SIU Law Students Travel Abroad to Study International Legal Systems
March 8, 2013
Follow Southern Illinois University law students as they travel in Europe as part of a course on Legal Globalization and Comparative Law focusing on international legal and political systems, with emphasis on Germany. Eleven students and Dean Fountaine will visit sites of legal and historical significance in Munich, Nuremberg, Luxembourg, The Hague, and Brussels. While they travel, they will blog about their experiences here.
You can also follow students in Professor Lucian Dervan's course - Legal Globalization: Sydney Australia. Here is their first entry:
Over the next week, nine students from Southern Illinois University School of Law will travel to Sydney, Australia as part of a legal globalization and comparative law course regarding international white collar crime. During their travels, they will meet with various officials from the law enforcement community and the legal community to learn first-hand about this evolving and dynamic field. We hope you will follow along through this blog here.