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International Summer School

Williamsburg, Virginia, USA

(Sommer 2019)

Kom med internationale studerende fra hele verden for at lære global juridisk praksis på Amerikas ældste lovskole!

Vælg mellem to uger og tre ugers muligheder: $ 2.000 i to uger, $ 3.500 i tre uger, inkluderer boliger (aircondition med madlavningsfaciliteter), Richmond lufthavnstransport og omkostninger til kulturelle og historiske læringserfaringer.

Uger: 15. juli - 3. august 2019

  • Uge 1: Juridisk engelsk og Skriv om morgenen (3 timer); Introduktion til amerikansk lov (1,25 timer) plus Lawyering og Professional Skills Training (1.25 timer) om eftermiddagen
  • Uge 2: Juridisk engelsk og Skriv om morgenen (3 timer); Introduktion til amerikansk lov (1,25 timer) plus Lawyering og Professional Skills Training (1.25 timer) om eftermiddagen
  • Uge 3: Juridisk engelsk og Skriv om morgenen (3 timer); Introduktion til amerikansk retssag, Mock Trial Training og Court besøg (2,5 timer) om eftermiddagen

Weekend kulturelle og historiske læringserfaringer til:

  • Jamestown, Yorktown og historiske Virginia
  • Virginia Beach, Atlanterhavet
  • Washington DC

** Studerende vil være ansvarlig for visum og international flybillet, sygesikring og alle måltider. Dette kursus vil blive holdt underlagt et mindste antal registranter.

Har du spørgsmål eller ansøgning, bedes du kontakte assistent dekan Jennifer S. Stevenson på jsstevenson@wm.edu. Tidlig registrering tilskyndes; Fristen for registrering er 30. april 2019.

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In 1779, with the American Revolution at its height, Thomas Jefferson instituted America’s first program for the academic study of law at The College of William & Mary. To guide this new experimen ... Læs mere

In 1779, with the American Revolution at its height, Thomas Jefferson instituted America’s first program for the academic study of law at The College of William & Mary. To guide this new experiment, Jefferson chose George Wythe, a leader of the Virginia bar and Jefferson’s mentor. Considered the most scholarly lawyer in Virginia, Wythe incorporated a range of academic subjects into the study of law, including political science, economics, history, and classical literature. Wythe envisioned legal education not only as training for legal practitioners but also as a means “to form such characters as may be fit to succeed those which have been ornamental and useful in the national councils of America.” Many of Wythe’s students achieved prominence in the early Republic. Foremost among them was John Marshall, future chief justice of the United States Supreme Court, whose importance for the development of American constitutional law remains unequaled today. Located in Williamsburg, Virginia, U.S.A., one of those rare American cities with a rich sense of place. But, while it trumpets its roots in American history, it also can boast of a lively college scene. It's a perfect fit for the law school lifestyle. It’s a real college town with a thriving cultural, entertainment and outdoor scene. Minimer
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