Four-week program in American Law runs June 30-July 25

This year's Columbia Summer Program will be offered in Leiden, The Netherlands from June 30 to July 25. 
 
Offered for over fifty years, the four-week program is offered each year jointly by Columbia University, Leiden University, and the University of Amsterdam. It is taught entirely by Columbia Law School faculty, and rotates each year between Amsterdam and Leiden.
 
It is designed to provide a general introduction to the American legal system for lawyers and other legal professionals, or graduate students.
 
The deadline for application to the program is May 1, 2014.
 
Fore more information, please visit the program website

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