Would you be able to send out this notice to students in your majors? This is the 10th year that the Law School and Law, Societies and
Justice are working together to teach an intensive month long seminar in
Rome. Undergrads get to interact with both law students and faculty.
Students interested in applying should email Professor Ramasastry asap at
Law, Societies & Justice Italy –
Law/LSJ Exploration Seminar to Rome
– Ever wonder why Amanda Knox is having her case retried even though
she was acquitted?
– Why did Silvio Berlusconi stay in office after being convicted of
– Why are Italians against the death penalty?
– Do Europeans have more privacy rights than Americans?
Study comparative law and politics in Rome ? with the UW Law/Law Societies and
Justice Rome program this summer ! Study with law and political science
professors as well as with law students.
When: Early fall start (August 22 through September 19) ? you can extern or
work before studying abroad.
Cost: $4,200 includes all tuition (for 8 credits for undergraduates),
housing, some meals and excursions (you can apply for financial aid) ? for law
students it?s a bargain
How: Apply online via UW International Programs and Exchanges ? the original
deadline was March 1 but has been extended