At the University of Michigan, flexibility and career planning are the hallmarks of the global law program. Students can enroll in 80 courses related to international law, along with participating in study abroad programs and externships in Switzerland and South Africa. The program is based out of the Center for International and Comparative Law, which orchestrates speaker recruitment, student advising, and internships. In addition, the school maintains a unique alumni database to connect students with alumni working in international public service for particular organizations.
Rounding out the top 10 is Duke Law,where 86 students from 38 countries recently earned their LL.M.s. Overall, the school offers over 35 international law courses, along with holding exchange programs with over 20 universities worldwide; conducting one month summer institutes in Europe and Asia on international and comparative law; sponsoring organizations like the International Law Society and the International Criminal Court Student Network; and publishing the Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law.