Classes: May 27 - June 14, 2013 (4 units)
Internships: June 17 ~ July 26, 2013 (3-4 units)
Study in Singapore, a thriving economic hub in the region that has absorbed numerous cultures and religions. Our course in Southeast Asian Business & Human Rights Law is a fascinating look at the intersection of business and human rights in this multi-faceted and vibrant economy.
Mix & Match
Choose from a menu of exciting internships in Singapore, Cambodia, India or Vietnam. Whether working with the United Nations or other international bodies, or at renowned international law firms, our internships offer an unsurpassed experiential opportunity.
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|About the Program|
|Academic & Internship Components|
|Consular & Travel Information
|Policies, Standards & Expectations|
|Insurance Policy Information|
Internships in Singapore: 10
Internships in Cambodia: 2 -4
Internships in Vietnam: 2 - 4
Internships in India: 2 - 4
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ENROLLED STUDENTS:
Summer 2011 Student Evaluation: Overall Experience 4.7
(Scale of 1-5, 1=poor, 5=excellent)
"This program exceeded my expectation in many aspects! Great and passionate professors taught interesting topics, many of which are eye-opening. Classmates are from all over the United States, with a lot of pre-law experiences. This discussions in and out of the classroom were fascinating!" Bin S., Santa Clara Law (2012)
"I really enjoyed the diversity of the program and lectures. By the last session, I felt that we had come full-circle to the first few lectures and everything started to make sense. Everything was incorporated and had influence on everything else." Chandler P., UNLV (2012)
"Wonderful experience, combines law with real Singapore culture" [Anonymous] Summer 2011
"This was an excellent experience." Laura Bahmenezed, Summer 2009, Touro Law School
"My summer abroad program [in Singapore] was great! Going to Vietnam [on an internship] was an awesome experience as well . . . " Nam Nguyen, Loyola Law School (2006)
"Working [at an NGO in Cambodia], I feel I am on the forefront of issues affecting Cambodians today. I have had the opportunity to help prepare for, participate in, and report on protests and organizations organized by my office. The work I am doing on forced evictions and property rights is directly connected to the most pressing legal issues in Cambodia today." Jacqueline Binger, Summer 2006.