Widener University 2010 Summer International Law Institutes

February 1, 2010Duke Law News

Widener University School of Law hosts cooperative programs in Nairobi, Kenya; Sydney, Australia; Lausanne, Switzerland; and Venice, Italy. Students receive instruction from Widener Law School professors as well as professors from the host country.

The Nairobi International Law Institute will be June 13-July 16, and courses will be offered in international law, comparative constitutional law and international environmental law.

The Lausanne International Law Institute will be June 7-July 2, and courses will be offered in international criminal law, international human rights, global health law, investment protection and arbitration and world trade organization law.

The Sydney International Law Institute will be June 13-July 16, and courses will be offered in comparative family law and Australian legal perspectives.

The Venice International Law Institute will be June 20-July 17, and courses will be offered in international and comparative trademark law, European Union law, international trade law, international trade and the environment and international and comparative copyright law.

Applications will be accepted until April 26.
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