2014 Directory of Summer Study Abroad Programs

Vol. 42 No. 5

AFRICA

GHANA

Fordham Law School

Location: Accra

Dates: May 19–31

Courses: Int’l Human Rights Law; Int’l Oil & Gas Law

Tuition/fees: $100 application fee; $3,600 course tuition. Optional internship placement fee is $500; for-credit internship tuition is an additional $2100 (3 credits).

Housing: $850 for single room; $575 per person for double room.  

Requirements: Completion of one year of law studies in good standing.

Deadline: April 1

Contact: ghanasummerprogram@law.fordham.edu

http://law.fordham.edu/ghana

SOUTH AFRICA

University of Florida

Location: Cape Town

Dates: June 9–July 11

Courses: South African Legal System: From Apartheid to Transition to Nation-building, Comparative Constitutional Law, Comparative Criminal Law & Procedure/Comparative ADR (2 credits each, 6 credits total). A highlight is the involvement of South African students.

Tuition/fees: 2013 program fee including tuition, fees, health insurance, housing and program excursions. $6,060 (residents), $6,560 (nonresidents). 2014 program fee will be similar, $150 nonrefundable application fee.

Housing: Arranged by the school and included in the program fee.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an accredited law school.

Deadline: March 14. Enrollment is limited to 28 students. Application available online.

Contact: Michelle G. Ocepek, ocepek@law.ufl.edu

www.law.ufl.edu/academics/academic programs/study-abroad/summer-abroad/cape-town-south-africa

Howard University

Location: Cape Town

Dates: May 31–July 7

Courses: Comparative Constitutional Law, Int’l Business Transactions, Comparative Immigration Law

Tuition/fees: $5,790 for 6 units, includes class materials, housing in apartment units, and co-curricular visits to South African institutions such as Parliament and the courts. Limited internships available.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved or accredited foreign law school.

Deadline: April 2

Apply to: Admissions Office

zmotala@law.howard.edu

www.law.howard.edu

University of Missouri

Location: Cape Town

Dates: June 5–July 13

Courses: 3 comparative classes on Constitutional Law, Dispute Resolution, Criminal Justice.

Tuition/fees: $4,500 for nonresidents for 6 credits, course materials, field trips to South African legal institutions (courts, prisons, and Parliament), other field trips, and social events. An optional three-day safari to the Kruger Game Reserves is included for an additional cost

Housing: Students will live in apartments near De Waterkant Village, a trendy Cape Town neighborhood near the waterfront and City Centre.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year in good standing at an accredited U.S. law school.

Deadline: First-come, first-served until the program is full. Application available online.

Apply to: Professor James Levin, levinj@missouri.edu

law.missouri.edu/academics/

study-abroad/Africa

Seattle University

Location: Johannesburg

Dates: May 26–June 13

Courses: First week for 1 credit—South African Law, Policy, and History; the next two weeks, choose 1 of 3 courses for two credits: (to date, courses have not been confirmed).

Tuition/fees: $2,775, $900 program fee; see website for other fees and estimated expenses.

Housing: Students can choose from two bed and breakfast guesthouses. See website for housing options.

Requirements: $250 deposit, a letter of good standing from your home institution, résumé, and unofficial transcript. Deposit refundable if not accepted.

Application available online.

Deadline: February 21

Apply to: Junsen A. Ohno,

ohnoj@seattleu.edu

www.law.seattleu.edu/southafrica

UGANDA

University of the Pacific

McGeorge School of Law

Location: Uganda

Dates: May 28–June 2 (field placement until August 8)

Courses: Students may participate in field placements in Uganda or Lesotho, or enroll in a Law & Development Practicum, in which students will spend three weeks working on projects in a court or legal office. 

Tuition/fees: Practicum: $3,900. Practicum program fee: $1,900. Field placement: $3,900.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of law school.

Deadline: March 1

Apply to: University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law

916-739-7021

mcgeorgesummerabroad@pacific.edu

http://go.mcgeorge.edu/summer

Regent University

Location: Uganda

Dates: May 25–June 21

Courses: The East African Legal Environment: A Comparative Introduction (3 units), Introduction to Human Rights in Africa (1 unit)

Tuition/fees: $7,040

Housing: Single occupancy.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of law school in good standing.

Deadline: February 20 (preferred) or until program is full.

Apply to: Mary Bunch

Uganda Study Abroad Program

Regent University School of Law

1000 Regent University Drive

Virginia Beach, VA 23464

757-352-4040, 757-352-4595 (fax)

marybun@regent.edu

http://www.regent.edu/acad/schlaw/

programs/uganda/home.cfm

ASIA

CHINA

Brooklyn Law School

Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

Location: Beijing

Dates: May 25–June 7

Courses: Int’l Business Transactions (2 credits) and Introduction to Int’l IP Law (1 credit).

Tuition: $800 per credit; $350 program fee for course materials, sightseeing, and social events.

Housing: Students stay at a hotel across the street from the campus. Housing costs are approximately $62 per day for a single room. Inexpensive meals are available on campus and at many nearby restaurants.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full- or part-time law school in good standing before program starts. Also open to law school graduates and lawyers.

Deadline: February 21. Late applications considered if space available. Additional information and application instructions available online.

Contact: Debra Richards

Coordinator, Study Abroad Program in China

Brooklyn Law School

250 Joralemon Street

Brooklyn, NY 11201

718-780-7949

debra.richards@brooklaw.edu

www.brooklaw.edu/studyabroad

DePaul University

Location: Beijing

Dates: May 20–June 12

Courses: Int’l Financial Transactions, Emerging Issues in Int’l Trade, Chinese Business & Commercial Law. Includes site visits to the Supreme People’s Court, local trial court, and prominent law firms.

Tuition/fees: $4,900 (subject to change) for 5 credits, $300 program/activity fee, includes 2-day tour of Beijing and 3-day visit to Shanghai.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: April 1. Limited enrollment, early application advised.

Apply at: www.law.depaul.edu/beijing

Contact: Professor Jerold Friedland

312-362-8747, jfriedla@depaul.edu

Duke University

Location: Hong Kong

Dates: June 29–July 29

Courses: Banking Law, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Financial Derivatives, Int’l Debt Finance, Introduction to the Common Law: US and Commonwealth, Reconciling Human Rights and IP

Tuition/fees: $4,600 (6 credits—3 courses, 2 credits each), includes materials, seminars, and scheduled extracurricular activities/$350 non-refundable registration fee

Housing: $2,600 for a double, includes breakfast daily and lunch on class days

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of law school and a letter of good standing. Non-US students are encouraged to participate and share their legal traditions, especially if planning to study or practice law in the US. In the past, up to 20 countries have been represented in the program.

Apply to: Tonya Jacobs, jacobs@law.duke.edu

www.law.duke.edu/internat/asia

Duquesne University

Location: Beijing

Dates: May 30–June 20

Courses: Comprehensive Survey of Chinese Law & Legal System (5 credits). Includes Chinese Culture & Language, intro to Chinese customs, food, major historical sites, transportation, and basic conversational Chinese; 10 law clinic programs available for $150 (1 credit); 10 internships for $150 (1 credit).

Tuition/fees: $2,496, includes course materials and field trips to the Great Wall, a trial, and other sites.

Deadline: March 31, applications accepted in order received. Early application is advised.

Housing: Rooms available at the Jiming Express Hotel near campus; $16/day for double-occupancy with free Internet access.

Requirements: American or foreign law or graduate students in good standing.

Apply to: Marlene Vatter, Administrative Coordinator, vatter@duq.edu

www.duq.edu/law/china

University of Georgia

Locations: Beijing and Shanghai

Dates: May 26–June 18

Courses: Chinese Legal System, Chinese Commercial Law, US-China Trade Law, Int’l Economic Law.

Tuition/fees: $3,750 (estimated).

Housing: Check website.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at a US or Canadian law school before program starts.

Deadline: April 2, with $300 deposit.

Contact/Apply to: Laura Kagel, lkagel@uga.edu

www.law.uga.edu/china-summer-program

Indiana University—Indianapolis

Location: Beijing

Dates: Program A: May 16–June 14 Program B: May 16–May 31

Courses: Overview of Chinese legal system, focus on Chinese domestic law related to emerging market economy. Hosted by Renmin (People’s) University of China Law School. CLE credit available.

Tuition/fees: Program A: $3,790 for 4 weeks/5 credits, Program B: $1,895 for 2 weeks/2 credits, includes instruction, health insurance, double-occupancy housing, field trips, and scheduled sightseeing activities. Other anticipated expenses include travel to and from China, food, visa procurement, misc. expenses, plus tuition (if any) charged by the applicant’s school.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school. Also open to graduates of ABA-approved law schools. Practicing lawyers, foreign law students or foreign law graduates, or American or foreign applicants with graduate degrees in disciplines other than law may apply.

Deadline: March 1

Apply to: Richard Griffin, rilgriff@iupui.edu

http://mckinneylaw.iu.edu/practice/

study-abroad-china/index.html

The John Marshall Law School

Location: Beijing

Dates: June 2–28 (tentative)

Courses: Chinese IP, Intl’ IP Law Survey, IP Management, the First Amendment Confronts New Technology.

Tuition/fees: $1,465/credit, instructional fee to be determined.

Housing: Double-occupancy housing and meal costs to be determined.

Requirements: Good standing (2.25 GPA) at an ABA-approved law school. Also open to law school graduates and graduate students in related area.

Deadline: April 4, with deposit.

Apply to: Arthur Yuan, ayuan@jmls.edu

http://chineseip.jmls.edu

Loyola University Chicago

Location: Beijing

Dates: May 20–June 10

Courses: Intro to Chinese Law, Int’l Commercial Arbitration, Comparative Employment Law.

Tuition/fees: $2,880 course tuition (4 credits), $650 activity fee.

Housing: $1,150 double occupancy.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school before program starts with a 2.0 or above GPA based on a 4.0 system.

Deadline: March 10, if space is still available.

Apply to: www.luc.edu/law/china

Contact: Jean M. Gaspardo

Assistant Dean of Students

lawabroad@luc.edu

Mississippi College

(See description under South Korea.)

University of Missouri—Kansas City

Location: Beijing

Dates: May 17–June 8, includes travel dates (coursework: May 19–June 7)

Courses: Broad survey of Chinese law at China’s top-rated, prestigious Peking University includes classes on China’s history & political system, criminal law, currency manipulation, Sino-American relationship, trial practice & rules of evidence, contract law, rule of law, family law, IP rights, ADR, real estate law, foreign investment law & practice, business organizations, principles of civil law plus field trips to courts and law firms. Limited number of 3-week externships available (1.5 additional credits) or students may complete an independent study paper (0.5 credit at no additional cost).

Tuition/fees: $3,895 for 4.5 credits, includes instructional fees, books & materials, double-occupancy housing, daily breakfast, field trips, select guided tours, and farewell banquet.

Housing: Double-occupancy room at PKU-operated Zhongguanyuan Global Village Hotel.

Requirements: Open to all law students in good standing who will have completed one year (minimum of 30 credit hours) of law school before program starts.

 Deadline: April 1, contingent upon space availability.

Apply to: Nancy Kunkel,

umkclawoverseas@umkc.edu

www1.law.umkc.edu/academic/china

Oklahoma City University

Stetson University

University of Tulsa

Mercer University

Charleston School of Law

Roger Williams University

Nova Southeastern

Location: Tianjin

Dates: June 28–July 26

Courses: See website.

