Flexibility is a primary attribute of the Co-op Program. In addition to the 900 employers who post co-op positions with the law school, you can create your own opportunities with legal employers throughout the United States and around the world. This is particularly popular with students interested in international law and those who want to work in specific countries. Below is a selected list of international co-op work placements developed by students.

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ARGENTINA


AUSTRALIA


AUSTRIA


BARBADOS


BELGIUM


BOSNIA


BRAZIL


CAMBODIA


CANADA


CHILE


CHINA


COLOMBIA

  • Alvarez Suesa Palomino, Ltda. - Medellin
  • Araujo, Ibarra & Associados Ltda. - Bogota
  • Prieto & Carrizosa - Bogota

COSTA RICA


CYPRUS

  • Cyprus Family Planning - Nicosia

CZECH REPUBLIC

  • Monika Horokova, Esquire - Prague

ECUADOR


EGYPT


ENGLAND


FRANCE


GERMANY


GHANA


GUATEMALA


HAITI


HONG KONG


INDIA


IRELAND


ISRAEL


ITALY


JAMAICA


JAPAN


KENYA


KOREA


LAOS


LEBANON


LIBERIA


MALAYSIA

  • M/S Daim & Gamany - Kuala Lumpur

MEXICO


MOROCCO


MOZAMBIQUE

  • United Nations Operations, Board of Inquiry, Legal Department, Claims Processing

THE NETHERLANDS


NEW ZEALAND


NICARAGUA

  • Defensoria Publica de la Republica de Nicaragua
  • Public Defender's Office of Masaya - Masaya

NIGERIA


PAKISTAN


PANAMA


PALESTINE


PHILIPPINES


POLAND


PORTUGAL

  • Pereira Leite, Esq. - Ponta Elgada

PUERTO RICO


RUSSIA


RWANDA

  • Rwanda Community Works

SLOVAKIA


SOUTH AFRICA


SRI LANKA


SUDAN


SWEDEN


SWITZERLAND


TAIWAN


TANZANIA


THAILAND


TURKEY


UNITED ARAB EMIRATES


UNITED STATES OF AMERICA


VENEZUELA

  • Valentiner Castillo y Asociados - Carabobo