Law Study Abroad Registration Open
| February 10, 2014
Registration closes soon for the ABA-approved summer program on international law in Mukono, Uganda, running from May 25 to June 21, 2014.
The program, headed by Regent University School of Law professor Kenneth Ching, allows students to develop an informed relationship with the people and legal challenges of East Africa.
Students will live and study at Uganda Christian University in Mukono, and will visit organizations such as the International Justice Mission branch office and the Uganda Supreme Court and Constitutional Court.
Former participant, 2L Kevin Weldon, explained that studying law in Uganda was life changing. Weldon considers the experiences he enjoyed outside of the class room, such as rafting on the Nile River, as once-in-a-lifetime opportunities.
"We saw legal reform in action, heard from amazing guest lecturers, and received outstanding classroom instruction," said Weldon. "I highly recommend this program to every law student interested in international human rights."
In the summer of 2015, Regent Law will once again offer its popular Strasbourg Study Abroad Program. The Strasbourg summer program features coursework, trips to international legal organizations, and personal travel time, allowing students to make the most of their experience in France. Interested students are advised to stay tuned for further details on the summer 2015 Strasbourg program.
Applications for the summer 2014 Uganda program are due February 20. Click here to register.
Mindy Hughes, Public Relations
Phone: 757.352.4095 Fax: 757.352.4888
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