International Exchange Experience Archive

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Study abroad applications are due February 16, 2016.  Consider reading about the experiences of past law students using the new updated International Exchange Experience Archive. The Graduate and Exchange Programs office launched the Archive in the fall 2015 to provide a more comprehensive overview of the Law School’s study abroad experience. Student comments are available for all of the programs.  These essays provide valuable information from general impressions to recommendations on where to live and what classes to take. Nothing compares to the first-hand accounts by students and the challenges and benefits of the law school study abroad experience. So go ahead and consider making study abroad an important part of your law school experience.

Carrie Field, the Director of International and Exchange programs will be in the library foyer on Wednesday Feb 3 from 10-2pm to answer any questions regarding study abroad.

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Carianna Field
Director of Graduate and Exchange Programs,

Carrie Field is the primary contact for all individuals inquiring about the LL.M. program in U.S. Legal Studies as well as applicants and newly-admitted students to the program. She is also the contact for students interested in international exchange programs, whether as outbound UConn Law students or as inbound international students from UConn Law's many exchange partners.  Carrie additionally coordinates the visiting scholars program and, in conjunction with the Storrs campus, provides all international visitors with immigration support. Carrie earned her J.D. at UConn Law in 2007, was admitted to the Connecticut Bar in November 2007 and practiced at Pullman & Comley, LLC until joining the Law School in July of 2013.