Dates: May 18–June 27
Courses: Doing Business in Emerging Markets (2 credits), Global Health Law and Policy (2 credits), Int’l Intellectual Property Law (2 credits), European Human Rights Law (2 credits), Introduction to the Civil Law Systems (1 credits), Rule of Law in the Former Soviet Republics (1 credit), Introduction to Spanish (complimentary, no credit), Advanced Spanish for the Professional Setting (complimentary, no credit)
Tuition/fees: $4,800 (estimated); up to 6 credits (includes books)
Housing: SLU Madrid family housing or apartment housing through rental agencies is recommended. Please see website for details.
Requirements: 30 law school credit hours completed and in good standing.
Deadline: Early registration deadline (with $300 discount) is January 16th; regular registration deadline is March 27th. Applications may be accepted after March 27th, subject to availability.
Apply to: Ira H. Trako, Asst. Director, Center of International and Comparative Law, firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-977-2792