Mississippi College School of Law is pleased to offer its spring break study abroad program in Havana, Cuba. Students will take a two-credit course in Comparative Civil Rights while spending a full week exploring the wonders of Havana. The course will be taught by Professor Matt Steffey of MC Law.
Who Can Participate
The program is open to full-time or part-time J.D. and LL.M. students, including international students, enrolled in an ABA-accredited law school. Participating J.D. students must have attended law school for at least one year and currently be in good standing. LL.M. students must be in good standing. Therefore, the program is only available to current second and third year J.D. students and LL.M. students.
Maximum enrollment is 18 students.
For MC Law students, see MC Law policies regarding academic standing and eligibility to participate in intersession courses.
Visiting students must have written approval from the Dean of their home school to be eligible to participate and are advised to consult with their home school's Dean or Registrar prior to application to ensure acceptance of credit for the program. Transcript request information will be provided to visiting students upon completion of the program. Visiting students are responsible for submitting their own transcript requests following the program. Acceptance of any credit or grade for any course taken in the program is subject to determination by the home institution.
In recent years, participating students represented numerous academic institutions, including Mississippi College School of Law, the University of Arizona, Arizona State University, Seattle University, the University of Northern Kentucky, the University of Maryland, Fordham University, Florida A&M University, New York Law School, Golden Gate University, Valparaiso University, Western New England University, and the University of Houston.