Rio Program Informational Sessions
Please join us for two informational sessions about the summer abroad program in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
- Tuesday, November 13: 1-1:50 p.m. at the Courtroom
- Wednesday, November 14: 4:30-5:30 p.m. in Room 109
The Summer Legal and Policy Study in Rio de Janeiro, operated in consortium with Georgia State University College of Law and University of Tennessee College of Law, offers students a broad range of international and comparative law courses with a strong social and economic justice focus.
The program runs from May 17 through June 13, 2008. Students may enroll in one 2-week course for 3 credits or take the entire month-long program (two 2-week courses) for 6 credits.
The courses offered in summer 2008 are as follows:
- Comparative Approaches to Race, Ethnicity and the Law Seminar
- Comparative Concepts of Criminal Justice
- International Environmental Law
- International Trade Law
- Comparative Corporate Law: Governance, Transactions, and Practice
- Family Law Seminar: Comparative Perspectives on Domestic Violence and the Law
- Human Rights Law Seminar
- Sustainable Development Law
Professor Carmen Gonzalez, Associate Dean Donna Deming, Assistant Dean Kathleen Koch, and Paula Nagel from Student Financial Services will be at hand to answer your questions. More information on the program.