For over a decade now, we have offered our students a unique option for summer studies: our Program in London, run by English Barrister Robert Webster, is a unique opportunity for experiential learning which places our students in the chambers of leading barristers and judges.
Last year we offered options to study in China and Argentina, as part of a consortium headed by Stetson Law School. Now I am delighted to announce that we are expanding further: RWU Law students now can opt into classes in The Hague (Netherlands) and Lausannne (Switzerland). These new possibilities are especially interesting because they will take advantage of distinctive RWU faculty expertise: the teachers will be our own Professor John Chung (who served at the United Nations in Geneva before joining our faculty) and Peter Margulies, a nationally-known expert on human rights, while RWU Prof. Louise Teitz will provide unique opportunities via her current diplomatic posting at the Hague.
This gives us a remarkable array of study abroad options so that our students can learn law, but also get a chance to sample the local culture and history, as the pics below show.
Study Abroad Students in Bath (photo by Sean Leonard)
Royal Ascot (photo by Sean Leonard)
Escuela Mecanica de la Armada (photo by Kate Chesney)
Cabildo -Primer (First) Government Building in Buenos Aires
(photo by Jumoke Akinrimisi)
Madres de Plaza de Mayo- an association of Argentine
mothers whose children disappeared during the
Dirty War of the military dictatorship between 1976
and 1983 (photo by Anna Guy)
Local wine and baked goods (photo by Anna Guy)
Iguazu Falls (photo by Anna Guy)
Tiananmen Square (photo by Chris Alger)
"Reminder" Notice at Chinese-North Korean border (photo by Chris Alger)
The Great Wall of China (photo by Amanda Sorenson)