LAW & POLITICAL SCIENCE
STRASBOURG, FRANCE & GENEVA, SWIZTERLAND
International Justice in Europe
Strasbourg, France, is part of the Legal Capitals of Europe with leading experts and practitioners, championing legal reforms and human rights laws. The city is also a state of the European Union. Students experience a holistic representation and understanding of opportunities in the legal profession. As the home of European Court of Human Rights, students meet leading experts and legal mind fronting justice and equal representations of various nations across Europe.
An international city and centre for global relations and diplomacy, Geneva gives students an opportunity to learn about dispute resolutions systems through presentations by experts and site visits to the World Trade Organization, the International Chamber of Commerce, and International Court of Sports at the International Olympics Committee and international compensation programmes at the International Organization for migration. Remarkably an International city, Geneva also offers diverse in terms of culture as well as beautiful scenery experience
Study Visits: European Court of Human Rights, Council of Europe, European Parliament, University Of Strasbourg, Europe Urbanization World Trade Organization, the International Chamber of Commerce, and International Court of Sports at the International Olympics Committee
THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS:
Students experience the practical applications of International Justice at The Hague. The study trip’s theme of International Justice and legal practice exposes students to policies, institutions, innovations and opportunities in the profession lectures at a local university, guided tour of the courtrooms as well as exclusive discussions with legal experts at the court.
Further to The Hague being legal City, the study program goes behind the scenes to explore the emerging innovations in justice delivery, applications and ecosystem that support the law profession at such an international platform.
Study Visits: ICC, (International Court of Justice) Eurojust, The Peace Palace, International legal organisations, Europol, University Of Amsterdam, and legal startups
JOHANNESBURG, CAPE TOWN, KWAZULU NATAL
A society with diverse cultures and a rich history that forms the story of South Africa, a study trip to this country introduces students to Comparative law that brings first hand experience of the interplay of Law and Society. The program allows students to visit some of the country’s legal institutions as well as experience its rich cultural heritage. .
Areas of Study: Application and coexistence of plural law system in Africa such as British Common law, customary law and other imported systems such as European Law. Application of multiple legal systems such as, gender discrimination, land reforms, Human rights and constitution.
Study Visits: South African constitution court, South Africa Litigation center, Hector Petersen Museum, Soweto Museum, Gender links, Lilies leaf, cradle of mankind, Lesedi village, Robben Island.
LONDON, OXFORD, EDINBURGH
Common Law & Its applications
TA study program to the UK exposes students to the British Law and its applications. Students experience the judiciary system with visits and presentations at the Royal Courts of Justice.
The program also incorporates interactions with fellow students at a leading university Schools of Law, visits to leading law firms in London as well as introductions to the startup scenes in these cities with a focus on companies revolutionizing delivery of legal services to the citizens.
Study Visits:House of Common, Chamber of House of Lords, Royal Court Of Justice, Museums & Exhibitions
Constitution& Bill Of Rights, Environmental Law.
Arguable the most powerful seat of Governments, Washington is the centre of Political & Legal Systems of the United States of America. It is also a capital foreign diplomatic missions to the US. A case study visit in Washington explores the policies, treaties and history of the profession as applied in US.
Visits Include; Environmental Law Institute, US Capital, IMF Center, Library of Congress At the forefront of leading bills of human rights and changing human rights, students explore how these advancements in the practice impact lives of normal citizens globally.
Study Visits:Law Schools & legal institutes, Ellis Island, Immigration Museum, 9/11 memorial site, United Nations, Tour of Wall street
HONG KONG, CHINA
When it comes to inter cultural business and trade, Hong Kong is well is well established in international trade. A study visit explores the policies and laws governing global business and influencing international trade.
Areas of study include aspects of Business Law, including topics such as Copyrights, patents and trademarks. Students experience first-hand learning about legal frameworks, customs and trading as well as governmental structures of Hong Kong.
Areas of Study: Commercial Law: Trademarks and patents, Copyrights