[This program is self-funded]
The Duke-Geneva Institute is designed to address the educational and professional needs of students and young lawyers with an interest in international and comparative law as well as those with an interest in transnational practice. The Institute brings together a congenial group of participants and faculty members who wish to share their highly-varied legal backgrounds and cultures and to learn from one another. The academic program draws on the rich international community of Geneva and is enhanced by special seminars that complement and enrich the classroom instruction.
For further information, please visit: https://law.duke.edu/internat/europe/
Bioethics Law and Policy, Financial Intermediaries: Markets, Regulations, and The Law, Fragmentation Complexity in International Environmental Law, International Commercial Arbitration, Introduction to American Law, Introduction to International and Comparative Taxation.
June 25 – July 25, 2017
Submission of the application must be closely followed by a tuition deposit of U.S. $500, a housing deposit of U.S. $500, and a non-refundable registration fee of U.S. $350. Payments may be made in one of three ways: 1) by check in U.S. dollars, drawn on a U.S. bank, and made payable, to the order of “Duke University – Duke-Geneva Institute” OR 2) by bank wire in U.S. dollars (contact Tonya Jacobs for wiring details) OR 3) by International Postal Money Order. Note: Any wiring fee must be paid by the applicant. These payments will be applied against tuition, student accommodation fees, and registration, respectively. The balance of tuition, student accommodation, and non-resident fees will be payable as close to April 7 as possible and should be remitted by check, bank wire, or International Postal Money Order in U.S. dollars in the same way.
Student who interested to join this program should apply online at https://law.duke.edu/internat/europe/application/
Application accepted through June 7, 2017.