Cornell Law School Summer Institute for International Law

The Summer Institute for International Law is a four-week online academic program in international and comparative law.

The curriculum emphasizes the study of international law and institutions, as well as U.S. and other legal systems in a comparative context.  Cornell Law School offers one of the country’s oldest and most distinguished programs in international and comparative legal education.  This program is built on the excellence and reputation of Cornell Faculty in International Law.

This program will feature courses taught by Professors Elizabeth Anker, Maggie Gardner, Mitchel Lasser, Beth Lyon, Brian Richardson, Jed Stiglitz, Nelson Tebbe, and Charles K. Whitehead. 

All are welcome to join the International Programs team for an Info Session to discuss the Summer Institute for International Law on April 7th at Noon (EST): Sign Up

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