University of New Mexico

University of New Mexico

The Madrid Summer Law Institute is a four-week, five-credit program in Madrid, Spain that is open to law students, graduate students, and legal professionals from around the world. Classes meet Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., giving students ample opportunity for weekend travel around Spain and Europe. The Institute offers courses that are responsive to today’s law students and job market. The 2018 courses are: Overview of European Union Law, International Business Transactions, and Immigration Law: The Comparative and International Law of Economic Migration.

All courses are taught in English by U.S. and Spanish law professors. Participating in the Madrid Summer Law Institute will make you more marketable in the global economy by exposing you to legal, social, political, and cultural concepts that will give you a competitive edge. Every year Institute students find Madrid to be a fun and exciting metropolis. 

Program Information
School Name: 
University of New Mexico
Program Subject: 
European Union Law and International Law
School Term: 
Summer Abroad
Program Dates: 
June 3 - 30, 2018
Tuition: 
$740/Credit
Credits: 
5 credits
Application Deadline: 
25-May-18
Contact Information
Phone: 
505-277-5723
Location Information
Program City: 
Madrid
Program Country: 
Spain
Continent: 
Europe
Other Information
Number of students in program last year: 
47
Externship Opportunities: 
No
Organized Excursions: 
Madrid Bar Association (practice of international law in Europe) and European Association of Arbitration (how arbitration works in Europe and how the results are made binding around the world)