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, firstname.lastname@example.org