Courses: Summer Institute for Int’l Law and Policy: focus on int’l and comparative law and int’l institutions located nearby in The Hague and Brussels. Students attend 1 session (2 courses) or both sessions (3 or 4 courses) to earn up to 8 credits: Atrocity Law & Policy, Contemporary Developments in Int’l Human Rights Law, Int’l Criminal Law & Procedure, Law of Whistleblowing in Comparative Perspective, Legal Regulation of Childhood, Global Issues in Patent Law & Policy.
Tuition $ Fees: $2,500 for 1 session, $4,000 for both sessions.
Housing: Session 1: 1,697 Euros (shared double room, approximately $2,200), Session 2: 1,256 Euros (shared double room, approximately $1,650). Total for both sessions: 2,954 Euros (shared double room, approximately $3,850). Single rooms are available during each period for double the shared-room rate.
Admission Requirements: Good standing at an ABA approved law school. Also open to students enrolled in a non-US undergraduate or graduate law program who have competed the first year of full-time study or part-time equivalent in good standing before program starts.
Application Deadline: March 31, admission open and on a first-come, first-selected basis.
Contact: Associate Dean Michael Peil at firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Site: http://law.wustl.edu