Eligibility for Study Abroad
Wake Forest students
Wake Forest students must have completed the first year of law school be in good standing. Any student who does not have an average of 73 or above at the end of the first semester will be ineligible to attend a foreign summer program.
Wake Forest students may apply for any of the three programs. Wake Forest students may also, assuming available space, enroll in the London program during May/June and in either of the Venice or Vienna program during July.
Law students from other U.S. law schools
Law students from other U.S. law schools who have completed the first year and are in good standing with their law school are eligible to attend any of our summer programs.
There is limited enrollment in each program, and we will review applications on a first-come, first-served basis. For non-Wake Forest students, course credit is available only on a pass/fail basis, unless you’ve made alternate arrangements with the director of the program you attend. Each course taught in the study abroad programs counts for 3 credit hours. Only one course may be taken in each program since the courses run concurrently.