The Tulane Law School, together with the University of Paris Dauphine’s Law School, are offering a re-launched summer program in Paris. The program is specifically structured for both law students and business school students who seek to understand the global dimensions of today’s world. This summer program is the oldest, continuously-operating (since 1973) American summer program in France.
The classes are taught in English on the campus of Paris Dauphine University, and provide a business law overview of Europe today: the European financial system, the Brexit implications, France’s unique laws and culture, and the modern challenges facing the European legal order. The classes are taught by an internationally renowned faculty drawn from both Tulane Law School and Paris Dauphine. The program attracts students from law schools and business schools in the United States, France and Europe.
Students successfully completing the course will receive the Institute’s Diploma, and those completing internships will also receive the Institute’s Certificate. The Institute welcomes American lawyers to audit the courses in order to obtain CLE credit.
The fee for international students to attend the 3 week course is $1,200.
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