borders drives the need for globally trained legal professionals.

With our international programs backed by over a century of excellence, we are meeting the demands of a new world of law.

Degree Programs

When you pursue an international degree, you open yourself up to learning about the world in a whole new way.

Short-Term Programs

Fit international study into your academic calendar by pursuing an international short-term program.


Short-Term Programs for International Attorneys, Students, and Scholars


Short-Term Programs for J.D. Students

Contact

Office of International Programs
Phone: (718) 780-0626
intlprograms@brooklaw.edu

We Want to Meet You

If you are in New York, please email us to set up an appointment. You may also attend any of our on-campus events.

We also periodically host webinars. See below for upcoming webinar dates!

Part I: The Master of Laws for Foreign-Trained Attorneys
This webinar will cover what the LL.M is and how can it benefit you. We will explain the differences between programs, how the LL.M. is structured and what is required to complete the program.
DATE: September 23, 2019 / TIME: 11 AM – Noon EST / SIGN UP HERE

Part II: Applying for a Master of Laws Degree
In this webinar we will look at the application process: What documents you are required to submit, what the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) is, and how U.S. law schools make their admissions decisions.
DATE: November 6, 2019 / TIME: 11 AM – Noon EST / SIGN UP HERE

Part III: Become an Attorney in New York as a Foreign Lawyer
In this webinar we will talk about the New York Bar Exam: What you are required to show to be eligible to sit for the bar exam, what the foreign advanced evaluation is and how you will become admitted to the bar upon passing the bar exam.
DATE : January 7, 2020 / TIME: 11 AM – Noon EST / SIGN UP HERE

If you are unable to attend all or any of the sessions, don’t worry! There will be many other opportunities to learn more about the process and about Brooklyn Law. Check our travel schedule to see if we are visiting a city near you in the fall, or if you are in New York, stop by for a visit.