27 July 2018
Columbia Summer Program
This summer, Leiden Law School will host the Columbia Summer Program. For more than fifty years Columbia Law School has offered this Summer Program in American Law, in cooperation with the law faculties of Leiden and Amsterdam Universities. The Program is held in alternate summers, for the full month of July, in Leiden and Amsterdam. This year the Program will be held in Leiden. Recent students - and students from many years past - have given overwhelmingly enthusiastic evaluations of the Program. Former students - who are now distinguished judges, political leaders, senior attorneys, business executives, and law professors - participate in great numbers in formal Program reunions and in smaller informal reunions in many countries.
Prof. Ed Morrison
Eligible to the Summer Program are law graduates, who are professionally active in the practice of law, industry, commerce, government, international organizations or related activities and law students in an advanced phase of their studies.
Educate students on all aspects of American law
EUR 3800: The fee for 2016 is € 3800 for young professionals and € 2950 for students. The fee covers tuition, accommodation, study materials for the courses and all administrative expenses, including those of the extracurricular activities, lunches and farewell diner. The fee for students of the University of Amsterdam and Leiden University is €1475, but accommodation is not included.
For applications sent in before 1 February 2016, an "early-bird" discount applies. "Early-bird" students pay € 2600 and "Early-bird" professionals pay € 3450 for this unique program and experience. For students of the University of Amsterdam and Leiden University there is no possibility to receive ''early-bird'' discount.
De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek 2016
We are pleased to announce that De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek is granting two full scholarships to participants of the Columbia Summer Program! Each participant can apply for this scholarship by sending an e-mail includ