US & Dutch universities team up for 46th annual American Law summer program

The Columbia Summer Program - a collaboration between Columbia University, Leiden University, and the University of Amsterdam - has announced that next summer's course on American Law will take place at Leiden University in the Netherlands from July 7 to August 1, 2008. According to the program's website, the month-long course provides "a general introduction to the American legal system."

Law graduates and advanced laws students are eligible to apply. Proficiency in English is required. Applications are due before May 1, 2008.

For more information and application material, please visit the program website.

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