June 12 - 27, 2016
Berlin is the capital of Germany and has undergone enormous changes in the past one hundred years. The city is now a thriving, modern and exciting destination, welcoming tourists and business visitors alike. By the end of the Second World War, about one third of Berlin had been destroyed by Allied air raids and street fighting. Still today, many buildings in Berlin have bullet holes and other reminders of Berlin's significance in the Second World War. After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Berlin was reunited and much of the city has been rebuilt. Now, some of the the most significant architecture, both old and new, stands side by side. Berlin has one of the most vibrant art scenes in Europe and is often compared with the New York of the eighties. Its museums and galleries are famous throughout the world.
Who can Participate
The program is open to full-time or part-time law students at ABA accredited law schools. Participating students must currently be in good standing and have attended law school for at least one year.