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, firstname.lastname@example.org