10 July 2024
Families, Law and Religion
Expand your legal perspective and enhance your ability to analyze and compare key topics in family law between Israel and the U.S. This course will provide you with both practical and theoretical knowledge, focusing on topics such as access to marriage, the ability to divorce, reproductive rights, and the establishment of parenthood. It will also broaden your understanding of how the law interacts with culture, religion, and society.
Undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students, particularly from the Faculty of Law but also including Jewish Studies students, and incoming Erasmus students.
English proficiency required.
Successful completion of the summer school can be awarded with 3 credits according the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
All certificates of completion are issued as a micro-credential.
EUR 250: The tuition fee includes course material, lunches, coffee breaks, social activities, and one networking dinner. It does not include travel, accommodation or meals other than the ones mentioned before.