Alan Kimball (JD ’11), spending a semester abroad at Queen Mary, University of London in England

“The classes have been interesting and challenging. The faculty comes from all over the world, so you see a number of different teaching styles. Of my six professors, one is American, one is Greek, one is Paraguayan, one is Spanish, and two are English. Guest lecturers for our classes have included the general counsel to the International Monetary Fund and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. The graduate programs at Queen Mary allow a great deal of independence in crafting your program of study and coursework, which isn’t for everyone. But it’s allowed me to spend almost all of my time doing work that I enjoy.”