Students studying in the UF Law France program benefit from a dual focus on comparative and international law. American and French professors examine various aspects of United States and French legal systems and European community law in classes in which there are both United States and French students. Students also meet with members of the judiciary and the legal profession. In addition, the program allows you to live in and enjoy the rich French culture.
The first week of the five week program will be spent in Paris, while the last four weeks will be at the University of Montpellier in Montpellier. Courses offered include Global Business Law in Europe (Professors Germain & Mousseron), White Collar Crime (Professor Stinneford) and Comparative Procedure (Professor Malavet).Enrollment is limited to 30 U.S. students. In addition, a number of students from the University of Montpellier enroll in one or more of the classes.
France Program dates: Sunday, June 21st to Saturday, July 25th, 2015
Application deadline: April 17, 2015, Rolling Admission