Four summer courses on offer in California and Germany during June, July and August
Orientation in U.S.A. Law (July 11-August 7, 2010) provides a four-week overview of the US legal system. This course is offered with open enrollment, meaning that there is no TOEFL score requirement and no age or degree requirement.
The Global Trading System (August 9-20, 2010) is an intensive program for attorneys, as well as legal, corporate, and business professionals who wish to gain a working familiarity with the global trading system, including international trade, commerce and investments, as well as international dispute resolution. (Also open enrollment.)
The Thirteenth Annual International Commercial Law Seminar in Köln, Germany (June 14-25, 2010) is a joint collaboration between the University of California, the German Institution of Arbitration (DIS), the Arbitration Documentation and Information Center (ADIC) and the German Bar Association (DAV). The specific topic for 2010 is Dispute Resolution in International Commerce and Investment. (Open enrollment.)
English for Legal Professionals (June 25 to July 9, 2010) is an intensive program preparing high intermediate to advanced level participants interested in improving their English language skills for success in law-oriented careers. (Open enrollment.)
Credit from each of the above courses, except for English for Legal Professionals, may be applied toward the Summer LL.M. in International Commercial Law program.
For more information, visit the UC Davis Lawwebsite or their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.
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