Tuition/fees: $4,945 for 4 credits, $250 fee for materials and activities, includes cocurricular visits to legal institutions and social events.

Housing: $1,276 shared double room, $2,195 single room.

Requirements: Submit certified copy of law school transcript and dean’s letter of good standing authorizing attendance in the Tianjin program. Also open to lawyers and business professionals.

Deadline: February 25

Apply to: Office of International Programs

law.okcu.edu

Santa Clara University

Location: Hong Kong

Dates: May 25–June 13 (class, 4 units), June 16–July 26 (internship, 4-5 units)

Course: Doing Business in Hong Kong & China.

Tuition/fees: Classes, $1,000/semester unit. Internships, $1,000/unit.

Requirements: Completion of first year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadlines: March 24, February 17 for internships.

Contact: Monica Davis, Program Manager, mdavis@scu.edu, 408-554-5484 or Vinita Bali, Managing Director, vbali@scu.edu, 408-554-4478

Center for Global Law & Policy, Summer Abroad

Santa Clara University School of Law

500 El Camino Real

Santa Clara, CA 95053

law.scu.edu/international/ summer-abroad.cfm

Santa Clara University

Location: Shanghai

Dates: May 25–June 13 (class, 4 units), June 16–July 26 (internship, 4–5 units)

Courses: Doing Business in Hong Kong and China. Internships available in Shanghai, Hong Kong, or Beijing.

Tuition/fees: $1,000/semester unit. Internships, $1,000/unit.

Requirements: Completion of first year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadlines: March 24, February 17 for internships.

Contact: Monica Davis, Program Manager

mdavis@scu.edu, 408-554-5484

or Vinita Bali, Managing Director

vbali@scu.edu, 408-554-4478

Center for Global Law & Policy, Summer Abroad

Santa Clara University School of Law

500 El Camino Real

Santa Clara, CA 95053

law.scu.edu/international/

summer-abroad.cfm

Thomas Jefferson School of Law

Location: Hangzhou, China

Dates: May 19–June 6

Courses: Int’l Business Transactions, Int’l Entertainment Law, Comparative Law Study of Small Business in China, Comparative Negotiations in Int’l Business, Chinese Legal Systems & Its Reforms. Courses offered Monday–Friday mornings.

Tuition: $3,000

Deadline: March 21. Application available online.

Contact: Professor Susan Tiefenbrun

Director, Center for Global Legal Studies

Director, Thomas Jefferson School of Law Summer Program in Nice, France

chinaprogram@tjsl.edu

www.tjsl.edu/study-abroad/china

Tulane University

Location: Beijing and Shanghai

Dates: July 6–July 18; July 20–August 1

Courses: Intro to Chinese Law, Doing Business with & in China: Regulation of Int’l Business & Trade, Business

Transactions.

Tuition/fees: $4,400 for 2 sessions (six credit hours); $2,400 for 1 session (three credit hours). Field trip fee: $150 for the Beijing session and $100 for the Shanghai session.

Housing: Beijing: Hotel ($850); Shanghai: Guest House ($600).

Admission Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school before program starts. Other candidates considered on a case-by-case basis.

Deadline: Applications accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until program is full.

Contact: Chana Lewis, clewis1@tulane.edu or 504-865-5990

www.law.tulane.edu/abroad

Whittier Law School

Location: Nanjing

Dates: July 13–August 2 (two-week and three-week programs available)

Focus: Children’s Rights and Family Law

Courses: Contemporary Problems in Family Law; Int’l Adoption Law; Child Custody: Law & Practice; Legal Aspects of Venture Capital & Private Equity; Int’l White Collar Crime; Int’l and Comparative Employment Law. Tuition/fees: $3,800 for three-week program, or $3,600 for two-week program, plus a $200 enrollment fee. Includes legal and cultural tours.

Housing: Jingli Hotel, a modern hotel in the heart of Nanjing near Nanjing University, where classes are held.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved school.

Deadline: March 1 or until program is full.

Apply to: www.law.whittier.edu/

studyabroad

Contact: cpeeler@law.whittier.edu.

Willamette University

Location: Shanghai

Dates: June 16–July 13

Courses: A unique survey of Chinese law topics: structure of the legal system, legal history, civil law, civil procedure, constitutional law, administrative law, criminal law & procedure, mediation, arbitration, contract law, joint venture law, environmental and energy law, foreign investment law, foreign trade law, maritime issues, and private int’l law issues (6 credits).

Tuition/fees: $3,875, includes housing (shared room and shared bath), all meals, 3-day trip to Hangzhou, 1-day trip to Suzhou, and field trips to a criminal trial, mediation, international joint venture, and a law office. $200 deposit due March 1, final payment due April 1. Early enrollment discount available before February 1. After March 1, additional $100 late deposit required if space is available.

Housing: All rooms air-conditioned, information on upgrades for private room and bath available in January.

Requirements: Good standing at an accredited law school. Also open to law school graduates.

Apply to: Chris Strum,

cstrum@willamette.edu

www.willamette.edu/wucl/innovative/abroad/china/index.html

INDIA

Touro Law Center

Locations: Shimla and Dharamsala; program begins and ends in Delhi

Dates: May 27–July 3

Courses: Indian & Tibetan Law & Philosophy, Topics in Int’l Human Rights, Law and Politics in Modern India. Visit Hindu and Buddhist temples, meet judges, lawyers, and local dignitaries. Weekends provide opportunities for whitewater rafting, trekking, and local excursions. Orientation will be held in Delhi, where students will visit Parliament.

Tuition/fees: $6,900, includes $200 nonrefundable application fee, up to 6 credits, housing, transportation in India, and some meals.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full- or part-time law study in good standing.

Deadline: March 21, rolling admissions. Late applications considered on a space-available basis.

Apply to: Apply online or download PDF application.

Contact: Marie Giani

Summer Law Program in India

Touro Law Center

225 Eastview Drive

Central Islip, NY 11722

631-761-7013, 631-761-7019 (fax)

summerprograms@tourolaw.edu

www.tourolaw.edu/summerprograms

ISRAEL

Whittier Law School

Location: Tel Aviv

Dates: July 6–17 and July 20–31 (students may take both sessions for a 4-week program)

Focus: Int’l and Comparative Law

Courses: Advanced Issues in IP Law; Freedoms and Rights in Israel I; Freedoms and Rights in Israel II; Lawyering Skills; Regulation, Politics, and the Environment; State and Religion in Comparative Perspective.

Tuition/fees: $4,800 for the four-week session; $3,600 for a two-week session; plus a $200 enrollment fee. Includes legal and cultural tours.

Housing: No official program housing. Housing available through a private vendor on a first-come, first-served basis.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved school.

Deadline: March 1 or until program is full.

Apply to: www.law.whittier.edu/

studyabroad

Contact: cpeeler@law.whittier.edu.

JAPAN

Santa Clara University

Location: Tokyo

Dates: June 1–24 (class, 4-5 units), June 26–July 25 (internship, 4 units)

Courses: Doing Business in Japan, Japanese Patent and Copyright Law.

Tuition/fees: $1000/semester unit. Internships, $1000/unit.

Requirements: Completion of first year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadlines: March 24, February 17 for internship.

Contact: Monica Davis, Program Manager

mdavis@scu.edu, 408-554-5484

or Vinita Bali, Managing Director

vbali@scu.edu, 408-554-4478

Center for Global Law & Policy, Summer Abroad

Santa Clara University School of Law

500 El Camino Real

Santa Clara, CA 95053

law.scu.edu/international/

summer-abroad.cfm

JORDAN

Seton Hall University

Location: Amman

Dates: May 30–July 3

Courses: Constitutional Reform in the Modern Middle East, Int’l Conflict Management, Int’l Human Rights, Islamic Jurisprudence

Tuition/fees: Not to exceed $1,456/credit for up to 4 credits.

Housing: $1,200

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: April 15

Apply to: law.shu.edu/jordan

jordan@shu.edu

SINGAPORE

Santa Clara University

Location: Singapore

Dates: May 26–June 13 (class, 4 units), June 16–July 25 (internship, 5 units)

Courses: Southeast Asian Business and Human Rights.

Tuition/fees: $1,000/semester unit. Internships, $1,000/unit.

Requirements: Completion of first year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadlines: March 24, February 17 for internship.

Contact: Monica Davis, Program Manager

mdavis@scu.edu, 408-554-5484

or Vinita Bali, Managing Director

vbali@scu.edu, 408-554-4478

Center for Global Law & Policy, Summer Abroad

Santa Clara University

School of Law

500 El Camino Real

Santa Clara, CA 95053

law.scu.edu/international/

summer-abroad.cfm

SOUTH KOREA

Mississippi College

Location: Seoul and Beijing

Dates: May 19–June 13 Courses: Int’l Criminal Law (3 credits); Status of Forces Agreements (1 credit).

Tuition/fees: Approximately $6,000 for 4 credits, includes tuition, lodging, extensive touring, and flight from Beijing to Seoul.

Housing: Provided in a hotel during the Beijing portion and in an upscale dormitory at Sookmyung University while in Seoul.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved or Canadian law school before program starts. Limited number of students accepted. Submit an unofficial transcript and résumé with application.

Deadline: April 1

Apply to: Susan Copeland, scopelan@mc.edu

www.law.mc.edu/studyabroad

TURKEY

American University

Location: Istanbul, Ankara, Cappadocia, Ephesus

Dates: June 1–29

Courses: Legal Perspectives on Business & Investment Issues in Turkey, Int’l Legal Perspectives on the Rule of Law, Human Rights & Current Issues in Turkey, Central Asia, & the Middle East.

Tuition/fees: $10,500 for 6 credits, includes housing, insurance, and materials. $100 nonrefundable application fee.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of law school in good standing by May. Also open to candidates for graduate law degrees, JD graduates, and graduate students in other disciplines—eligibility determined on a case-by-case basis.

Deadline: March 31, subject to space availability.

Apply to: Online or to David Jaffe

Summer Law Program in Turkey

American University

Washington College of Law

4801 Massachusetts Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20016

202-274-4030, 202-274-0787 (fax)

turkey@wcl.american.edu

wcl.american.edu/turkey

University of Kansas

South Texas College of Law

William Mitchell College of Law

Location: Istanbul

Dates: May 25–June 15

Courses: Comparative Law, Criminal Procedure in Europe, Comparative Criminal Procedure, Int’l Tax Law (1 credit each)

Tuition/fees: Approximately $5,000 for 4 credits, includes housing, books, and excursion. $300 application fee (credited toward tuition).

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA- approved law school.

Deadline: March 15 (preferred), late applications accepted.

Apply online: www.law.ku.edu/istanbul

Contact: Professor Stephen Mazza, smazza@ku.edu

785-864-9266

www.law.ku.edu

Santa Clara University

Location: Istanbul

Dates: June 15–July 4 (class, 4 units), July 7–August 1 (internship, 3 units)

Course: Doing Business in the Middle East & Turkey.

Tuition/fees: $1000/semester unit. Internships, $1000/unit.

Requirements: Completion of first year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadlines: March 24, February 17 for internship.

Contact: Monica Davis, Program Manager

mdavis@scu.edu, 408-554-5484

or Vinita Bali, Managing Director

vbali@scu.edu, 408-554-4478

Center for Global Law & Policy, Summer Abroad

Santa Clara University School of Law

500 El Camino Real

Santa Clara, CA 95053

law.scu.edu/international/

summer-abroad.cfm

VIETNAM

Touro Law Center

Location: Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon)

Dates: May 20–June 21

Courses: Two Seesions. In Session 1, students take Int’l Criminal Law or Workplace Law in Global Perspective; the Session 2 course is Int’l Business Transactions. Session 1 includes overnight trip to Mekong Delta; optional 4-day excursion to Cambodia between Sessions 1 & 2 costs an additional $1,100. Travel to other major destinations in Vietnam, such as Hue, Hanoi, and Ha Long Bay, can be arranged.

