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The Center for International and Comparative Law

The Center for International and Comparative Law (CICL) supports, promotes and creates global legal learning and engagement throughout the Law School community, CICL, under the leadership of the Assistant Dean for International Affairs, serves its constituents in the following ways:

  • JD students: Acts as the initial point of contact for students with an international or comparative law interest. Helps students navigate the myriad of global opportunities at Michigan Law so they will be best prepared for global legal practice.  Creates new ways for students to engage globally.
  • LLM students: Manages all administrative aspects of the LLM program, with the exception of admissions.
  • SJD students: Manages all administrative aspects of the SJD program.
  • Research Scholars: Manages all administrative aspects of the Michigan Grotius Research Scholar program.
  • Faculty: Collaborates to enrich teaching, enhance scholarships and advance global engagement.
  • Alumni: Supports
  • Michigan Law School: Serves as a central clearinghouse for international activities taking place at the Law School and around the University, develops global projects and relationships to benefit the Law School as a whole, and represents Michigan Law abroad.
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