MSU Law is a second home to students from all over the world, and these students come together as a family while they are away from their own loved ones. Celebrating national and religious holidays together and educating one another about customs, beliefs, and traditions from their countries, our international students join with their American classmates to recognize important dates on the U.S. holiday calendar as well.
The Office of Graduate and International Programs, the MSU Law Office of Diversity Services, and numerous student groups present frequent educational, cultural and social gatherings throughout the year.
Our international students also make the most of their experience by spending time with American J.D. and law graduate students both inside and outside of class, including through activities spearheaded by a student group focused on bringing international and American students together at the Law College.
Law students join international students from other MSU departments to celebrate holidays, host events and otherwise interact with the larger MSU international and student community. While MSU Law has more than 50 student groups, MSU has more than 250. MSU Law international students may join any Law College student group or any MSU graduate or other student group, making the possibilities for making friends and professional connections endless.
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