Annual introduction to US law to be offered in Amsterdam during July 4-29
The program is taught Columbia University faculty, and has been held alternately at the Leiden Law School and Amsterdam Law School since 1963. It is designed to provide a general introduction to the American legal system for lawyers and other interested graduate students.
Partial scholarships are available based on academic merit.
For more information, please visit the program website.
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