All Seminars can be taken for professional development. Upon completion of the program, a Certificate of Attendance will be presented to the participants.
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Program on International and Comparative Environmental Law Summer Session American University Washington College of Law4300 Nebraska Ave. NW, Suite Y360, Washington, DC 20016
NOTE: a US $65 non-refundable application fee must be sent with the registration form.
II. JD, LL.M., Visiting Students, and Practitioners Applying for Academic Credit
Visiting students who wish to enroll in the Summer Session and receive academic credit must complete the online form. Additionally, students who wish to receive academic credit must have a letter of good standing and permission to enroll at the Washington College of Law from their home institution. Please use the "Summer Visiting Student Application Form"to begin the process.
Visiting students can apply to use these credits toward an LL.M degree from the Washington College of Law.
III. WCL JD and LL.M. Students
No special application is required. Please enroll through your MyAU account. All courses are 1 credit except for International Institutions and Environmental Protection and Trade and Environment in the Americas, which are both 2 credits. Registration is now open! If you have any questions, please email email@example.com. Registration deadline: May 18, 2018 or prior to the start of the course, subject to space availability.
Program Changes & Withdrawals
Applicants who have registered or paid a deposit will be informed promptly of any changes in the Summer Session's offerings and, in the unlikely event of a course cancellation, will receive a full refund for the course (excluding the application fee of $65, which is non-refundable).
Requests for refunds should be directed to:
For Certificate of Attendance: A refund is only available if you withdraw before the start of the session. Cancellations after that time will not be refunded, however, seminar materials will be sent and access to podcast will be provided. Substitutions will be considered. Requests for refunds should be directed to the Program on International and Comparative Environmental Law. The address is as follows:
For Academic Credit:Applicants who have registered or paid a deposit should notify us immediately in case of withdrawal. Students who have registered to receive academic credit must also contact the Office of the Registrar for information about withdrawal forms and deadlines.