Summer School

Studierende aus Erlangen und Creighton zusammen mit s. E., Richter am Internationalen Strafgerichtshof Bertram Schmitt, im Gebäude des Internationalen Strafgerichtshofs

Students from Erlangen and Creighton at the ICC

Creighton University Law School in Omaha, Nebraska, offers its students the possibility of taking part in a 4-week Summer School. The main part of this program takes place in Nuremberg, but it also involves trips to the Netherlands and other European countries. These excursions take the students to locations that are historically or currently of high international criminal law relevance. These supplement instruction given in this context by professors of various American universities, along with guest lectures by European academics. The curriculum is divided into two courses: one on International Criminal Law, the other on the subject of “Holocaust and law”.

The FAU makes it possible for students to participate in Creighton Law School’s summer school in Nuremberg free of charge. Partial participation is also possible. Further information on the Summer School can be found here. If you are interested, please contact us as soon as possible, as the number of free spaces is limited


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