Tuition/fees: $5,700 for entire program (up to 6 credits), includes $200 nonrefundable application fee. Session 1 alone is $3,000; Session 2 alone is $2,900.

Housing: Double-occupancy in a hotel. Single rooms available for a supplement. Breakfast every day.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full- or part-time law study in good standing.

Deadline: March 14, rolling admissions. Late applications considered on a space-available basis.

Apply to: Apply online or download PDF application.

Contact: Marie Giani

Summer Law Program in Vietnam

Touro Law Center

225 Eastview Drive

Central Islip, NY 11722

631-761-7013, 631-761-7019 (fax)

summerprograms@tourolaw.edu

www.tourolaw.edu/summerprograms

AUSTRALIA

Santa Clara University

Location: Sydney

Dates: June 1–20 (class, 4 units), June 23-August 1 (internship, 4−5 units)

Course: Refugee Law and Intro to the Australian Legal System

Tuition/fees: $1,000/semester unit. Internships, $1,000/unit.

Requirements: Completion of first year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadlines: March 24, February 17 for internship.

Contact: Monica Davis, Program Manager

mdavis@scu.edu, 408-554-5484

or Vinita Bali, Managing Director

vbali@scu.edu, 408-554-4478

Center for Global Law & Policy, Summer Abroad

Santa Clara University School of Law

500 El Camino Real

Santa Clara, CA 95053

law.scu.edu/international/

summer-abroad.cfm

EUROPE

AUSTRIA

Loyola University New Orleans

Location: Vienna

Dates: June 29–July 26

Courses: Comparative Legal Systems (3 credits), Introduction to EU Law (1 credit), Int’l Courts & Tribunals (1 credit), Int’l Sales Law (1 credit).

Tuition/fees: $900 per credit hour; $25 application fee; $275 program activity fee (covers welcome reception, all academic tours, health insurance, first-week transit pass, and all course texts and materials).

Features: Weekend excursions to Prague, Salzburg, and Venice.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full-time or part-time law study in good standing.

Deadline: ASAP. Program usually fills before December.

Apply to: Tori Luwisch, International Programs Coordinator

valuwisc@loyno.edu

http://loyno.edu/ip/vienna-austria

University of the Pacific,

McGeorgeSchool of Law

Location: Salzburg

Dates: July 7–25

Courses: Int’l and comparative law courses in public and commercial law fields. Courses are taught by European and American faculty.

Tuition/fees: See website.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of law school.

Deadline: March 1

Apply to: University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law

916-739-7021

mcgeorgesummerabroad@pacific.edu

http://go.mcgeorge.edu/summer

Santa Clara University

Locations: Vienna and Budapest

Dates: May 25–June 13 (class, 4 units) June 16–July 25 (internship, 4 units)

Courses: Law and Business in the European Union

Tuition/fees: $1,000/semester unit. Internships, $1,000/unit.

Requirements: Completion of first year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadlines: March 24, February 17 for internship.

Contact: Monica Davis, Program Manager

mdavis@scu.edu, 408-554-5484

or Vinita Bali, Managing Director

vbali@scu.edu, 408-554-4478

Center for Global Law & Policy, Summer Abroad

Santa Clara University School of Law

500 El Camino Real

Santa Clara, CA 95053

law.scu.edu/international/

summer-abroad.cfm

St. Mary’s University

Location: Innsbruck

Dates: July 7–August 7

Courses: Int’l Business Transactions, Equal Protection in the US and Europe, Lawyering Abroad, Int’l Taxation, EU Law

Tuition/fees: $1,038/credit, no fees.

Housing: $1,400 (estimated).

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at a state- or ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: April 1 (recommended), applications accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Apply to: Innsbruck Program

St. Mary’s University School of Law

1 Camino Santa Maria

San Antonio, TX 78228

innsbruck@stmarytx.edu

1-800-INTL-Law (1-800-468-5529)

BELGIUM

American University

(See description under France.)

Duquesne University

(See description under Germany.)

University of Georgia

Locations: Brussels and Geneva,

Switzerland

Dates: June 30–July 17

Courses: Intro to the Legal System of the EU, Aspects of EU Business Law, Int’l Trade Law Practice under the WTO.

Tuition/fees: $3,950 (estimated).

Housing: Check website.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at a US or Canadian law school before program starts.

Deadline: April 2, with $300 deposit.

Contact/Apply to: Laura Kagel, lkagel@uga.edu

www.law.uga.edu/brussels-geneva

CROATIA

Touro Law Center

University of Pittsburgh

Locations: Zagreb and Zadar

Dates: July 6–August 2

Courses: Int’l Commercial Law, Dispute Resolution (5 credits).

Tuition/fees: $4,900, includes $200 nonrefundable application fee (applied to tuition). Also includes housing, excursions, and some meals.

Housing: Double occupancy, hotel in Zagreb, dorm room at the University of Zadar.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full- or part-time law study in good standing.

Deadline: April 15, rolling admissions.

Apply to: Apply online or download PDF application.

Contact: Gina Huggins

Center for International Legal Education

University of Pittsburgh School of Law

3900 Forbes Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15260

412-648-7023, 412-648-2648 (fax)

glclark@pitt.edu

www.tourolaw.edu/summerprograms

CZECH REPUBLIC

DePaul University

Location: Prague/Vienna

Dates: July 21–August 14

Courses: Business Transactions in Emerging European Markets, Comparative Criminal Law, Global Employment Law. Includes site visits to the high courts of the Czech Republic and the city of Brno.

Tuition/fees: $4,900 (subject to change) for 5 credits, $300 program/activity fee.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: June 1. Limited enrollment, early application advised.

Apply to: www.law.depaul.edu/prague

Contact: Professor Steven Greenberger

312-362-8138, sgreenbe@depaul.edu

South Texas College of Law/Houston

New England Law | Boston

California Western School of Law

William Mitchell College of Law

Location: Prague

Dates: Session 1: May 23–June 20, Session 2: June 23–June 27

Courses: Session 1: IP by Design; Int’l Arbitration in the Real World; Int’l Environmental Law; Lawyer’s Role in the Struggle for Human Rights; (2 credits each). Session 2: Cross-Cultural Negotiation and Dispute Resolution (1 credit).

Tuition/fees: Session 1: $2,480 for 4 credits, Sessions 1 & 2: $3,100 for 5 credits if enrolled for both sessions, $200 application fee (credited toward tuition).

Housing: Students arrange their own housing.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.


Deadline: March 24, early application advised.

Apply to: Wanda Morrow, Assistant Dean

South Texas College of Law / Houston

1303 San Jacinto

Houston, TX 77002

713-646-1825, 713-646-2929 (fax)

wmorrow@stcl.edu

www.stcl.edu/study-abroad/prague.htm

ENGLAND

American University

(See description under France.)

Thomas M. Cooley Law School

New program—ABA approval pending

Location: Oxford

Dates: June 30–August 1

Courses: EU Law, Int’l Law, Int’l Business Law, and Tutorial (pre-approval required)

Tuition/fees: $700 per semester credit hour, $200 activities fee, $100 administrative fee

Housing: Single dorm room with internet and breakfast £2,716.80 for 5 weeks

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full-time law study in good standing before program starts

Deadline: April 1

Apply to: Oxford Program 2014

International Programs Office

300 S. Capitol Ave.

P.O. Box 13038

Lansing, MI 48933

517-371-4150 x2044, fax 517-334-5787

Contact: foreignstudy@cooley.edu

www.cooley.edu/foreignstudy

Florida State University

Location: Oxford

Dates: June 30–August 7

Courses: English Legal History, EU Law, Jurisprudence, Comparative Contract Law.

Tuition/fees: $100 application fee, $8,995 program fee, includes registration and instructional costs for up to 6 credits, housing, breakfast and lunch on class days, organized trip to the Inns of Court and Royal Courts of Justice in London and Shakespeare at Stratford, health insurance, int’l student ID card, and full-time academic and administrative support. FSU assesses an additional technology fee of $5.16/credit.

Housing: Single room at St. Edmund Hall, an Oxford University college, limited number of twin rooms available.

Requirements: Good standing at an ABA-approved or Canadian-recognized law school. Also open to law school graduates.

Deadline: Applications accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until program is full. Apply early, waiting list often develops by late January.

Apply to: www.law.fsu.edu/academic_

programs/international_law/oxford

lfusilier@law.fsu.edu; eboyette@law.fsu.edu; dlandau@law.fsu.edu

Hamline University

Location: London

Dates: June 15–July 17

Courses: Intro to US Arbitration Law: Domestic & Int’l Aspects (2 credits), Int’l Trade & Investment Dispute Settlement (2 credits), Int’l Commercial Arbitration: Theory & Practice (2 credits).

Tuition/fees: $4,500 for 6 credits, $250 application fee, $2,350 additional fee for single-room housing, books and materials, and co-curricular visits to legal institutions.

Housing: Included in fees, single rooms on Queen Mary campus, includes kitchen facilities.

Requirements: Completion of 1 academic year of law school and be in good standing.

Deadline: April 15

Apply to: Kitty Atkins, Associate Director

katkins@hamline.edu

http://law.hamline.edu/study_abroad/london.html

New York Law School

Location: London

Dates: May 25–June 17

Courses: Int’l Business Transactions, Int’l Corporate and Financial Services Law, Int’l IP. Students enrolled in the corporate law course will be eligible to apply for a limited number of volunteer externships in New York directly following the London program.

Tuition/fees: $5,300, includes two 2-credit courses and course materials.

Housing: Information about housing options in London will be available. Housing is not provided as part of the program.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school or equivalent law school abroad.

Deadline: April 1. Application available online.

michael.rhee@nyls.edu

www.nyls.edu/london

University of Notre Dame

Location: London

Dates: June 30–August 6

Courses: Carriage of Goods by Sea, English Legal System, EU Law, Int’l Business Law, Law and Cultural Heritage

Tuition/fees: $3,800; $25 application fee.

Transportation: $1,300 (round-trip airfare Chicago/London).

Housing: $2,000 in Conway Hall. Food, $645; books and supplies, $240; entertainment/personal, $300; travel within the UK/Europe, $1,000.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of law school in good standing.

Deadline: April 1

Apply to:

https://law.nd.edu/assets/74616/

summer_london_application.pdf

Ohio State University

Location: Oxford

Dates: June 29–August 3

Courses: Comparative Legal Professions, Comparative Employment Discrimination Law, EU Law, Comparative Sentencing & Punishment, Comparative Corporate Law.

Tuition/fees: $6,900 (residents), $7,000 (nonresidents), includes housing, meals, and books.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school before June 30.

Deadline: March 31. Application available online.

Apply to: Assistant Dean Laura Fernandez

moritzlaw.osu.edu/programs/oxford/

summer/index.php

University of Oklahoma

Location: Oxford

Dates: July 6–August 9

Courses: Family Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Issues in Fed. Trial Practice, Engl. Legal Hist., Engl. Legal System, EU Law.

Tuition/fees: $473/credit, $186 mandatory fee per credit, plus a $15 academic records fee.

Housing: $5,900 for students, $4,900 for spouse/significant other, includes 2 meals/Monday−Thursday.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA- approved law school.

