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International Programs

Law crosses borders, and today's successful lawyers must be comfortable dealing with clients, transactions, and disputes involving multiple legal systems. We offer degree programs tailor-made to suit the needs of our prospective international students, as well as academic travel opportunities to strenthen the skills and expand horizons for our current students. 

Questions? Contact Su Jin Hong, Director for International Programs:

Admissions for International Students

Richmond Law is proud to offer a variety of academic programs to meet the needs of our prospective international students. All international students are fully integrated into the J.D. program.

Two-Year JD


LLM-MBA Dual Degree

Study Abroad

Richmond Law allows its students to earn credit through coursework at certain foreign educational institutions, so that students have the opportunity to access a greater array of courses covering foreign, international, and comparative law. 

Learn more about Study Abroad.

Our International Programs

Through our London Clinical Placement Program, students take on academic and professional challenges while immersing themselves in the English common law system. 

Learn more about the London Clinical Placement Program.

Learn more about the Cambridge Summer Program.

Student Stories: Mahan & Azar from Iran


University of Richmond Global Studio

The University of Richmond's Global Studio, located in the Carole Weinstein International Center, is open 80 hours per week and offers access to several language learning and review systems. Auralog's Tell Me More software is available for self-directed study in Arabic, Chinese, and Japanese. The Studio offers Rosetta Stone for Farsi, Hebrew, Portuguese, Russian, and Turkish and additional software for the improvement of French pronunciation. Other language materials are also available.

Henrico County Public Library System

The Henrico County Public Library offers access to Rosetta Stone as an interactive language learning option, which focuses on practical conversation skills. Languages covered include French, German, Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Greek, Hindi, Thai, Vietnamese, and more. Residents of Henrico, Richmond, or Chesterfield may register for a Henrico Library Card to access the program. 

Why Richmond? Q&A with Anqi (English)

Why Richmond? Q&A with Anqi (Mandarin)

Why Richmond? Q&A with Isauro (English)

Why Richmond? Q&A with Isauro (Spanish)

Why Richmond? Q&A with Lee (English)

Why Richmond? Q&A with Lee (Korean)

Student Stories: Larissa from Brazil

Student Stories: Maite from Spain

Student Stories: Fares from Saudi Arabia