Sorrento, University of Denver

Sorrento, University of Denver

Through Denver Law, students can choose to participate in our study abroad programs in Sorrento, Italy or Antigua, Guatemala. The latter is through a partnership with the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law and in affiliation with Gonzaga University School of Law. These programs provide law students with an introduction to the legal institutions of another country and the option to take courses that are outside the standard law school curriculum.

Program Information
School Name: 
University of Denver
Program Subject: 
Intensive study in international and comparative law with focus on Italian jurisprudence
Programs Specialty: 
International
School Term: 
Summer
Program Dates: 
May 22 - June 16
Tuition: 
$975 per credit/$675 course fee
Credits: 
6
Application Deadline: 
10-Mar
Contact Information
Location Information
Program City: 
Sorrento
Program Country: 
Italy
Continent: 
Southern Europe
Other Information
Number of students in program last year: 
8
Externship Opportunities: 
Yes
Organized Excursions: 
Our Italy summer program allows students to spend four weeks in Sorrento, Italy, from May 22-June 16, earning up to six course credits. Courses will be offered in Comparative Corporate Governance, Introduction to Italian Law, Comparative Competition Law and Comparative Drug Policy. In addition, the program is planning field trips to various courts in Rome, the University of Naples and juvenile detention centers in Naples.