Deadline: April 14, with $500 deposit, applications accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Apply to: Rebecca Lucas, rlucas@ou.edu

www.law.ou.edu

University of Richmond

Location: Cambridge

Dates: July 3–August 10

Courses: Int’l Law, Legal History, Comparative Public Law of the US & UK, Law of the EU (2 credits each); Int’l Sales, Int’l IP Litigation (1 credit each).

Tuition/fees: $2,823 for 6 credits, includes $150 application fee.

Housing: $3,967, single room for 5 weeks, includes 3 meals on weekdays, Internet access.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: April 1

Apply to: Summer Program in Law

lawforpro@richmond.edu

http://law.richmond.edu/academics/abroad/cambridge.html

Samford University

Chapman University

South Texas/Houston College of Law

Location: Cambridge

Dates: June 29– July 31

Courses: English Legal System & EU: A Comparative Overview, EU Law, Resolving Disputes Across Cultures, Comparative Counteterrorism Law, Comparative Monetary Systems for Financing Government

Tuition/fees: $3,989 for 5 credits, $200 application fee (non-refundable, but applied to tuition), $40 technology fee.

Housing: $4,600 with breakfast and lunch, $4,300 breakfast only. (breakfast and lunch provided on class days only)

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school. Also open to members of the bar.

Deadline: March 3

Apply to: Professor Michael D. Floyd

Cumberland School of Law

800 Lakeshore Drive

Birmingham, AL 35229

205-726-2304

mdfloyd@samford.edu or law_intl@samford.edu

cumberland.samford.edu/students/

Cambridge-england-study-abroad

University of San Diego

Location: London

Dates: June 30–August 1

Courses: Int’l Business Transactions, Int’l Corporations.

Tuition/fees: See website.

Housing: Students are responsible for securing their own housing.

Requirements: Students at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: May 6

Apply to: University of San Diego School of Law

Graduate and International Programs

5998 Alcala Park, Warren Hall 207

San Diego, CA 92110

619-260-4596, 619-260-4515 (fax)

lawabroad@sandiego.edu

www.sandiego.edu/law/study_abroad

Santa Clara University

Locations: Oxford

Dates: June 28–August 1 (Class, 4 units)

Course: Oxford Tutorials

Tuition/fees: $1,000/semester unit.

Requirements: Completion of first year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadlines: March 24

Contact: Monica Davis, Program Manager

mdavis@scu.edu, 408-554-5484

or Vinita Bali, Managing Director

vbali@scu.edu, 408-554-4478

Center for Global Law & Policy, Summer Abroad

Santa Clara University School of Law

500 El Camino Real

Santa Clara, CA 95053

law.scu.edu/international/

summer-abroad.cfm

Southern Methodist University

Location: Oxford

Dates: June 30–August 9

Courses: SMU: Comparative Law I, First Amendment: Freedom of Speech and Religion; Tutorials (Comparative): Human Rights, Constitutional Criminal Justice, English Legal System, Constitutional Law, Intro to the European Constitution.

Tuition/fees: $9,311 (pending board approval), includes housing, medical insurance, and half board.

Housing: Private room with shared bath.

Requirements: Good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: January 30, late applications accepted if space is available.

Apply to: Michele Oswald, amoswald@smu.edu

www.law.smu.edu/academics/

international-programs/

oxford-summer-program.aspx

Southern University Law Center

Location: London

Dates: June 22–August 2

Courses: European Law, Private Int’l Law, Int’l Criminal Law, Comparative Constitutional Law

Tuition/ fees: $3,895 for six credit hours (two courses). Costs subject to slight revision. Includes visits to Royal Courts of Justice, Law Society, Lloyd’s of London. An optional side-trip is being planned to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France.

Housing: $2,786 for housing (with kitchen access) at Schafer House, University College London. Price subject to slight revision.

Requirements: Students who have completed one year of study in good standing at a US or Canadian law school before the start of the program.

Deadline: April 21

Apply to: Download form from website and mail to:

Ms. D’Andrea Lee

Southern University Law Center

Southern University Box 9294

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70813-9294

225-771-5340

sulclondon@yahoo.co.uk

www.sulc.edu/summerabroad.htm

Southwestern Law School

Location: London

Dates: June 15–July 18

Courses: Int’l Entertainment Law, Comparative Media Law, Int’l Sports Law, Int’l Art Law.

Tuition/fees: $8,200, includes housing, breakfast, books and materials, London-area excursions, and social events.

Deadline: Applications accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until program is full.

Apply to: Tamara D. Moore

International Entertainment and Media Law Summer Program

Donald E. Biederman Entertainment and Media Law Institute

Southwestern Law School

3050 Wilshire Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90010

213-738-6602

institute@swlaw.edu

www.swlaw.edu/londonent

William Mitchell College of Law

California Western School of Law

New England Law | Boston

South Texas College of Law

Location: London

Dates: June 17–July 16

Courses: Doing Deals and Resolving Disputes Across the Atlantic: Int’l Negotiation and Dispute Resolution (3 credits) & Arrest, Search, Lineups, Trial, and Right to an Attorney in the U.S. and England: Comparative Criminal Law and Practice (2 credits) & The United States Supreme Court in Historical Perspective (1 credit). Study the law with Chief Justice John Roberts.

Tuition/fees: $620/credit, $50 per credit course fee (includes materials, co-curricular visits to London legal institutions and social events and daily luncheon at Regent’s College), $150 nonrefundable registration fee.

Housing: $60/day at NIDO Student Housing, students register for twin housing or choose their own.

Requirements: Letter of good standing from home law school.

Deadline: March 28. Application will be available online.

Apply to: Jennifer Miller

Program Administrator

William Mitchell College of Law

875 Summit Avenue

St. Paul, MN 55105

651-290-6314

jennifer.miller@wmitchell.edu

www.wmitchell.edu/london

FRANCE

American University

Locations: London, Brussels, Paris, Geneva

Program: Comparative Summer Law Program in Europe

Dates: June 1–29

Courses: Int’l Economic Law (everyone), then a choice of Int’l Human Rights or Int’l Environmental Law.

Tuition/fees: $10,500 for 6 credits, includes shared housing, breakfast, insurance, reception and event fees, some transfers, and some course materials. $100 nonrefundable application fee.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of law school in good standing by May. Also open to candidates for graduate law degrees, JD graduates, and graduate students in other disciplines—eligibility determined on a case-by-case basis.

Deadline: March 31, subject to space availability. Applications accepted on rolling basis.

Apply to: Online or to Professor Jeffrey Lubbers, Director

American University Washington College of Law

4801 Massachusetts Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20016

202-274-4266

eurolaw@wcl.american.edu

wcl.american.edu/europe

Cornell Law School

Location: Paris

Dates: June 29–July 31

Courses: courses will include both private and public international law topics. For more information, see website.

Tuition/fees: $3,500 (1–2 credits), $4,000 (3–4 credits), $4,500 (5–6 credits). Includes visits to French courts, Senate and National Assembly and all course materials. Excursions and museum tours throughout Paris are also available at an additional cost.

Housing: Information provided; students arrange their own housing.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved or state-accredited law school. Also open to non-US students who have completed 1 year of law study in their home country in good standing and lawyers who have been licensed or admitted by the appropriate professional entry in their respective home countries.

Deadline: Rolling admissions, beginning in December, until program is full.

Contact: paris@lawschool.cornell.edu

www.lawschool.cornell.edu/international/study_abroad/paris_summer

Drake University

Location: Nantes

Dates: May 21–June 25

Courses: Int’l & Comparative Environmental Law, Global Issues in Criminal Law, EU Law, Change & Development in European Legal Systems. Includes weekly enrichment activities.

Tuition/fees: $5,750 for 6 credits, trips and some course materials included.

Housing: Studio apartment with bathroom and small kitchen, meals not included.

Requirements: Submission of written statement from dean of law school certifying the applicant is in good standing.

Program description: Earn 6 credits in comparative and international law subjects, taught in English, at the University of Nantes, located just 35 miles from the coast and 2 hours by train to Paris. Each course has a local component, including meetings with French judges, lawyers, and legislators. Students participate in a criminal mock trial at the Palais de Justice in Nantes. As part of the Int’l & Comparative Environmental Law course, students will travel to Cedre, one of the leading centers on oil spill cleanup and water pollution. Cedre is located in Best, France.

Deadline: March 14

Apply to: Professor Ellen Y. Lee

515-271-1914

ellen.yee@drake.edu

www.law.drake.edu/

academics/?pageID=summerInFrance

Duquesne University

(See description under Germany.)

University of Florida

Locations: Paris and Montpellier

Dates: June 23–July 25

Courses: European Business Law, Int’l Sales Law & Cyber Law (2 credits each, 6 credits total). University of Montpellier students also enroll in classes.

Tuition/fees: 2013 program fee including tuition, fees, health insurance, & housing $6,360 (residents), $6,860 (nonresidents). 2014 program fee will be similar, $150 nonrefundable application fee.

Housing: Arranged by the school and included in program fee.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an accredited law school.

Deadline: March 14. Enrollment is limited to 30 students. Application available online.

Contact: Michelle G. Ocepek, ocepek@law.ufl.edu

http://www.law.ufl.edu/academics/

academic-programs/study-abroad/

summer-abroad/paris-montpellier-france

Florida Coastal School of Law

Location: Clermont-Ferrand

Dates: end of May through beginning of July

Courses: French Business Law, EU Law, and two other Int’l or comparative law courses, to be determined.

Tuition/fees: $943/credit [students may take between 4-6 credits]; $300 application fee applied to tuition.

Housing: approximately $1,200,

on-campus housing. Off-campus housing comparable. Available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Requirements: Completion of 30 hours in good standing at an ABA accredited law school before program start.

Deadline: March 30

Apply to: Katharine B. Hartland, khartland@fcsl.edu

www.fcsl.edu/summerinfrance

University of Iowa

Location: Paris & Arcachon

Dates: May 13–June 10

Courses: Intro to the Law of France, Law in the Muslim World, Int’l Humanitarian Law

Tuition/fees: $7,200 plus cost of books, program fee includes housing.

Requirements: Good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: March 1, or on a space- available basis.

Apply to: www.law.uiowa.edu/academics/arcachon/index.php

Contact: adrien-wing@uiowa.edu

Mississippi College

Location: Lille, France

Dates: Session 1: June 30– July 11; Session 2: July 14– 25 Course: Session 1: Comparative Product Liability (3 credits); Session 2: Global Business Associations (3 credits)

Tuition/fees/Housing: Approximately $3,800 per session, includes tuition, fees, and lodging.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved or Canadian law school before program starts. Limited number of students accepted.

Deadline: April 1

Apply to: Susan Copeland, scopelan@mc.edu

www.law.mc.edu/studyabroad

Regent University

Location: Strasbourg

Dates: June 30–August 1

Courses: Int’l Human Rights (2 units), Comparative Law (2 units), Civil Liberties and National Security (1 unit)

Tuition/fees: $7,640 includes housing and some meals.

Housing: Single occupancy; breakfast and dinner on weekdays. Space available for spouses and children at extra cost.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of law school in good standing.

Deadline: February 20 (preferred) or until program is full.

Apply to: Mary Bunch

Strasbourg Human Rights Program

Regent University School of Law

1000 Regent University Drive

Virginia Beach, VA 23464

757-352-4040, 757-352-4595 (fax)

marybun@regent.edu

www.regent.edu/acad/schlaw/programs/strasbourg/home.cfm

University of San Diego

Location: Paris

Dates: June 30–August 1

Courses: Public Int’l Law, Int’l Human Rights.

