As U.S. law firms continue to open foreign offices and increasingly handle transnational cases, law schools are making international law a priority.
Law schools across the country are adding new courses, overseas study and double-degree programs, and hiring international legal scholars to update their curricula and make their students more attractive to recruiters at top firms.
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