We live in a global society in which new economic, political, and legal issues transcend traditional boundaries and challenge people to solve problems in new ways. The Law School is no stranger to the challenges of globalization. At least fourteen professors devote a significant part of their scholarship and teaching to international or comparative law, and many other faculty members integrate analysis of foreign legal developments into their domestic law courses. The Law School hosts international students, visiting scholars and professors, bringing diverse international perspectives to the classroom, and the University has one of the largest groups of international students in the country. You also can study with one of the eleven foreign law schools with which the Law School has exchange agreements, create your own foreign study program, or participate in the foreign study programs of other U.S. law schools.