Applications for program in Leiden are due on June 1

The 50th edition of the Columbia Summer Program will be held at Leiden University during July 2-27. The program is entirely taught by professors of the Columbia Law School, and is designed to provide a general introduction to the American legal system for lawyers and other legal professionals or graduate students.

The long-running program is a cooperation between Columbia, Leiden, and the University of Amsterdam Law School. Since 1963, the program is held alternately in Leiden and Amsterdam. Applications for the program are due on June 1.

For more information, please visit the Columbia Summer Program website.

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