Housing: Students are responsible for securing their own housing.

Requirements: Students at an ABA- approved law school.

Deadline: May 6

Apply to: University of San Diego School of Law

Graduate and International Programs

5998 Alcala Park, Warren Hall 207

San Diego, CA 92110

619-260-4596, 619-260-4515 (fax)

lawabroad@sandiego.edu

www.sandiego.edu/law/study_abroad

Thomas Jefferson School of Law

Location: Nice, France

Dates: June 23–July 18

Courses: Int’l Human Rights, Comparative Environmental Law, Int’l Internet Law, Comparative Tort Law. Courses offered Monday–Thursday mornings.

Tuition: $3,000

Deadline: April 18. Application available online

Contact: Professor Susan Tiefenbrun

Director, Center for Global Legal Studies

Director, Thomas Jefferson School of Law Summer Program in Nice, France

niceprogram@tjsl.edu

www.tjsl.edu/study-abroad/nice

Tulane University

Location: Paris

Dates: June 29–July 18

Courses: Int’l & Comparative Law/EU Law, Intro to French Law, European Business Law, European Competition Law

Tuition/fees: $3,200 for four credit hours.

Housing: Housing suggestions are provided for student guesthouse and other options.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school before program starts. Other candidates considered on a case-by-case basis.

Deadline: Applications accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until program is full.

Contact: Chana Lewis at clewis1@tulane.edu or 504-865-5990

www.law.tulane.edu/abroad

Whittier Law School

Location: Toulouse

Dates: June 27–July 26

Focus: Entertainment Law; IP Law.

Courses: Entertainment Law; Int’l Sports Law; Int’l IP Law; EU Law; Int’l Comparative Law. Tuition/fees: $4,800 plus a $200 enrollment fee. Includes legal and cultural tours.

Housing: University of Toulouse Residence Hall, located on the University of Toulouse campus.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved school.

Deadline: March 1 or until program is full.

Apply to: www.law.whittier.edu/

studyabroad

Contact: cpeeler@law.whittier.edu.

GERMANY

Duquesne University

Locations: Cologne, Paris, and Brussels

Dates: May 31–June 21

Courses: This three-week program is one-week modules teaching European Public Law, a Workshop in Corporate Governance and European IP. Externships are available to earn 1.5 additional credit hours.

Tuition/fees/Housing: $4,200 for 4.5 credits. Includes classes in Cologne, time spent in Paris and Brussels, a Rhine River cruise through the World Heritage site of wine valleys and over 40 hilltop castles, the birth house museum of Beethoven in Bonn, a guided tour of the Augustusburg Palace at Brühl and visits to the local courts and city hall. In Brussels, students will visit the European Union Government.

Housing: Includes breakfast in all three cities. Housing in private, double, hostel rooms.

Requirements: American or foreign law or graduate students in good standing.

Deadline: April 1

Apply to: European Summer Study

c/o Robin Connors, connorsr@duq.edu

Apply online at www.duq.edu/law/

european-law

Mississippi College

Location: Berlin

Dates: June 12–25

Course: Intro to EU Law (3 credits)

Tuition/fees: Approximately $3500 for tuition and fees.

Housing: Students locate and pay for own housing.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved or Canadian law school before program starts. Limited number of students accepted. Submit an unofficial transcript and résumé.

Deadline: April 1

Apply to: Susan Copeland, scopelan@mc.edu

www.law.mc.edu/studyabroad

Santa Clara University

Location: Munich

Dates: June 15–July 14 (class, 5 units), July 15–August 8 (internship, 3 units)

Course: Comparative IP Law.

Tuition/fees: $1,000/semester unit. Internships, $1,000/unit.

Requirements: Completion of first year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadlines: March 24, February 17 for internships.

Contact: Monica Davis, Program Manager

mdavis@scu.edu, 408-554-5484

or Vinita Bali, Managing Director

vbali@scu.edu, 408-554-4478

Center for Global Law & Policy, Summer Abroad

Santa Clara University School of Law

500 El Camino Real

Santa Clara, CA 95053

law.scu.edu/international/

summer-abroad.cfm

Touro Law Center

Locations: Berlin

Dates: May 27–June 27

Courses: The Practice of Mediation, Comparative Criminal Law, Int’l Human Rights

Visit to German Parliament and a bus tour of Berlin.

Tuition/fees: $3,800 for up to 6 credits, includes $200 nonrefundable application fee and a Berlin transportation pass.

Housing: Housing not included in tuition, but Touro offers a housing option, approximately $1,200–$1,600, depending on the apartment selected.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full- or part-time study in good standing.

Deadline: March 24, rolling admissions. Late applications considered on a space-available basis.

Apply to: Apply online or download PDF application.

Contact: Marie Giani

Summer Law Program in Germany

Touro Law Center

225 Eastview Drive

Central Islip, NY 11722

631-761-7013, 631-761-7019 (fax)

summerprograms@tourolaw.edu

www.tourolaw.edu/summerprograms

Tulane University

Location: Berlin

Dates: July 20–August 2

Courses: Intercultural Negotiation and Mediation

Tuition/fees: $2,400 for three credit hours.

Housing: Housing suggestions are provided for university guesthouse and other neighboring options. See http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsAbroad/berlin.aspx?id=7692 for more information.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school before program starts. Other candidates considered on a case-by-case basis.

Deadline: Applications accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until program is full.

Contact: Chana Lewis at  clewis1@tulane.edu or 504-865-5990

www.law.tulane.edu/abroad

GREECE

Loyola University New Orleans

Location: Spetses

Dates: June 15–28

Courses: Cultural Property (1 credit), Comparative Reproductive Bioethics and the Law (1 credit), Comparative Constitutional Law (1 credit), Comparative Immigration Law (1 credit), Private Int’l Law (1 credit).

Tuition/fees: $900 per credit hour; $25 application fee; $275 program activity fee (covers welcome reception, all academic tours, health insurance, and all course texts and materials).

Features: Optional weekend excursion to Epidarus, Mycenae, Nafplion, and Corinth.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full-time or part-time law study in good standing.

Deadline: ASAP.

Apply to: Tori Luwisch, International Programs Coordinator

valuwisc@loyno.edu

http://loyno.edu/ip/spetses-greece

Tulane University

Location: Rhodos

Dates: May 25–June 12

Courses: Maritime Law, Law of the Sea and Ocean Management

Tuition/fees: $3,200 for four credit hours.

Housing: $1,300 for double room.

Admission Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school before program starts. Other candidates considered on a case-by-case basis.

Deadline: Applications accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until program is full.

Contact: Chana Lewis, clewis1@tulane.edu or 504-865-5990

www.law.tulane.edu/abroad

HUNGARY

Loyola University New Orleans

Location: Budapest

Dates: June 1–14

Courses: Comparative Judicial Systems (2 credits), Central European Legal Systems in Transition (1 credit).

Tuition/fees: $900 per credit hour; $25 application fee; $275 program activity fee (covers welcome reception, all academic tours, health insurance, and all course texts and materials).

Features: Optional weekend trip to the Danube Bend.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full-time or part-time law study in good standing.

Deadline: April 1

Apply to: Tori Luwisch, International Programs Coordinator

valuwisc@loyno.edu

http://loyno.edu/ip/budapest-hungary

Santa Clara University

(See description under Austria.)

IRELAND

Duquesne University

Locations: Belfast and Dublin

Dates: May 31–June 21

Courses: The program is one-week modules teaching Law of the European Union, Int’l Arbitration & Dispute Resolution, and Human Rights Law. Optional Externships may be available.

Tuition/fees/Housing: $4,200 for 4.5 credits. Cost includes the following excursions in Belfast: government assembly at Stormont and the Ecclesiastical Capital City Armagh and a daylong tour on the North Coast with visits to Dunluce Castle, the Giant’s Causeway, and the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. Dublin excursions include visits to parliament, the criminal courts and an optional hike around the Howth Peninsula.

Housing: Double rooms with baths and breakfast in Belfast. Shared apartments with private bathrooms in Dublin.

Requirements: American or foreign law or graduate students in good standing.

Deadline: April 1

Apply to: Summer Study of Law in Ireland

c/o Robin Connors, connorsr@duq.edu

Apply online at www.duq.edu/law/ireland

University of Kansas

University of Washington

Locations: Limerick and Dublin

Dates: July 7–23

Courses: Comparative Int’l Terrorism and Comparative Int’l Criminal Courts

Tuition/fees: Approximately $5,000 for 4 credits, includes housing, books, and excursion. $300 application fee (credited toward tuition).

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: March 15 (preferred), late applications accepted.

Apply online: www.law.ku.edu/ireland

Contact: Professor Mike Davis, micdavis@ku.edu

785-864-9244

www.law.ku.edu

University of Missouri—Kansas City

Southern Illinois University

Locations: Dingle, Galway, and Dublin

Dates: May 17–June 14, includes travel dates

Courses: Law of the EU, Parts 1 & 2, Doing Business in Ireland, Intro to the Resolution of Int’l Commercial Disputes.

Tuition/fees: $5,050 for 5.5 credits, includes instructional fees, books and materials, field trips, tours, social events, and housing.

Housing: Multiple-occupancy units include private bedroom, common living area, and fully equipped kitchen at Harbour Lodge Cottages in Dingle, on-campus in student apartments in Corrib Village at NUI in Galway, and Roebuck Hall at UCD in Dublin.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of law school in good standing before program starts. Also open to US and foreign law students and practicing lawyers. Other graduate students or non-enrolled adult companions may enroll if space is available.

Deadline: April 1, contingent upon space availability.

Apply to: Libby Johnson

johnsonea@umkc.edu

www.law.umkc.edu/academic/Ireland

New England Law | Boston

California Western School of Law

South Texas College of Law

William Mitchell College of Law

Location: Galway

Dates: June 8–July 18

Courses: Perspectives on the US Supreme Court taught by US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, Int’l Law & Int’l Humanitarian Law, Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms in Int’l Law and Sovereign Constitutions, Education as a Human Right, Islam and Human Rights, IP and Human Rights. May take courses for credit (successful performance on final exams required) or as auditors (final exams not required).

Tuition/fees: $5,400 (includes $200 application fee) for up to 6 credits. Includes housing, computer access, and trips/activities.

Housing: University student apartments (4 private bedrooms with common, fully equipped kitchen/living area).

Requirements: Good standing at an ABA-approved law school or a Canadian or European university law program.

Deadline: April 1

Apply to: Professor Monica Teixeira de Sousa, Director

New England Law | Boston

617-422-7271

mteixeiradesousa@nesl.edu

www.nesl.edu/summer

Quinnipiac University

Location: Dublin

Dates: May 26–June 26

Courses: Intro to Irish Legal System, Int’l Human Rights, Comparative National Security.

Tuition/fees: $810/credit.

Housing: Students may elect to live on the Trinity College campus.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: April 1

Apply to: Professor Robert Farrell, robert.farrell@quinnipiac.edu

law.quinnipiac.edu/x67.xml

University of Tulsa

Location: Dublin

Dates: June 6–July 6

Courses: Int’l IP Law, European Union Law, Legal Internships, Int’l Children’s Rights, Comparative Commercial Speech, The Legal and Institutional Consequences of the Eurozone Financial Crisis, EU Antitrust Law.

Tuition/fees: $3,550 for 30-day program; $200 nonrefundable application fee applied to tuition; $1,110 housing for 30 nights.

