WVU law students blog from Mexico

By The West Virginia Record | May 29, 2008

MORGANTOWN -- The Legal Study in Mexico program returns to Guanajuato, Mexico, again this year and participating students will be blogging (http://lawinmexico.sitespace.wvu.edu/) about their experiences and various topics in this popular program offered by the West Virginia University College of Law.

The current group includes 21 WVU College of Law students, faculty and friends, led by professor James Friedberg and professor andre douglas pond cummings of the College of Law.

The program offers WVU College of Law and other qualifying students the opportunity to study international and comparative law in Guanajuato, Mexico. All lectures and seminars are in English are led by WVU law professors.

The program includes visits to Mexican legal institutions, as well as classes in at the University of Guanajuato and other locations around the city. The group's visit began May 18 and will end on May 31.

You can learn more about the program at Legal Study in Mexico, http://www.law.wvu.edu/academics/legal_study_in_mexico

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