Academic Program - Oxford, England
The Oxford program contains two seperate three-credit hour courses. Students have the option to choose between the Comparative Arbitration or the Comparative Litigation course. Classes will generally meet during the mornings, Monday-Friday, leaving afternoons and a weekend free for social events and travel.
- Comparative Arbitration (Joseph Morrissey and Stephanie Vaughn, Stetson)
- Comparative Litgation (Roberta Flowers, Stetson; S. Rafe Foreman, UMKC; Gillian More; Louis Fasulo, Pace)
This summer study abroad program has been approved by the American Bar Association.
The classroom is located at the Dickson Poon China Centre at St. Hugh's College.
Set within 14 acres of quiet, leafy North Oxford, St Hugh's College has earned a reputation for professional delivery of conferences and events. The college is easy to reach from the M40, A34 and other major routes, and is in close proximity to the city center. The Dickson Poon University of Oxford China Centre Building is an exciting new building owned by St Hugh's. It is a modern facility, having just been completed in 2014. One classroom will be used for the program and can comfortably accommodate 40 students. The student seating and writing surfaces are modern and spacious. Wireless internet is available in the classroom.
The Dickson Poon Building has several comfortable and spacious common lounge areas for faculty and students with wireless internet access, and the classroom will be available for our program participants to use until 6:00 p.m. every weekday evening.
Administrative office space is provided to the faculty, along with necessary administrative support, that is convenient to students and through which students may communicate effectively, and in a timely manner. This office will remain open throughout the class day for the entire program and includes access to the internet.
Dickson Poon China Centre
St. Hugh's College
University of Oxford
St. Margaret's Road
Oxford OX2 6LE, England
Stetson's Institute for Comparative and International Law provides a comprehensive study of comparative and international law issues. All course instruction will be in English.
See Courses for a more complete description of the class offered.