The University of Miami School of Law is proud to offer its London Summer Program for 2013. It will be based at University College London (UCL). Students will reside in a residence hall at UCL and will have their classes at Bentham House, the building wh
- London, United Kingdom
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- Study Abroad
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- Program Description:
- The University of Miami School of Law has been offering travel/study programs as well as city-based programs since 1991. The programs are offered to law students from the U.S. and Canada. These programs are specifically designed to be the best located, longest, most comprehensive and most inclusive as possible. An exciting array of interesting destinations, special events, and guided trips are always included and the students always have time to explore on their own. The law courses included in the program are sanctioned by the ABA.
The University of Miami School of Law is proud to offer its London Summer Program for 2013. It will be based at University College London (UCL). Students will reside in a residence hall at UCL and will have their classes at Bentham House, the building which accommodates UCL’s Faculty of Laws. They will have a choice among three law courses: The first two, “International Human Rights” and “Global Legal Entrepreneurship”, are both worth 3 credits and are taught by distinguished faculty from UCL and the University of Westminster, respectively. The third choice is “Evidence”, a 4-credit course which focuses on the federal rules of evidence-with objective examination-and which has been taught numerous times at Miami Law by Professor Michael H. Graham, a Deans Distinguished Scholar. Professor Graham is the author of various extensive volumes on evidence which are used as textbooks at many law schools. The opportunity to study any of these courses while residing in the vibrant city of London makes for a very memorable learning experience.
Miami Law seeks to give law students an invaluable comprehensive summer study experience that will carry them through the rest of law school and into their careers.
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