Michigan Law pioneered the study of European integration over half a century ago. Through the various centers and programs at the Law School and across the University, Michigan has been engaged at the cutting edge of European affairs ever since, not least by bringing prominent European scholars and officials right here to Ann Arbor.– Daniel Halberstam, Eric Stein Collegiate Professor of Law
In addition to attracting Americans, Michigan Law draws countless European students, scholars, and future officials to Ann Arbor to study European legal integration. Many of our faculty members lecture, present workshops, and teach at European institutions, while our highly selective
L. Bates Lea Global Professor of Law bring numerous outstanding European academics to Michigan Law to share their expertise. Our student body is enriched by European graduate and post-graduate students studying alongside American J.D. candidates. And our extensive and close-knit network of European alumni remains actively involved in the life of the Law School.
For more information on the European Legal Studies Program, contact Professor Daniel Halberstam at
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