Twenty students will be accepted for Summer 2013 on a first-come basis. Please apply early to ensure your place in the program.
The 2012 Program, with small class sizes and a seminar-like atmosphere, allowed its 14 students, from 14 law schools in the U.S. and abroad, as well as practicing lawyers, to get personal attention from professors and constantly involve themselves in class dialogues.
Trinity College offers attractive single occupancy rooms in the modernized Blue Boar Building, which were highly regarded by all students in the 2012 summer program. Students can start using their rooms on Sunday, June 30, 2013. The room fee is $1,700. The rooms are single occupancy only (no exceptions). Students are allowed to locate their own housing in Cambridge if they wish, but it is normally more expensive. In addition, Trinity College will charge students who do not reside in the college an additional fee of about $38 to cover the computer, library, and other services they will be providing. For those who reside in the college, this fee is part of the $1,700 room fee. While the rooms at Trinity are well ventilated and the weather is usually cool at night, there is no air conditioning. We need to know as soon as possible (and in any case by April 30) whether you want to stay outside of the Trinity dorms. Please select your housing choice on your Summer Abroad Application. Unless we hear from you to that effect, you will be charged for your room through Tulane’s Accounts Receivable billing system.
Tuition is $2,400.00 for enrollment in up to three one-hour courses in the program. Course materials are included in the tuition fee.
Students will be provided with a free electronic version and free printed copies of all materials used in the courses. The printed copies will be available upon arrival in Cambridge.
For further details concerning eligibility, costs, deadlines, and application procedures, visit our Tuition, Policies and Procedures section.