International Law Studenta��s Mentorship Program
The international law studenta��s mentorship program (ILM) is a program for all the exchange and master students who come to Stockholm to study law.
Everyone is placed in a Mentorgroup with two mentors and at least one more international student. The mentors help guide the international student through the time here in Stockholm
Our mentors are available for questions about everything from school to social events.
Every semester there are between 50-200 law students arriving to Stockholm hoping to have a good time while studying at the university. This is where ILM join the picture. ILM is a way to connect our Swedish students to the international students.
Together we have parties, game night, study trips and much more.
If you want to meet international students and get to know some new friends from all around the world you should join the international committee and especially ILM. Every new semester we are looking for new mentors wo can be a part of our happy team and help enrich the arriving students’ life as well as their own.
If you are new to Stockholm you should join ILM to get a mentor and be able to participate in all of our events.
For more information, contact:

The Nordic Cooperation

The Law Studenta��s Association is a proud member of the Nordic Cooperation.A�The cooperation includes 11 law studenta��s associations in the five Nordic countries (Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark and Iceland). The aim and purpose of this cooperation is to encourage and foster contacts between Nordic students. It also enables students to get a glimpse of not only the daily life but also the legal systems of our neighbouring countries.
The core of the cooperation is the Nordic weeks, which revolves around a specific legal theme. Every association arranges their own week each year in connection with its annual gala ball and to which they invite students from the other associations to participate. The weeks include study trips, lectures, dinners and lots of partying related to the theme of the week.
For more information about the Nordic cooperation, contact:

The study trip group

Are you interested in finding out more about an international career?

This group arrange study trips around Europe to promote and inform students about alternate career possibilities for those who are interested in working abroad.

Previous journey have went to Brussel, London and Hague where the participants visited law firms, courts, organizations, different departments of parliaments and of course some recreational visits to restaurants, theatres etc.

The trip takes place sometime during the last part of the spring semester with 20-30 students accompanying.

If youa��re interested in joining this group feel free to contact:

I sincerely hope you have found this information useful and that it has made you interested in joining the international committee. If you have further questions contact the international secretary atA�

Jessica Lundkvist Vardaro
Secretary of International Relations



Head of the International Law Student Mentorship

Emma Holfve

Nordisk sekreterareA�

Eira Heiska

European coordinator

Elin EngstrA�m

Stina Haraldsson


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