Texas A&M Global Program Blogs

global-law1Texas A&M University School of Law offers students and recent graduates incredible opportunities to explore global lawyering and expand their international resume through field study courses, field trips, externships and internships in locations around the world. While abroad, many of our students and grads post about their experiences.

Check out the informative blog posts or news articles from our Aggie Law students.

​Field ​Study Courses

  • ScotlandScotland:
    Natural Resource Management and Dispute Resolution
    May 2018

    News article


Global Lawyering Internships


​Field ​Trips

  • Mexico Feb2016 Hacienda groupMexico:
    State and Local Trade Barriers

    ​Year-long capstone project with the Bush School included a trip to Texas A&M's study abroad center at Hacienda Santa Clara in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, to meet with business and government leaders.

  • Caymans-tmbCayman Islands:
    Financial Regulations

    Spring Break trip as part of the "Special Problems in Corporate Law: Offshore Financial Transactions, Cayman Islands" course to study compliance, international financial regulations and FATCA.

  • Florence-italy-duomo-tmbItaly:
    Art, Cultural Heritage, and the Law

    Daily blog posts from Center for Law and Intellectual Property (CLIP) students based in Texas A&M University's Santa Chiara Study Center in Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy.