1. Suffolk University Law School has developed a close working relationship with the Law Faculty of the University of Lund. We exchange faculty on a regular basis and encourage individual faculty from both schools to work together on research and writing projects. Suffolk Law School expects to provide a number of opportunities for its faculty and students to socialize with members of the Lund law faculty and fully expects to continue to develop and nurture this relationship with Lund University and other international law students.
2. Our program is not limited to students from U.S. law schools. Between 10 and 15 Swedish law students are carefully selected. In addition, the program is available to U.S. lawyers. As of this date, we expect to enroll 10 students selected by the University of Lund Law Faculty from its student body to enrich the classroom environment.
3. Students are expected to prepare and attend class, and to participate in discussions as they would in any American law school class. Students will be graded on the basis of either an exam (take home or in class), paper or other method determined by their individual instructor.
NOTE: CLASS ATTENDANCE AND PARTICIPATION IN FORMAL PROGRAM ACTIVITIES SUCH AS RECEPTIONS, GUEST LECTURES AND COURT VISITS IS MANDATORY FOR ALL ENROLLED STUDENTS (AMERICAN AND INTERNATIONAL). STUDENTS WILL BE GRADED IN A MANNER CONSISTENT WITH SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL STANDARDS AND THE REQUIREMENTS OF INDIVIDUAL FACULTY MEMBERS.
4. Administrative offices for the program are conveniently located in the Juridicum building.