Summer Program in Washington D.C.

The Washington, DC Summer Program on International Organizations, Law and Diplomacy offers students an in-depth look at International issues through direct contact with experts on trade, intellectual property, labor, and human rights/humanitarian law at organizations. PIOLD provides legal and soft skills for lawyers who need to navigate the changing architecture of global governance in a multicultural environment.

Courses

  • Recommended for Geneva Labor & Human Rights Track:

    • The Law of International Organizations, Nneoma Nwogu, 2 credits

    • Introduction to International Workers’ Rights, Desiree Ganz, 1 credit

  • Recommended for Geneva Intellectual Property & Trade Track:

    • Trade and Diplomacy, Aluisio de Lima-Campos and Chiara Pappalardo, 2 credits

    •  European Union Trade Law, Policy, and Diplomacy, Daniele Gallo, 1 credit

For more information, contact:

Fernanda Nicola, Director
Marc LeBlanc, Coordinator
(202) 274-4048
internationalorganizations@wcl.american.edu