Courses: Intro to Arbitration, Consumer Arbitration, The UNCITRAL Model Law on ICA, NAFTA Arbitration, ICC Arbitration, US Law of Arbitration, & ICSID Arbitration.
Tuition $ Fees: $4,250 for 6 credits, $1,725 for individual session (2 courses).
Housing: Dorm or private rooms and apartments available, students arrange own housing.
Admission Requirements: Good standing at an ABA-approved law school.
Application Deadline: April 30, late applications accepted until program is full.
Web Site: http://www.law.psu.edu/montreal
Florence, Rome, and Siena
Courses: Antonin Scalia, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the US will be the Distinguished Guest Jurist in a 1-credit course on Separation of Powers. Other courses include Comparative Law in a Globalized World–Transnational Perspectives (2.5 credits), Int’l Arbitration (2.5 credits); Int’l & Comparative Family Law (2.5 credits), Transnational Litigation & Civil Procedure (2.5 credits). Seminars and visits to the Uffizi, Palazzo Vecchio and Ponto Vecchio in Florence; historic Siena and San Gemignano; Villa Aldobrandini (headquarters of the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law–UNIDROIT) and the Constitutional Court of Italy in Rome are included. Receptions and cultural events facilitate networking among students, faculty, and guest lecturers.
Tuition $ Fees: $3,500 for 5-credits, $4,200 for 6-credits ($700 per credit), $300 activities fee.
Housing: $340 per week, meals $840 per month.
Admission Requirements: Completion of first year of law school in good standing at an ABA-approved law school or an AALS-accredited law school.
Application Deadline: March 15, but late applications accepted until program is full.
Web Site: http://www.law.psu.edu/florence