Washington University in St. Louis
Located in St. Louis, Missouri, Washington University School of Law is one of the top law schools in the nation. Students attending benefit by studying with a nationally and internationally renowned faculty. They have the opportunity to augment their legal education through a number of joint degree programs, including outstanding JD/MSW, JD/East Asian Studies, and JD/MBA programs. Graduates enjoy opportunities to network with more than 6,000 accomplished alumni who practice in every leading metropolitan area in the country, as well as overseas.
Law classes are small, so students experience a sense of intellectual excitement and professional development. Since the completion of Anheuser-Busch Hall in 1997 and the expansion into Seigle Hall in 2009, the law school has enjoyed a programmatic renaissance. It has established new interdisciplinary and international centers that focus on cutting-edge legal issues nationally and internationally. The school’s commitment to clinical legal education and real-life practice is recognized through a vast array of clinics, internships, and clerkships that are based here, in Washington, D.C., and overseas.
An education at Washington University School of Law provides the opportunity to experience outstanding teaching and to develop a mastery of the fundamentals necessary for the practice of law.
Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute
Through a combination of education and research, the Harris Institute contributes to the betterment of global society by increasing global knowledge and understanding, promoting the rule of law, and addressing problems that require international cooperation and international solutions.
The Institute enhances the intellectual vibrancy of Washington University School of Law and the University, provides advice and assistance to other University departments and transnational components of the Law School, and fosters collaboration among colleagues at home and abroad who are engaged in international or comparative work.