January 28, 2005
Twelve Separate Sessions in Seven Different Countries
Tulane University Law School has added London to its roster of summer abroad law programs in 2005. The new London program is offered through a partnership between Tulane Law School and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies of Queen Mary School of Law. The program will offer study in the areas of international trade, international copyright, international sales, and international negotiation and mediation and include special lectures at leading London law firms.
With the addition of the London program, Tulane will be offering a total of twelve separate summer sessions at nine sites in seven different countries this year. Students may also choose to attend programs in Toronto, Cambridge, Paris, Berlin, the Greek Isles, Siena, and Amsterdam. Law students who have completed their first year of law school and are in good standing are eligible to attend.
Over the past quarter century, students from more than 140 law schools have attended Tulane University Law School’s international summer programs, which have earned a reputation as among the finest in the country. Prominent scholars and prestigious federal judges have highlighted the Tulane international summer program faculty. United States Supreme Court Justices Rehnquist,Scalia, Blackmun, Breyer, and Ginsburg have participated as visiting scholars in past Tulane summer law programs abroad.
For more information about the summer abroad programs, please visit the law school’s website at: