Duquesne University


Dates: May 29–June 19

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 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; approx. $19/day for double-occupancy which includes breakfast and free Internet access.

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

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

Website: http://duq.edu/law/china


Cologne, Paris, and Brussels

Dates: May 28–June 18

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

Tuition/fees: $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 EU government and the residence of the US Ambassador to Belgium.

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: March 31

Apply to: http://duq.edu/law/european-law

Contact: Robin Connors, connorsr@duq.edu


Belfast and Dublin

Dates: May 30–June 20

Courses: The program is one-week modules teaching Law of the EU, Int’l Arbitration & Dispute Resolution, and Human Rights Law.

Tuition/fees: $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: Shared room with twin beds and bathroom (Belfast) and shared room with twin beds and bathroom at Trinity College, Dublin (Dublin).

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

Deadline: March 31

Apply to: http://duq.edu/law/ireland

Contact: Robin Connors, connorsr@duq.edu



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