About UCLA School of Law's International Law Program

UCLA Law's robust International and Comparative Law Program and comprehensive curriculum trains students for rewarding careers in an increasingly interconnected world.

Our expert international law faculty teaches courses that cover the globe, from China to the European Union. Whether the topic is cross-border disputes or taxation in the global economy, students receive a rigorous intellectual grounding and exceptional hands-on training. Our three international law journals allow students to engage with emerging legal issues around the world.

Highly qualified students may join UCLA Law's extraordinary exchange program with leading law schools in Europe, Asia, Israel, Australia and South America. Our nationally recognized International and Comparative Law Program makes UCLA Law a focal point for scholarship and interdisciplinary study in comparative law and in private and public international law, while our prominent centers and institutes cultivate tomorrow’s policy leaders on a global scale.

From business to international criminal law, we offer unrivaled student opportunities such as externships with the U.S. Agency for International Development, fellowships at the Constitutional Court of South Africa and entrée to global dialogues like the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. UCLA Law graduates distinguish themselves in select international law positions spanning the worlds of business and public service.