Amsterdam—“a model for other foreign summer programs . . . [with a] curriculum [that is] excellent in concept and excellent in execution.” - The American Bar Association
Berlin—set in a uniquely cosmopolitan capital with cultural attractions that few other cities can match, this two-week program focuses on the cutting edge of Alternative Dispute Resolution (including negotiation, mediation and arbitration)
Greek Isles—specializing in Admiralty and Maritime Law, IBT, and Legal Institutions of the European Union, emerald waters and rolling-green hills add a spectacular dimension to this classroom
London—study International Business Law in one of the busiest and most vibrant business centers in the world
Paris—Tulane Law School, with its roots deep in the Napoleonic law, is particularly at home in the capital of France. Paris is also the spiritual home of the civil law.
Sienna—a rigorous and stimulating program, here, students will learn European Union and International Law “Under the Tuscan Sun”
Although each program has its own personality, all foster a deeper learning experience by immersing students not only in the substance of their coursework, but also in the cultures in which they are living. Why postpone the inevitable journey?Apply today.