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May 2017 Field ​Study
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VIDEO GALLERY

  • ​CAMBODIA: Building the Rule of Law
   
Cambodia: Visit to Elephant Valley Project in Mondulkiri

Join Aggie Law students and their guide Tyler Nuckols '14 at Elephant Valley Project, a sanctuary in Mondulkiri, where they examined environmental issues, conservation, land use, economics, community collaboration and indigenous peoples' rights as part of the field trip course "Cambodia: Building the Rule of Law." Video courtesy of Joshua Ramirez JD '18.  ► Learn more.
   
  

Cambodia: Visit a Rubber Plantation

Check out a very quick visit to a rubber plantation in Cambodia with Aggie Law students studying environmental issues and land rights, part of the field trip course "Cambodia: Building the Rule of Law." Video courtesy of Joshua Ramirez JD '18.

    
    

Cambodia: Meeting with Busra Community in Mondulkiri

Aggie Law students met with Busra community leaders in the Mondulkiri region, a home of the Bunong people, to understand the challenges indigenous people face in obtaining land rights, community recognition and land tenure, part of the field trip course "Cambodia: Building the Rule of Law." Video courtesy of Joshua Ramirez JD '18.  ►Learn more.

   
    

Cambodia:  Visit to Choeung Ek Memorial Center

Texas A&M Law students gained an understanding of Cambodia’s troubled past by touring the Choeung Ek Memorial Center. The visit included a ceremony with music and dancing, telling the story of the killing fields. The trip was part of the Texas A&M Law Global Programs field study course, “Cambodia: Building the Rule of Law.” Video courtesy of Joshua Ramirez JD ’18.   ►Learn more.

    

  • JERSEY: Facilitating Trade
   
Jersey:  Visit the Coast

Scramble on the rocks​ of the scenic ​coast of Jersey with our Aggie Law students who participated in the Texas A&M School of Law Global Programs field trip course “Facilitating Trade.” Video provided by Steven Traeger J.D. ’18.

    
  
Jersey:  Downtown Bike Tour

Ride along for a bike tour of the streets of St. Helier on the island of Jersey.

    
 
Jersey:  ​Wind and Waves

Explore the wind and waves on the rugged coast of the island of Jersey. Arild Doerge J.D. ’20 captured this footage of the ​Jersey shore.

      
   
Jersey:  Bike Along the Shore

Enjoy a leisurely 12-minute bike ride along the coast of the island of Jersey​.

    
   
Jersey:  Ferry to Guernsey

Grab a quick glimpse of our Aggie Law students on the ferry to Guernsey from Jersey in the Channel Islands where they studied “Facilitating Trade” on a Texas A&M School of Law Global Programs field trip. Video provided by Kaitlyn Pound J.D. ’19.

    

  • GHANA: Land Use Conflicts and Access to Justice
   
Ghana: Tour of Akosombo

Aggie Law students explore scenic Akosombo, Ghana, including a tour of the hydro plant on the Volta River. The field trip is part of the course "Ghana: Land Use Conflicts and Access to Justice."
    
   
Ghana: Meeting with the Senchi Chief

As part of the Texas A&M School of Law Global Programs field study course "Ghana: Land Use Conflicts & Access to Justice," the Aggie Law students met with Nana Gyan Oduro Dapaa II, the chief of Senchi (or the Asebu stool), in the Asuogyaman District of the Eastern Region of Ghana. Video courtesy of Professor Aric Short.
    
 
Ghana: Elmina

Aggie Law students spent an introspective day at Elmina Castle, an infamous cornerstone of the Atlantic slave trade. It is estimated that 30,000 slaves a year were forced through Elmina's "Door of No Return" to cross the Atlantic bound for the New World. Built in 14​82 by the Portuguese, the UNESCO World Heritage Site is the oldest European building in existence south of the Sahara.