PIJIP Summer Session
Each summer, American University Washington College of Law’s renowned intellectual property program offers a unique selection of courses in two policymaking centers, Washington D.C. and Geneva, Switzerland.
Because the Geneva courses are in advanced legal topics, Geneva participants are storngly encouraged to take the Introduction to International Intellectual Property Law I and II or another introduction to the field.
Summer Sessions are open to practitioners for a Certificate of Completion or Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit. U.S. law students may apply with their home institutions for academic credit. Academic credit may also be available for foreign law school students at schools that have partnerships with WCL. Students not yet admitted to American University can later apply to use up to 4 summer credits toward a future LLM degree.
American University dormatory housing is available at https://starrez.american.edu/StarRezPortalSummerRegistration and select "Conference Guest Online Registration."