in securities law. Students interested should submit their resume, a copy of their transcript, and a cover letter along with a writing sample by 5:30 p.m. on Friday April 9th 2004 to Professor Guttman's mailbox in room 465 or to his Sr. Legal Assistant, Carolyn Wright in room 325
International JD Dual Degree Programs - SPAIN ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN THE DUAL DEGREE PROGRAM WITH THE UNIVERSITY ALFONSO X EL SABIO IN SPAIN: This year WCL will select the students who will start the program at UAX on October 2004
and the students who will start at UAX on October 2005.
Application deadline for BOTH options: April 26, 2004
http://wcl.american.edu/dualdegree/madrid.cfm, or contact Macarena Saez, Director International JD dual degree Programs, email@example.com. Tel (202) 274-4388, suite 370.
CANADA Please check the information on the JD/LL.B program with the University of Ottawa at http://wcl.american.edu/dualdegree/ottawa.cfm. This program is open to all WCL students. Application deadline to start the program at U. of Ottawa on September 2004: May 15, 2004. For more information contact Macarena Saez, Director International JD dual degree Programs, firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel (202) 274-4388, suite 370.
Comparative Constitutional Law Class in the Summer…in Spanish! Professor Enrico Pascucci, from the University Alfonso X El Sabio will teach a 2-credit course on Derecho Constitucional Español during the Summer. This course is mandatory for the students selected to the JD dual degree program with Spain, but it is open to all interested students. Don’t miss this great opportunity of learning about Constitutional Law as developed in Spain and practice your Spanish skills. For more information, contact Macarena Saez, Director International JD dual degree Programs, email@example.com. Tel (202) 274-4388, suite 370.
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