Students at WMU-Cooley Law School have the opportunity to expand their horizons through a variety of foreign study programs.
WMU-Cooley Students Learn about the Law, New Cultures in Foreign Study Programs
On Taking the Road Less Traveled
What does it mean to fly to the other side of the world for study and adventure? Students participating in WMU-Cooley’s “down under” program are finding out.
In-between the Facebook Moments: Learning to Appreciate the Rain in Paradise
I was walking to the bus one morning around 7:30 a.m., and could hear the birds, feel the breeze, and see the plants. I felt completely connected to my surroundings.
WMU-Cooley "Down Under" Law Students Learn From Maori Elders
Students participating in the WMU-Cooley Study Abroad program in New Zealand contributed to a program for Kaumatua (Maori Elders) at the Kirikiriroa Marae in Hamilton (Kirikiriroa), New Zealand. In a day of meaningful cultural exchange, the students, along with faculty from WMU-Cooley, the University of Waikato Te Piringa Faculty of Law, and the McCaw Lewis law firm staff, were formally invited onto the marae by way of a formal powhiri.
Barrister of the Year Teaches in Down Under Program
Law students in WMU-Cooley's Down Under program not only get to learn the law in one of the coolest places on the planet, they also get to learn from the 'best of the best.' Like Professor William Lye, OAM, who was named 2017's Barrister of the Year during Lawyers Weekly Australia Law Awards ceremony this year, and also honored with the prestigious Excellence Award.
Location. Location. Location. Charles Hickman Makes Himself at Home in Toronto and Oxford
WMU-Cooley law student Charles Hickman found new meaning in the real estate adage, location, location, location. After spending his summer traveling, studying and experiencing the incredible cities of Toronto and Oxford, he had a lot to share about the experience. "Toronto was absolutely amazing,"exclaimed Hickman. "As a global city, it really encompasses and captures the interests of professionals and students. Plus I got to spend three weeks at the lovely St. Michael's College, a location straight out of a novel." Hickman relished every moment.