Queen’s Law offers a variety of curricular and co-curricular opportunities to enhance legal education. Queen’s Law prides itself on its diversity of experiential learning opportunities. For example, students can intern at the local Crown Attorney’s office, take part in a placement at the Department of Justice in Ottawa, go on a public-interest internship in Africa, or work at an international embassy. Whatever the interest, we can find a placement that is right for you. In addition, we have our unique study abroad programs in international law at Herstmonceaux Castle in the UK. Students can earn Queen’s Law credits while studying Public International Law or International Business Law in the summer after first or second year. In third year, students can spend a semester abroad. We have exchanges all over the world from Hong Kong to Turkey. We also have a wide array of clinical programs, an extensive competitive moot program, one of the largest pro bono chapters in Canada, and several nationally renowned legal journals to which you can contribute.