Aggie Law Global Program

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, internships, and international field placements. 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.

International Internship
International Field Placement
Recent, current and upcoming field study courses
Recent and current field ​trips

Ghana Morgan Parker in forest canopy
GHANA:
Land Use Conflicts and Access to Justice

Weekend Travels in Rural Ghana
  by Morgan Parker J.D. '19

Guernsey
JERSEY:
Facilitating Trade

Trip to Guernsey

EVP Sambo with Aggie Law group
CAMBODIA:
Building the Rule of Law

Mondulkiri: Environmental Issues
by Ashley Graves J.D. '19

Ghana court sign
GHANA:
Land Use Conflicts and Access to Justice

Visiting Civil Court — Opportunity to Learn about Ghana’s Legal System
by Aimee Kline J.D. '18

Jersey Surf
JERSEY:
Facilitating Trade

Surfing and the Jersey Beaches

Busra meeting
CAMBODIA:
Building the Rule of Law

Mondulkiri: Land Rights
  by ​Laurel Curtis J.D. '19

Taylor Winn with children in Ghana
GHANA:
Land Use Conflicts and Access to Justice

Akosombo, Volta River, and ​Courts in Accra
  by Megan Reed J.D. '18

Jersey's North Shore
JERSEY:
Facilitating Trade

Jersey's North Shore
by Stephen Traeger J.D. '18

Cambodia S-21 survivor
CAMBODIA:
Building the Rule of Law

Understanding Cambodia's Past
by Katie Stallcup J.D. '19


Taylor Wood with Chief of the Senchi
GHANA:
Land Use Conflicts and Access to Justice

Meeting with the Senchi Chief
  by ​Taylor Wood J.D. '18

Jersey winery
JERSEY:
Facilitating Trade

La Mare Wine Estate Visit

Ghana Ashanti
GHANA:
Facilitating Trade

The Most Beautiful Region in Ghana Has Some Problems
  by ​Lauren Ehrhardt J.D. '19

Cambodia Temple Balcony Restaurant
CAMBODIA:
Building the Rule of Law

Dining & Shopping
   by ​Candace Davis J.D. '19 and Breanne Porter J.D. '19