Cumberland School of Law offers a unique opportunity for Cambridge program participants to spend June in London studying as a directed research student under the guidance of Barrister Adrian Jenkala. A maximum of four students will be chosen to participate in the directed research program. A minimum of two students must enroll if this program is to be offered. Directed research students will be required to write a paper on a topic of their choice related to UK or European law. Students who are interested in participating in the directed research program should submit to Professor Floyd at firstname.lastname@example.org, a résumé and a brief narrative describing what they hope to accomplish by doing directed research.
Students who participate in the Cambridge summer study-abroad program gain a broader perspective on European and other legal systems, through specific international and comparative courses, as well as living in the UK for a month and having opportunities to travel in other countries. The students additionally gain perspective on the U.S. system by observing different approaches to law in countries outside the U.S.
Find out more about this exciting program with our brochure and application (.pdf).
For general information about Chapman's Study Abroad programs, contact:
Professor Nancy Schultz
For information about the Cambridge program, contact:
Professor Michael D. Floyd, Director of International Studies
Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law
800 Lakeshore Drive
Birmingham, Ala. 35229