Housing: UCD student dormitories.

Requirements: Good standing at a US or Canadian law school and completion of one year, or graduates of US or Canadian law schools.

Deadline: April 1 or until program is full.

Apply to: University of Tulsa College of Law

lawstudyabroad@utulsa.edu

www.utulsa.edu/law/dublin

ITALY

Brooklyn Law School

Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

Location: Bologna

Dates: May 25–June 7 (2-week option; 1–2 credits), May 25–June 14 (3-week option; 2–4 credits) Courses: Comparative Corporate Governance (1 credit), Int’l Commercial Arbitration (1 credit), Copyright Law in the Global Context (2 credits)

Tuition/fees: $800 per credit, $125 activity fee; depending on the class, there may be a charge of $35 for class materials in place of books.

Housing: Costs to be determined. Students and faculty stay at residential hotels close to the classrooms at the University of Bologna. There will also be double rooms, triples rooms, a quadruple room, studios, and a couple of apartments. Inexpensive meals are available at the university’s dining facilities.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full- or part-time law school, in good standing before program starts. Also open to law school graduates and lawyers.

Application Deadline: February 21. We will consider applications after February 21 as long as space remains in the program. Additional information and application instructions available online.

Contact: Lorraine McDonald

Coordinator, Study Abroad Program in Bologna, Italy

Brooklyn Law School

250 Joralemon Street

Brooklyn, NY 11201

718-780-7533

lorraine.mcdonald@brooklaw.edu

www.brooklaw.edu/studyabroad

The Catholic University of America

Location: Rome

Dates: May 17–June 7

Courses: Elective courses in the field of international human rights.

Tuition/fees: $915/credit, $475 program fee, $100 application fee.

Housing: Approximately, $1,200 (may vary due to fluctuations in the exchange rate).

Deadline: February 28 (preferred)

Apply to: Constantia Dedoulis,

Italy@law.edu

www.law.edu/summerabroad

DePaul University

Location: Sorrento

Dates: May 26–June 19

Courses: Comparative Criminal Procedure, Int’l Dispute Resolution, Global Approaches to Business Organizations. Includes site visits to various Italian legal institutions.

Tuition/fees: $4,900 (subject to change) for 5 credits, $300 program/activity fee.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: April 15. Limited enrollment, early application advised.

Apply to: www.law.depaul.edu/italy

Contact: Professor Steven Greenberger

312-362-8138, sgreenbe@depaul.edu

Gonzaga University

Location: Florence

Dates: May 25–June 20

Courses: Comparative Labor & Employment Law, Comparative Criminal Law, Law of Int’l Human Rights.

Tuition/fees: See website

Housing: Students arrange their own housing. The program has a list of websites of rental agencies used in past years.

Requirements: Good standing at an ABA-approved, state-accredited, or Canadian law school.

Deadline: Applications processed in order received as long as space is available. Limited to 45 students, early application is advised.

Financial aid Deadline: April 1.

Contact: Jana Wolff

509-313-3742

wolffj@lawschool.gonzaga.edu

www.law.gonzaga.edu/florence

Loyola University Chicago

Location: Rome

Dates: June 2–June 28

Courses: Comparative Law, Int’l & Comparative Family Law, Global Public Health Law, Introduction to the World Trade Organization

Tuition/fees: $2,880 course tuition (4 credits), $550 activity fees.

Housing: $1,550 double occupancy.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA- approved law school.

Deadline: March 10, if space is still available.

Apply to: www.luc.edu/law/rome

Contact: Jean M. Gaspardo

Assistant Dean of Students

lawabroad@luc.edu

Penn State University,

Dickinson School of Law

Location: Florence

Dates: May 25–June 20, 2014

Courses: Comparative Law in a Globalized World–Transnational Perspectives, International Arbitration and Litigation, and International & Comparative Family Law.

Tuition/fees: $4,200 tuition, $300 activities fee.

Housing: $340/week, meals $840/month.

Requirements: Completion of first year of law school in good standing at an ABA-approved law school or an AALS-accredited law school.

Deadline: March 14, but applications are accepted until program is full.

Apply to: acp17@psu.edu

717-240-5244

www.law.psu.edu/florence

University of San Diego

Location: Florence

Dates: May 26–June 20

Courses: Int’l Art Law, Int’l Copyright law.

Housing: Students are responsible for securing their own housing.

Requirements: Students at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: April 1

Apply to: University of San Diego School of Law

Graduate and International Programs

5998 Alcala Park, Warren Hall 207

San Diego, CA 92110

619-260-4596, 619-260-4515 (fax)

lawabroad@sandiego.edu

www.sandiego.edu/law/study_abroad

Temple University

Location: Rome

Dates: May 27–June 27

Courses: Int’l Business Transactions, Intro to European Union Law, Issues in Transnational Litigation (2 credits each).

Tuition/fees: $3,350 tuition, $300 program fee.

Housing: $1,700.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: March 1

Apply to: http://lawgradandintl.temple.edu

intllaw@temple.edu

www.law.temple.edu/Pages/International/Study_Abroad_Rome.aspx

Tulane University

Location: Siena

Dates: June 3–June 27

Courses: Focused on Int’l Law, Cultural Heritage & the Arts: The Int’l Legal Framework for the Protection of Art & Cultural Property, From Gray to Black: The Markets in Stolen & Looted Art & Antiquities, The Protection of Art in Times of Crisis: from War to Natural Disasters, Collections & Collectors: The Ethical & Legal Issues.

Tuition/fees: $4,000 plus a $175 charge for field trips for five credit hours.

Housing: $950 for a double room.

Admission Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school before program starts. Other candidates considered on a case-by-case basis.

Application Deadline: Applications accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until program is full.

Contact: Chana Lewis, 

clewis1@tulane.edu or 504-865-5990

www.law.tulane.edu/abroad

Vanderbilt University

Location: Venice, Palazzo Franchetti

Dates: May 19–June 27

Courses: Comparative Law: Comparative Perspectives on Counterterrorism (cases and comparison of EU, US, Israeli, and NATO national approaches), Comparative Trademark Law (focusing on legal protections in China, Europe, and the US); Comparative Corporate Governance (focusing on theories of liability, governance structures, compensation, shareholder activism and litigation strategies), Int’l Law: Int’l Arbitral Process (2 credits apiece for a possible total of 8 credits).

Requirements: Good standing at, or graduates of, an ABA-approved or European law school.

Deadline: May 1. Enrollment opens October 1 and is limited to 40 students and will close as the program is filled prior to the deadline. See website for further details. Application and request for information available online.

Contact: Erwinna Milfort or Professor Michael Newton  vulsvenice@law.vanderbilt.edu,

mike.newton@vanderbilt.edu

http://law.vanderbilt.edu/academics/vanderbilt-in-venice/

Villanova University

University of St. Thomas

Location: Rome

Dates: June 24–August 1

Courses: (tentative) Comparative Bankruptcy Law, Trusts & Estates: US & Int’l Perspectives, Int’l Art & Cultural Heritage Law, Comparative Criminal Law.

Tuition/fees: $3,600 for 6 credits, $770 activities fee, includes $250 nonrefundable application fee.

Housing: $1,700–$2,200.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full- or part-time study in good standing at a US law school before program starts.

Deadline: See website.

Apply to: (Villanova & non–St. Thomas students): Diane Penneys Edelman,

edelman@law.villanova.edu

www.law.villanova.edu/rome

Apply to: (St. Thomas students): Cari

Haaland, clhaaland@stthomas.edu

www.stthomas.edu/law/academics/

studyabroad

Widener University

Location: Venice

Dates: June 16–July 11

Courses: Comparative Corporate Law, Human Rights Accountability for Multinational Corporations, Comparative Judicial Systems, European Union Law and 2 courses TBA.

3 other courses TBA (1 credit each)

Tuition/fees: $994 per credit (last year)

Housing: Private lodging.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an accredited law school.

Deadline: April 30, late applications accepted if space is available.

Apply to: Arlene Trapuzzano

International Programs

Widener University School of Law

4601 Concord Pike, P.O. Box 7474

Wilmington, DE 19803

302-477-2248

artrapuzzano@widener.edu

law.widener.edu

MALTA

South Texas College of Law/Houston

New England Law | Boston

California Western School of Law

William Mitchell College of Law

Location: Malta

Dates: May 20–June 27

Courses: Global Issues in Wrongful Convictions; Quest for Global Patent: Issues in Int’l Law; Comparative Juvenile Justice; Comparative Monetary Systems for Financing Government (2 credits each).

Tuition/fees: $2,480 for 4 credits; $200 application fee (credited toward tuition).

Housing: Students arrange their own housing.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: March 24, early application advised.

Apply to: Wanda Morrow, Assistant Dean

South Texas College of Law

1303 San Jacinto

Houston, TX 77002

713-646-1825, 713-646-2929 (fax)

wmorrow@stcl.edu

www.stcl.edu/study-abroad/malta.htm

NETHERLANDS

American University

Location: The Hague

Dates: June 1–29

Courses: Int’l Criminal Law, Int’l Legal Approaches to Terrorism.

Tuition/fees: $10,500 for 6 credits, includes housing, insurance, and course materials. $100 nonrefundable application fee.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of law school in good standing by May. Also, open to candidates for graduate law degrees, JD graduates, and graduate students in other disciplines—eligibility determined on a case-by-case basis.

Deadline: March 31, subject to space availability.

Apply to: Online or to War Crimes

Research Office

American University Washington College of Law

4801 Massachusetts Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20016

hagueprogram@wcl.american.edu

wcl.american.edu/hague

Santa Clara University

Location: The Hague

Dates: June 1–13 (class, 3 units)

Course: Int’l Criminal Justice.

Tuition/fees: $1,000/semester unit.

Requirements: Completion of first year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: March 24

Contact: Monica Davis, Program Manager

mdavis@scu.edu, 408-554-5484

or Vinita Bali, Managing Director

vbali@scu.edu, 408-554-4478

Center for Global Law & Policy, Summer Abroad

Santa Clara University School of Law

500 El Camino Real

Santa Clara, CA 95053

law.scu.edu/international/ summerabroad.cfm

Stetson University

Oklahoma City University


Mercer University

Charleston School of Law

(See description under Switzerland.)

NORWAY

University of North Dakota

Location: Moss

Dates: May 19–June 13

Courses: Norwegian Law & Selected Topics in Int’l & Comparative Law.

Tuition/fees: $3,300 for 4 units, includes cocurricular visits to Norwegian legal institutions and social events.

Housing: Housing, but not meals, at the American College of Norway is included in the tuition price.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at a US or Canadian law school before program starts.

Deadline: April 1

Apply to: Professor Bradley Myers, myers@law.und.edu

http://law.und.edu/programs/norway/index.cfm

POLAND

The Catholic University of America

Location: Cracow

Dates: June 14–July 16

Courses: Law of the EU, Comparative & Int’l Trade, Int’l Business Transactions, Global Issues in IP, Int’l Dispute Resolution

Tuition/fees: $915/credit, $475 program fee, $100 application fee

Housing: Approximately, $575 (dorm/double) to $1150 (dorm/single) (may vary due to fluctuations in the exchange rate)

Deadline: February 28 (preferred)

Apply to: Constantia Dedoulis

poland@law.edu

www.law.edu/summerabroad

SCOTLAND

University of Baltimore

University of Maryland

Location: Aberdeen

Dates: June 24–July 26

Courses: Comparative Family Law, a comparative environmental/land use law course.

