International Immersion, Spring Break 2014

The China group at Alibaba headquarters in Hangzhou.
Of course, students visited the Great Wall.
The group in front of Guanghua Law School in Hangzhou.
The China group met Law School alumnus Paul Wang, LLM '94 and JSD '99.
Students in the Hague, the day they watched a trial.
Students at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.
Students attended a side event for the Nuclear Security Summit.
Students at the Dutch Court of Appeals for Trade and Industry.
Kenyatta University School of Law students and faculty, with our students.
Caitlin Foley, '16, and a Kenyatta law student.
Students met Justice Joel Ngugi of the High Court of Kenya.
Shahrzad Daneshvar, '16, and Kevin Waklatsi, '14, with children at an orphanage.
Alexa Tate, '15, at a Kenyan orphanage.
Christine Bonomo, '14, and a new young friend.
Students met with the Maasai people.
John Sprangers, '14, worked to start a fire in a Maasai village.
Selina MacLaren, '14, took a selfie with a giraffe.

Students traveled to China, the Netherlands, and Kenya over Spring Break 2014 as part of the Law School's International Immersion program. Students were immersed in foreign legal systems through visits to courts and law schools and meetings with judges, lawyers, and business people. Read more about this year's trips.

Photographs provided by students.