Today, virtually all Stanford Law School graduates will engage with foreign legal systems and will work with lawyers and clients from other countries in their practices and post-graduate work. That is why learning about foreign legal systems is an increasingly important aspect of legal education at Stanford. Stanford Law School’s Foreign Legal Study Program enables Stanford Law students to pursue study for Stanford Law School credit at a number of leading foreign law schools around the world with which Stanford has established foreign study arrangements. Stanford’s partner law schools and faculties include: Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, Germany; the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE) in Mexico City, Mexico; the European University Institute in Florence, Italy; Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel; the National University of Singapore in Singapore; and Peking University in Beijing, China. Students also may petition to study at a foreign law school of their own choosing.