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2018 Summer International
Business And Trade
Summer Law Program

Catholic University of America Law School’s Krakow Summer Program With Externships

The law school’s Krakow Summer Program remains our most successful set of courses for placing our graduates at well-known firms and government agencies to do work in International and EU Law.

The Program is unique for several reasons, but let’s mention just two.   First of all, unlike many American law schools “summer abroad” programs, the participation by carefully selected, English-speaking Polish students is a critical part of the program’s structure. We believe that any company that intends to do business abroad must use services of lawyers who understand foreign legal systems.

Second, our internships in Poland, which you can take for credit, are designed to expand students’ horizons and get them job-ready.  Participants of our Program develop real-world skills, join our professional network and keep contacts which can fast-track their career.

Graduates from this three-decade old Program have gone on to the best law firms in the world, to mention just few such as, Baker McKenzie Poland, White & Case, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Clifford Chance, Weil Gotshal and many others.  They teach at the intuitions of higher education in the United States, the European Union, the Latin American and Asian states.

While mastering four to six classes in one season students still find time to explore one of the most romantic and charming renaissance cities in all of Europe.

So, spend a summer in Krakow.   Let us find you an internship with a well- known Polish and international law firm.   Let us put you in touch with other graduates who have gone on to significant jobs in the International Law Profession.

Get further details and sign up for the summer of 2018 by going to Program’s website at  or by contacting or

Enjoy an inviting foreign city.   Study at a 700 year old University.  Work hard.   Play Hard.   Explore a new world.

Submitted by
Rett R. Ludwikowski, Ph.D.
Director and Professor of Law
International Trade and Business Program
Columbus School of Law
The Catholic University of America
Washington, D.C. 20064