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Join us this summer in the Washington DC of Europe, Brussels, Belgium to learn more about Europe's legal systems: Comparative Legal Systems: American, British and European Union

Led by Associate University Counsel member & Assistant Attorney General David Drummey, this two-week study tour offers students a unique glimpse at the the changing political climate in one of the world's political epicenters: Brussels. Perfect for pre-law students or anyone interested in learning more about the law, the program is seeking approval for credits in Criminology, Public and International Affairs, History, and New Century College learning. Site visits include:

EU Court of Justice (Luxembourg)

The program fee includes excursions to both Luxembourg and Strasbourg, France, and there will be ample opportunity to spend weekends in nearby culturally-rich cities such as Paris, Cologne, or Amsterdam. Did we almost forget to mention the food? Check out this fun video from the Belgium tourist board: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUm65dA3QMI&feature=player_embedded

Questions? Contact Erin Mateu at [log in to unmask] or by phone at (703) 993-3864. To apply, simply click the "apply now" button on the program web page: Comparative Legal Systems: American, British and European Union

We will accept online applications up until Friday, March 2, 2012.

Kevin Stoy
Marketing Coordinator | Center for Global Education
(703) 993-2132 | [log in to unmask]
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