Where Our International Graduates Go - Class of 2012

Internationally, our 2012 graduates found career opportunities in Azerbaijan, Chile, China, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, and United Kingdom. These included positions at local law firms, the foreign offices of American law firms, NGOs, and in-house counsel at internationally-based corporations.

 

Related: Employment Data for Recent Graduates | Where Our Graduates Go - Class of 2012 

International

 
  2012  2011 2010
Azerbaijan 1  0 0
Chile 1  0 0
China 5  9 8
Democratic Republic of Georgia 0  1 0
Egypt 0  1 0
Jamaica 0  1 0
Japan 1  0 0
Jordan 0  0 0
Kenya 0  0 0
Korea 8  1 0
Russia 0  1 0
Singapore 2  2 0
Taiwan 2  3 3
Turkey 0  1 0
Vietnam 0  0 0
United Kingdom 3  0 0

Preparing Students to Practice Law Across International Boundaries
Whether our graduates plan to practice private or public international law or develop a local portfolio, we recognize that every lawyer must be equipped to practice law across international boundaries. Our world-class faculty and curriculum prepare law students, who come from around the United States and overseas, to work as prosecutors, defense counsel, and support attorneys at international criminal tribunals abroad, commercial litigators before international arbitrators, or as transactional lawyers fluent in multiple legal systems. Opportunities abound on-campus, across the United States, and abroad.

International Programs for Students 

Research Center Dedicated to International and Comparative Law 

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