Interested in Studying Abroad During the Summer?
The Law School has a student exchange partnership with EBS Law School in Wiesbaden, Germany. EBS offers an intensive summer program from June 3 to June 28. The four-week summer program focuses on European Business Law. After completing an intensive one-week course on the Law of the European Union, students can choose from six different electives dealing with more detailed questions of EU Business Law.
Each elective equals 700 minutes of teaching and comprises a matching site visit (e.g. the European Central Bank, the European Court of Justice, etc.) and a final examination on the last day of the programme. Students without any prior knowledge of EU Law can delve into the topic during a relatively short period, whereas students having studied some basics of European Law can deepen their expertise in the specific electives.
The language of instruction is English, but EBS offers a free German language crash course during the first week. You can learn more at www.ebs.edu/lawsummer. A flyer describing last year's summer program is available here. Questions? See Dean Ballard in Room 216.