Summer Study of European Law in Cologne & Luxembourg, Germany & Strasbourg, France - Coming in 2020

Duquesne University School of Law is pleased to present the three-week Summer Study of European Law in Cologne and France in conjunction with the University of Cologne, Germany.                                    


Join Us in Europe 

This three-week program has offered exciting one-week modules each in the study of European Public Law, Corporate Governance, European Data Protection Laws, and European Intellectual Property Law. The program totals 5 (semester) hours of credits approved by the American Bar Association.

In Cologne, classes meet at the Institute for American Law on the campus of the University of Cologne.

Read about the curriculum and discover how the program can expand your law school education. 


Photo of the inside of a building in Cologne Germany

Site Visits 

The program will continue to be based in Cologne, Germany and participating students will now take side-trips to:

  • Strasbourg. a beautiful university city that is the capital of the Alsace region in France and the seat of the European Parliament, the Council of Europe, and the European Court for Human Rights.
  • Luxembourg, a UNESCO World Heritage city, and capital of the country of Luxembourg, where it is possible to see the European Court of Justice in session.   

These trips are designed to provide students with educational, fun, and broad European experiences in three different countries. For students who wish to take trips to other countries, of course, there will still be plenty of down-time to make this possible.  


Program Attendance

Enrollment is open to American and foreign law students and to American and foreign graduate school students including, but not limited to M.B.A. students. Attendees are predominately from U.S. law schools.  Attendance in our 2018 program, the most recent year of the European Law program, included 10 Duquesne University law students, and students from University of Idaho, Bently University, University of Baltimore and Georgetown University.