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Week of February 18, 2002

 

PART-TIME SUMMER JOB

The Office of International Law and Policy is looking for someone to work with visiting Bosnian High School students who are coming this summer to participate in a leadership program. The Bosnian students will be here for six weeks (from June 8th to July 21st) and the student coordinator should plan to work on the program, activities, etc. The job will begin the week of May 20th and will include 10-15 hours/week. This is going to be a very exciting and high profile program with tons of opportunities to meet interesting people in Chicago's international community. If interested, please contact Lydia Lazar (llazar@kentlaw.edu) ASAP.

 

STUDY ABROAD

For students interested in studying abroad, the International Law and Policy Development Office is here to help you answer your questions. Whether you want to participate in a Chicago-Kent exchange, an ABA approved exchange through a different institution, or design your own, we can help you work out the details.

You can stop by and look through our study abroad folder, make an appointment with Assistant Dean Lydia Lazar to talk about your plans, or send an e-mail to intllm with specific questions.

Some of the programs that Chicago-Kent is involved with include:

  • Universidad Torcuato di Tella in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • University of Bern in Bern, Switzerland including the MILE program with the World Trade Institute.
  • Exchange through DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service.

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