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The program is open to law students
from across the country, as well as practitioners from around the world.
Health Law & Policy
Credits: Up to 4 (1 per course), Dates: June 12-17
There's no issue hotter than health care
right now, and American University is
the place to be this summer to get the
most up-to-date training on related
legal issues. Students can take any or all
of the four courses offered during the
week-long institute. They are: Law and
Policy of Health Insurance Reform; False
Claims Act in the Health Care Industry;
Pharmaceuticals and the Law; and Health
Care Business Transactions.
"We try to offer courses that really
aren't offered in students' traditional law
programs," Scielzo said. "We also attract
practitioners . . . because of the cuttingedge nature of our topics."
Each course is 13 to 14 classroom
hours, meaning students are often able to
combine the institute with a summer job
Scielzo said the institute stands out
because of its frequent guest lecturers, as
Western Michigan University
Cooley Law School
well as instructors who are practitioners
and experts in the field.
"You have students who are traditional
law students from Washington College of
Law. You've got law students from around
the country. Then, you've also got practitioners in the classroom mixing with the
professors, who themselves are experts
and practitioners," Scielzo said. "It gives it
a really real-world feel."
Coastal Law Field Lab
University of South Carolina
Credits: 6, Dates: June 18 - July 15
If spending the summer outside while still
honing your legal skills and earning credit
is more your style, check out the fourweek Coastal Law Field Lab.
The program is divided into three
modules focused on: coastal land use and
environmental issues; climate change and
the coast; and coastal energy law. Two
days each week are spent in the field, visiting sites of important litigation or areas
that highlight issues discussed in class.
Students get to interact with key coastal stakeholders, including business managers, geologists, government officials, parties in current cases and real estate executives.
in Employment Law
LL.M. for the Practice
of Law in the U.S.
no live requirements
WMU-Cooley offers study abroad programs
in four of the most beautiful places in the
world. Live and study law in Oxford and
Toronto during summer and "down under"
during winter. Oxford, known as the city of
dreaming spires because of the churches
and university buildings,
is near London.
Lake Ontario, is
city and is vibrant with its diversity, dynamic
from its professional sports teams and financial districts, and cultural with its theatre
district and museums. Leave the northern
hemisphere and winter behind and enjoy
summer in Australia and New Zealand. The
semester program begins in Hamilton on
New Zealand's North Island in the HamiltonWaikato region, "The Shire" for fans of the
Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films. The
program finishes in Melbourne, Australia,
one of the most liveable cities in world,
cosmopolitan, and surrounded by natural
beauty. More information is available on the
WIDENER LEADERSHIP WORKS
Summer Law Programs
Join us in the "Corporate Capital of the U.S." this
summer for our exciting legal specialty programs.
Designed for U.S. or foreign-trained students and
practitioners, program options include:
* Advanced Concepts in Corporate Law
* Hot Topics in Cybersecurity Law
* The U.S. Legal System
Learn more at:
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