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
Professor Monica Teixeira de Sousa, Director
New England Law | Boston