The cops may arrest you and charge you with a new crime. They WILL report this to your PO. He may choose to have you arrested for a po violation.
There are countries that allow extradition and some that dont. I would have to assume that they would come and get you, and the other country would actually help.
What u need to realize is that they will put you injail for the original arreat u were placed on probation for. So if u had a 5 year sentence, but thry commuted that to say 2 yearz probation, they will reinvokoe the original sentence and put you in jail for the 5 yearz.
I would recommend that you STOP BREAKING THE LAW. And life on the run is no life at all. Call your po officer and beg for forgiveness before he finds out on his own.
Do you mean "civil" law? (Since cases can be civil or criminal.)
All kinds of legal practice:
Family law (dissolutions, custody, etc)
As for great public law schools (U of Virginia, UCLA, Texas are among the best). Some fine small public schools, too ( U of Montana, for example, has about 75 students per year but consistently whips up on much larger schools in moot court, trial practice and other competitions).