Hi friends! My name is Katie and I’m a recent law school graduate and future MA student. I grew up in Florida with thin blood and a thirst for adventure. As an anthropology major, other countries and cultures fascinate me so I jumped at the chance to take a class in Italy the summer after my 1L year. Those 4 weeks abroad whet my appetite for travel and made me wish for a longer, more immersive experience studying abroad. So I did what any sensible person would do and I signed up for a semester-long exchange program for the fall of my final year of law school! I am pleased to say that I had the time of my life living and studying in Copenhagen, Denmark in Fall 2018.
I was originally inspired to blog about my exchange semester during law school. While researching Copenhagen and looking at others’ study abroad experiences I noticed two things: few American law students take a semester abroad while in law school and even fewer of them blog about it. Don’t worry because I tried to fix this and I am finishing blogging about my experiences in Denmark way too late. But the important thing is that I’m finishing!
I just recently accepted an offer to study for a MA in Arts and Cultural Management at King’s College London for the Fall of 2020 so as soon as I wrap up my law school abroad thoughts I will be transitioning into writing about my experience as an international postgrad in London. There is absolutely no shortage of adventure here!