Tulane University Summer Abroad Programs

February 15, 2010Duke Law News

Tulane University will offer summer abroad programs in a number of topics. The following are available:

Amsterdam: July 2-31, International Human Rights and Criminal Law

Berlin: July 25-Aug. 7, ADR: Mediation, Negotiation, Arbitration

Cambridge: July 5-17, European Union and Comparative Law

Greece:
Rhodos 1: May 30-June 18, Admirality and Law of the Sea; International Conventions
Spetses: June 20-July 9, Comparative Legal Studies; Private Inernational Law
Rhodos 2: July 11-30, Comparative Law: Multinational Businesses and International Business Transactions

London: July 19-31, Transatlantic Business Law

Paris: July 1-14 or July 19-31, International and Comparative Law

Siena: July 6-25, International Law and the Arts

Justice Stephen Breyer of the U.S. Supreme Court will co-teach a course on constitutional interpretation in the Cambridge program.

For more information, visit www.law.tulane.edu/tlsabroad or contact Chana Lewis at clewis1@tulane.edu or 504-865-5990.
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