Tuition/fees: Total of $3,150 for 6 credits, includes course materials, special events, and admission for field trips.

Room & board (meals on class days):

approximately $1,400.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: April 26 or until program is full (50 maximum).

Apply to: Michael Hayes, mjhayes@ubalt.edu

SPAIN

DePaul University

Location: Madrid

Dates: June 23–July 15

Courses: European Business & Commercial Law, European Labor & Employment Law, European Human Rights Law. Includes site visits to Spanish legal, business and political institutions, including the Constitutional Court, parliament, the stock exchange, several global law firms and one of the top 10 global banks headquartered in Madrid.

Tuition/fees: $4,900 (subject to change) for 5 credits.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: May 15. Limited enrollment, early application advised.

Apply to: www.law.depaul.edu/madrid

Contact: Professor Alberto Coll

312-362-5663, acoll@depaul.edu

Florida International University

Location: Seville

Dates: May 26–July 2

Courses: Comparative Family Law and Comparative Property Law

Tuition/fees: $4,000 for 6 credits, $400 registration fee, includes 2 receptions, round trip tickets to Madrid and Cadiz, and visits to legal institutions.

Housing: Reasonably priced housing located near the University: $1,000–$2,000 for dorm or independent housing, all meals.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school before program starts.

Deadline: April 15

Apply to: Application and all other information available online: www.law.fiu.edu/spain

Contact: Julie Beineke, jbeineke@fiu.edu

University of New Mexico

Location: Madrid, Spain

Dates: June 1–28

Courses: Overview of European Union Law (required) (2 credits), Int’l Business Transactions (3 credits), Int’l Law and Popular Culture (3 credits).

Tuition/fees: Total cost is $3,700, including $100 application fee. Approximately $740/credit (students enroll for 5 credits).

Housing: Students arrange their own housing with help from the program; a private room in a shared apartment near campus with other students can be found for about $450 for the month (about $15 a day).

Requirements: Enrollment at approved law school or graduate students in related discipline.

Deadline: May 25, early application advised.

Apply to: http://lawschool.unm.edu/international-law/madrid/index.php

rcote@unm.edu

Saint Louis University School of Law

Location: Madrid

Dates: May 18–June 28

Courses: Int’l Criminal Law (with trip to the Hague, Netherlands) (2 credits), Int’l Sales Law (2 credits), Negotiating Int’l Business Transactions (2 credits), European Human Rights Law (2 credits), Introduction to the Civil Law Systems (2 credits), Introduction to Spanish (no credit)

Tuition/fees: $4,700 (estimated)–up to 6 credits (includes books)

Housing: SLU Madrid family housing or apartment housing through rental agencies is recommended. Please see website for details. 

Requirements: 30 law school credit hours completed and in good standing.

Deadline: Early registration deadline (with discount) is January 13; regular registration deadline is March 28. Applications may be accepted after March 28, subject to availability.

Apply to: Ira H. Trako, Asst. Director 

Center of International and Comparative Law

314-977-2792

herendai@slu.edu

www.slu.edu/school-of-law-home/

centers-of-excellence/center-for-

international-and-comparative-law/

study-abroad/spain

University of San Diego

Location: Barcelona

Dates: May 26–June 20

Courses: EU Law, Comparative Constitutional Law, Int’l Negotiations.

Tuition/fees: See website.

Housing: Students are responsible for securing their own housing.

Requirements: Students at an

ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: April 1

Apply to: University of San Diego School of Law

Graduate and International Programs

5998 Alcala Park, Warren Hall 207

San Diego, CA 92110

619-260-4596, 619-260-4515 (fax)

lawabroad@sandiego.edu

www.sandiego.edu/law/study_abroad

Seattle University School of Law

Location: Madrid

Dates: July 14–25

Courses: Choose 1 of 3 courses (3 credits): Comparative Family Law; Int’l Business Transactions; Disasters, Land Use, & Environmental Planning & Law. Classes take place at the Universidad Carlos III in Puerta de Toledo campus.

Tuition/fees: $2,775, $250 program fee; see website for other fees and estimated expenses.

Housing: Students will arrange their own housing. See website for housing options.

Requirements: $250 deposit, a letter of good standing from your home institution, résumé, and unofficial transcript. Deposit refundable if not accepted. Application available online.

Deadline: March 31.

Apply to: Junsen A. Ohno,

ohnoj@seattleu.edu

www.law.seattleu.edu/madrid

Stetson University

Oklahoma City University

Mercer University

Charleston School of Law

Nova Southeastern University

Location: Granada

Dates: May 31–June 27

Course: International Advocacy

Tuition/fees: $5,168 for 4 credits; $250 materials and activities fee, includes cocurricular visits to legal institutions and social events in Spain.

Housing: approximately $1,800 (estimated), varies from shared double room to single room, with other services contained within this price.

Requirements: Submit certified copy of law school transcript and dean’s letter of good standing authorizing attendance in Granada program. Also open to lawyers and business professionals.

Deadline: March 1

Apply to: Stetson University College of Law Office of International Programs

international@law.stetson.edu

www.law.stetson.edu

St. Thomas University

Barry University

Location: El Escorial

Dates: May 31–July 1

Courses: Comparative Law, Comparative Immigration Law, Internet Governance Law & Policy, State, Federal & Int’l Copyright Law.

Tuition/fees: $5,900 for 6 credits, includes room and board, cultural activities, and the use of community sports facility, based on double occupancy.

Requirements: At least 1 year of law study in good standing.

Deadline: May 15

Contact: Monsignor Andrew Anderson 

aanderson@stu.edu

www.stu.edu/lawsummerinspain

Whittier Law School

Location: Barcelona

Dates: July 1–31

Focus: Sexual Orientation Law

Courses: Spanish Law & the LGBT Community; Struggle for Marriage Equality; Comparative Legal Systems: Law and Sexuality; Concepts of Liability & Equality in Discrimination; Community Property; Employment Discrimination.

Tuition/fees: $4,800 for the four-week session, plus a $200 enrollment fee. Includes legal and cultural tours.

Housing: Housing is available near the Universitat de Barcelona, where classes are held.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved school.

Deadline: March 1 or until program is full.

Apply to: www.law.whittier.edu/ studyabroad

Contact: cpeeler@law.whittier.edu.

College of William & Mary

Location: Madrid

Dates: June 29–July 30

Courses: Human Rights in Europe, Securities Regulation in Europe, Intro to Civil Law & Comparative Constitutional Law, Int’l Environmental Law, Comparative Corporations, European Internet Law, EU Law & Politics, The Legal System of the EU, Select Transactions in Int’l Business.

Tuition/fees: $3,900 for 5 credits, includes most course materials.

Housing: $2,500, single room in dorm, includes most meals.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of law school in good standing.

Deadlines: February 1, early registration discount; March 15, scholarship applicants; April 15 (suggested). Applications received after April 15 processed on a space-available basis.

Apply to: International Program Office

sumlaw@wm.edu

law.wm.edu/spain

SWEDEN

Suffolk University

Location: Lund

Dates: June 19–July 18

Courses: Comparative Health Law, Int’l Sales Law, Comparative Criminal Procedure: The U.S., Sweden and the Right to Privacy and lastly, Int’l IP

Tuition/fees: $3,900 for 4 credits (tentative).

Housing: Single room provided in a state-of-the-art university.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in a JD program before June. Also open to LLM candidates at US law schools, advanced students from foreign law programs, law practitioners, judges, and law teachers from all legal traditions.

Deadline: April 30. Application available online after January 1.

Apply to: Professor Sara Dillon, sdillon@suffolk.edu

www.law.suffolk.edu

SWITZERLAND

American University

(See Comparative Summer Law Program in Europe description under France.)

American University

Location: Geneva

Program: Int’l Organizations, Law, & Diplomacy Summer Program

Dates: June 30–July 18

Courses: Int’l IP at the World IP Organization and the World Trade Organization: Rule Making and Dispute Settlement, or the Int’l Labor Organization: Decent Work Agenda and Human Rights & Int’l Humanitarian Law: Current Challenges.

Tuition/fees: $7,000 for 4 credits, includes housing, travel insurance, local transportation pass, and some course materials. $100 nonrefundable application fee. $500 seat deposit.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of law school in good standing by May. Also open to candidates for graduate law degrees, JD graduates, and graduate students in other disciplines—eligibility determined on a case-by-case basis.

Deadline: March 31, subject to space availability. Applications accepted on rolling basis.

Apply to: Online or contact Carlos Portales, Director and Marc LeBlanc, Coordinator

American University Washington College of Law

4801 Massachusetts Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20016

202-895-4530

internationalorganizations@wcl.american.edu

wcl.american.edu/

internationalorganizations

Duke University

Location: Geneva

Dates: June 29–July 29

Courses: Bioethics and the Law, Commercial Arbitration, Election Law, Interrogation and Detention, Introduction to American Law, Telecommunications Law

Tuition/fees: $4,600 (6 credits: 3 courses, 2 credits each), includes materials, seminars, and scheduled extracurricular activities/$350 non-refundable registration fee

Housing: $2,600 for a double, $3,600 for a single, includes breakfast daily and lunch on class days

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of law school and a letter of good standing. Non-US students are encouraged to participate and share their legal traditions, especially if planning to study or practice law in the US. In the past, up to 20 countries have been represented.

Apply to: Tonya Jacobs, jacobs@law.duke.edu

www.law.duke.edu/internat/europe

University of Georgia

(See description under Belgium.)

Santa Clara University

Location: Geneva

Dates: June 15–July 11 (class, 5 units), June 23–August 1 (internship, 3–5 units)

Courses: Public Int’l, Humanitarian, Human Rights & Refugee Law.

Tuition/fees: $1,000/semester unit. Internships, $1,000/unit.

Requirements: Completion of first year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadlines: March 24, February 17 for internship.

Contact: Monica Davis, Program Manager

mdavis@scu.edu, 408-554-5484

or Vinita Bali, Managing Director

vbali@scu.edu, 408-554-4478

Center for Global Law & Policy, Summer Abroad

Santa Clara University School of Law

500 El Camino Real

Santa Clara, CA 95053

law.scu.edu/international/ summer-abroad.cfm

Stetson University

Oklahoma City University

Mercer University

Charleston School of Law

Roger Williams University

Nova Southeastern University

Locations: The Hague

Dates: June 28–July 25

Course: Int’l Courts and Tribunals

Tuition/fees: $5,168 for 4 credits, $250 materials and activities fee, includes cocurricular visits to legal institutions and social events in The Netherlands.

Housing: Single rooms for $1,560

Requirements: Submit certified copy of law school transcript and dean’s letter of good standing authorizing attendance in The Hague program. Also open to lawyers and business professionals.

Deadline: March 1

Apply to: Stetson University College of Law

Office of International Programs

1401 61st Street S.

Gulfport, FL 33707

727-562-7849

international@law.stetson.edu

www.law.stetson.edu

Widener University

Location: Lausanne

Dates: June 2–June 30

Courses: Int’l Criminal Law, EU Single Market and Trade Issues, Int’l Litigation & Arbitration, Investment Law, Trading In and With Europe and one course TBA (all 1 credit each)

Tuition/fees: $994 per credit (last year)

Housing: Private lodging.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year in good standing at an accredited law school.

Deadline: April 30, late applications accepted if space is available.

