2016 Course Descriptions

Comparative Corporate Law

Taught by Bahar and Krawiec

International Commercial Arbitration

Taught by Metzloff and Mbengue

Introduction to American Law

Taught by Metzloff and Gulati

Introduction to International Taxation

Taught by Schmalbeck and Folger

Responding to Terrorism: Different Perspectives of Applicable Law

Taught by Silliman and Gaggioli

The Role of International Organizations in Securing Human Rights

Taught by Gazzini and Teitz

Studying at the Duke-Geneva Institute was an amazing experience which not only broadened by academic horizons, but also gave me a chance to meet other students and lawyers from all over the world. Learning about other law systems and cultures in such a setting is invaluable. I left Geneva with unforgettable memories, great friendships, and a desire for further study abroad. My one regret is that the Institute was only a month long.”

—Roi Bejerano, participant from Israel