Over the noon hour I spoke with 30 or so students about the 2015 iteration of Regent Law School's summer program in Strasbourg, France. You can read all about it here.
I will be directing the program and will be joined by faculty members including former Attorney General John Ashcroft, who will be teaching a course in Civil Liberties and National Security Law, and Professor David Smolin who is an expert on the international human rights law and practice. I will be teaching a course in Comparative Law, focusing on the law of contracts here in the United States and there in a number of European countries.
Registration will be open soon but I encourage readers who are law students to be watching the website and those who aren't students to let friends and family who are in law school know about this exciting opportunity.