Apply to: Arlene Trapuzzano

International Programs

Widener University School of Law

4601 Concord Pike, P.O. Box 7474

Wilmington, DE 19803

302-477-2248

artrapuzzano@widener.edu

law.widener.edu

NORTH AMERICA

ALASKA

Seattle University School of Law

Location: Anchorage, Alaska

Dates: June and July 2014

Course: Alaska Natives & Environmental Law. Internships and externships available with firms, organizations, judges, and state agencies.

Tuition/fees: $1,306/credit (4 credits).

Housing: Reasonably priced housing available.

Requirements: Good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: March 15, rolling.

Apply to: Stephanie M. Nichols, nicholss@seattleu.edu

BARBADOS

Washburn University School of Law

Dates: May 23–July 4

Location: St. Michael Parish

Courses: Comparative and Int’l Taxation Law; Comparative Legal Systems: Constitutional Law

Tuition/fees: $4,400 tuition for 6 semester units, $200 law school registration fee, $200 university application fee, $13 additional health insurance coverage. Includes cocurricular visits to Barbadian legal institutions and social events.

Housing: University dormitories-6 single rooms on each floor with shared kitchen and bathroom $1,450

Requirements: Students who have completed one year of study in good standing at a US or Canadian law school before the start of the program.

Deadline: April 15.

Apply to: Professor Nancy G. Maxwell

Director of International Legal Programs

785-670-1837

nancy.maxwell@washburn.edu

washburnlaw.edu/barbados

CANADA

Thomas M. Cooley Law School

Location: Toronto

Dates: May 15–June 5 (Session I), June 6–27 (Session II)

Courses: Int’l Environmental Law, NAFTA Overview, Int’l Economic Law & Institutions, Int’l Human Rights, NAFTA Dispute Settlement, Trade and the Environment

Tuition/fees: $750/credit or $4,300 for 6 credits, includes some social events and several legal and cultural events

Housing: Single dorm room at University of St. Michael’s College (2014 not yet available, 2013 rates were $887 for Session I, $853 for Session II, and $1,448 for 6 weeks)

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full-time law study in good standing before program starts

Deadline: April 1

Apply to: Toronto Program 2014

International Programs Office

300 S. Capitol Ave.

P.O. Box 13038

Lansing, MI 48933

517-371-4150 x2044, fax 517-334-5787

Contact: foreignstudy@cooley.edu

www.cooley.edu/foreignstudy

Michigan State University

Location: Ottawa

Dates: May 17–June 28

Courses: Externship, course on Canadian legal system (6 credits).

Tuition/fees: $5,400 plus $100 program fee for special seminars, field trips, and guest lectures; $100 medical evacuation insurance fee. Tuition due April 15.

Housing: Approximately $1,600 at the student dorm at the University of Ottawa. See website for details.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study at an ABA-approved law school by May.

Deadline: March 11

Apply to: Canadian Summer Externship Program

law.msu.edu/canada

Southwestern Law School

Location: Vancouver

Dates: May 25–June 25

Courses: Global Tort Litigation; Comparative Sexual Orientation Law, Int’l Environmental Law, Comparative Criminal Procedure.

Tuition/fees: $3,100 for 4 units, $4,650 for up to 6 units, includes cocurricular visits to Canadian legal institutions and social events.

Housing: $900–$1,400, on-campus housing.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved, state-accredited US, or accredited Canadian law school before program starts.

Deadline: April 1 or until program is full.

Apply to: Anne Wilson

Assistant Dean for General LLM and International Programs

Vancouver Summer Law Program

Southwestern Law School

3050 Wilshire Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90010

213-738-5707

vancouver@swlaw.edu

www.swlaw.edu/vancouversummer

COSTA RICA

DePaul University

Location: Heredia

Dates: July 28–August 19

Courses: Protecting Rights in Americas: Critical Reflection on the Inter-American Human Rights System, New Directions in Latin American Human Rights: Law, Democracy, & Economic Justice, Rule of Law in Latin America: Comparative Criminal Procedure. Includes site visits to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, Inter-American Institute of Human Rights and The Center for Justice and Int’l Law.

Tuition/fees: $4,900 (subject to change) for 5 credits.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadline: June 1. Limited enrollment, early application advised.

Apply at: www.law.depaul.edu/costarica

Contact: Professor Alberto Coll

312-362-5663, acoll@depaul.edu

University of Florida

Location: San Jose

Dates: June 1–June 30

Courses: Conservation Clinic, Int’l & Comparative classes—Environmental Law, Law Skills Lab, Watershed Management: Law, Science, & Policy (2 credits each, 6-credit maximum). Field trips to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and other legal entities, plus optional trips to go white-water rafting, etc. Program includes students from Costa Rica, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the US.

Tuition/fees: 2013 program fee including tuition, fees, health insurance, & program excursions $4,935 (residents), $5,435 (nonresidents). 2014 program fee will be similar, $150 nonrefundable application fee.

Housing: Students arrange their own housing. List of housing and home-stay program information provided.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an accredited law school.

Deadline: March 14. Enrollment is limited to 20 students. Application available online.

Contact: Michelle G. Ocepek, ocepek@law.ufl.edu

www.law.ufl.edu/academics/ academic-programs/study-abroad/ summer-abroad/costa-rica

Santa Clara University

Location: San Jose, Costa Rica

Dates: May 25–June 13 (class, 4 units), June 16–August 1 (internship, 4–5 units)

Course: Human Rights in the Americas.

Tuition/fees: $1,000/semester unit. Internships, $1,000/unit.

Requirements: Completion of first year of full- or part-time study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school.

Deadlines: March 24, February 17 for internships.

Contact: Monica Davis, Program Manager

mdavis@scu.edu, 408-554-5484

or Vinita Bali, Managing Director

vbali@scu.edu, 408-554-4478

Center for Global Law & Policy, Summer Abroad

Santa Clara University School of Law

500 El Camino Real

Santa Clara, CA 95053

law.scu.edu/international/

summer-abroad.cfm

GUATEMALA

University of the Pacific,

McGeorge School of Law

Location: Antigua

Dates: May 31–June 20 (field placement until August 8)

Courses: Comparative Law Perspectives, Commercial Law for Foreign Investors in Guatemala, Comparative Criminal Procedure in the Americas, Legal Spanish for US Lawyers

Tuition/fees: Classroom: $4,900, includes academic charges for 4 units, lodging, breakfasts, course books, and social and cultural activities. Externship: $5,400 for a 4-unit externship.

Requirements: Students or graduates of an ABA-approved or state-accredited law school and fully accredited foreign law schools.

Apply to: University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law

916-739-7021

mcgeorgesummerabroad@pacific.edu

http://go.mcgeorge.edu/summer

MEXICO

University of New Mexico

Southwestern Law School

Texas Tech University

Universidad de Guanajuato

School of Law

Location: Guanajuato

Dates: June 1–29

Courses: Overview of Mexican Law, US Immigration Law and Mexico in the Age of Reform, Int’l and Comparative Family Law, Comparative Equality and Human Rights, Mexican Legal Systems (3 credits each). Optional limited-enrollment judicial or law-office externship June 30– July 11 (2 credits).

Tuition/fees: $3,475 (students enroll for 6 credits), includes program and application fees. $1,000 fee for optional externship.

Housing: Students arrange their own housing with help from the program; housing with 2 meals/day in walking distance of the Universidad de Guanajuato often available for $25–$30/day.

Requirements: Enrollment in a state or ABA-approved law school; law students, graduates, or graduate students in related discipline. Undergraduates may apply for the Comparative Equality and Human Rights and Mexican Legal Systems classes.

Deadline: May 19, early application advised.

Apply to: http://mexicanlawclasses.unm.edu

rcote@unm.edu

Whittier Law School

Location: Mexico City

Dates: June 9–27

Courses: Int’l Business Transactions; Int’l Environmental Law; Int’l Migration and Refugee; Environmental Sustainability in Int’l Business and Law.

Tuition/fees: $3,800 for the three-week session, plus a $200 enrollment fee. Includes legal and cultural tours.

Housing: Comfort Inn, located within walking distance of the Universidad Iberoamericana where classes are held.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved school.

Deadline: March 1 or until program is full.

Apply to: www.law.whittier.edu/

studyabroad

Contact: cpeeler@law.whittier.edu.

SOUTH AMERICA

ARGENTINA

American University

Washington College of Law

(See description under Chile.)

Southwestern Law School

Location: Buenos Aires

Dates: May 25–June 27

Courses: Corruption & Government, Int’l Business Transactions, Int’l Protection of Human Rights, Latin American Laws & Institutions. Students fluent in Spanish may be eligible for a full-time judicial externship with an Argentine court May 25–July 8 (3 credits) and required course Argentine Legal Institutions (2 credits) in lieu of regular courses.

Tuition/fees: $3,500 for 4 units, $5,150 for up to 6 units or $5,000 for judicial externship, includes course materials, cocurricular visits to Argentine legal, political, and economic institutions; human rights organizations; and social and cultural events.

Housing: $850 ($950 for externs), private room in an Argentine family home, includes weekday breakfasts and dinners.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved, state-accredited US, or accredited Canadian law school before program starts.

Deadline: April 1 or until program is full.

Apply to: Anne Wilson

Assistant Dean for General LLM and International Programs

Argentina Summer Law Program

Southwestern Law School

3050 Wilshire Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90010

213-738-5707

argentina@swlaw.edu

www.swlaw.edu/argentinasummer

Stetson University

University of Tulsa

Oklahoma City University

Mercer University

Charleston School of Law

Roger Williams University

Nova Southeastern University

Location: Buenos Aires

Dates: July 14–August 9

Course: Human Rights and Political Institutions

Tuition/fees: $5,168 for 4 credits; $6,460 for 1-credit internship; $250 materials and activities fee, includes cocurricular visits to legal institutions and social events in Argentina.

Housing: approximately $1,900 (estimated), shared double room for entire program, cost includes other services, please check website for final budget.

Requirements: Submit certified copy of law school transcript and dean’s letter of good standing authorizing attendance in Buenos Aires program. Also open to lawyers and business professionals.

Deadline: March 1

Apply to: Stetson University College of Law

Office of International Programs

international@law.stetson.edu

www.law.stetson.edu

BRAZIL

Tulane University

Location: Rio de Janeiro

Dates: May 13–June 7

Courses: Comparative Perspectives of Law & Sustainable Development: Law, Environmental Sustainability and Development; Urban Economic and Environmental Sustainability: Law, Policy & Culture.

Tuition/fees: $4,000 for five credit hours.

Housing: Please see website http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsabroad/brazil.aspx?id=14662 for updated information.

Admission Requirements: Completion of 1 year of study in good standing at an ABA-approved law school before program starts. Other candidates considered on a case-by-case basis.

Application Deadline: Applications accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until program is full.

Contact: Chana Lewis at  clewis1@tulane.edu or 504-865-5990

www.law.tulane.edu/abroad

CHILE

American University

Locations: Santiago, Valparaiso, Viña del Mar, Buenos Aires

Dates: June 1–29

Courses: Comparative Legal Perspectives on Social Problems, Legal Aspects of Trade & Investment in Latin America.

Tuition/fees: $10,500 for 6 credits, includes housing, insurance, and some course materials. $100 nonrefundable application fee.

Requirements: Completion of 1 year of law school in good standing by May. Also open to candidates for graduate law degrees, JD graduates, and graduate students in other disciplines—eligibility determined on a case-by-case basis.

Deadline: March 31, subject to space availability.

Apply to: Online or to Director Chile/Argentina Summer Program

American University Washington College of Law

4801 Massachusetts Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20016

chileprogram@wcl.american.edu

wcl.american.edu/chile

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