Students in good academic standing who have completed at least one year of law study may participate in the Cayman Islands Fall Intersession Program.
The program is open to law students, lawyers, and business professionals interested in studying in the Cayman Islands. Law students and lawyers should have an active interest in international, Caribbean or business law to make the most of this academic experience. Enrollment normally will be limited to 40 students. In 2013-2014, 35 students attended the program. Ten of these students were from Stetson University College of Law, the sponsor of the program, and 25 students were from other ABA-approved law schools.
Foreign Law Students are Also Welcome to Participate
Law students from foreign law schools are also eligible and invited to enroll in the program. We anticipate that around 5 foreign law students may participate in the program. It is anticipated that these students will be from Caribbean law schools in the Cayman Islands, the Bahamas, and Jamaica.
Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities
Applicants with disabilities or other special needs should contact the Stetson University College of Law Associate Dean of Academics Office in advance to discuss arrangements. Stetson will make every effort to reasonably accommodate special needs of applicants.
If you have received approval for accommodations at Stetson, then you will continue to receive accommodations overseas. However, students with physical disabilities should consider that international universities and non-U.S. cities may not be equipped to accommodate all individuals in the same manner that might be expected in the U.S.