| 2012 OXFORD CLE SUMMER SCHOOL
Co-Sponsored with the University of Missouri-Kansas City CLE
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Date: Saturday, July 28, through August 11 2012
Location: St. Edmund Hall, Oxford University
Time: 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The Oxford program is designed for practicing attorneys, judges, clerks and their families and companions. The two-week summer program examines both the similarities and the differences of the British and America legal systems with a principally British faculty.
The course is presented at St. Edmund Hall, the only historic “hall” still remaining in the Oxford University system. Participants in the program experience the historic surroundings and a central location. St. Edmund Hall is within walking distance to the ancient city of Oxford, the Crown Courts, other colleges.
Several social functions are included in the program. Organized groups visit William Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon Avon and London’s legal district; the main bus and rail transportation routes, Oxford’s downtown shopping district and many fine restaurants.
Best of all is a five-day weekend situated in the middle of the program allowing participants to enjoy several days off with no scheduled activities. Many participants take advantage of the break to further explore London, the Cotswolds, Scotland, Wales, Ireland or the continent.
Attendance at the CLE program is not limited to legal professionals. Anyone with an interest in the British legal system may attend. Traveling companions of the seminar attendees are welcome!
- Round trip air from Boston
- Roundtrip ground transportation from London airport to Oxford via chartered coach
- Standard student accommodation in an Oxford University college (Some Ensuite rooms available on a first-paid basis. Please contact us.)
- Breakfast every day; Lunch on seminar days
- Welcome dinner
- Wine and Cheese reception with local judges, barristers, solicitors and Oxford dons
- Farewell reception
- Chartered trip to London, visit to the British Supreme Court
Lectures by expert British legal judges, barristers, solicitors and University dons
- Course reference book
- Visit to the Oxford Crown Court with panel discussion by the judges and observation of trials and proceedings on day of visit to the courts
- Lectures adjourn by 1 p.m. on seminar days
Long Weekends-No Lectures: Thursday-Monday instruction concludes at 1 p.m. to allow time for tourism. Five day weekend with no scheduled classes affords time for sightseeing and continental travel.
TRAVEL PACKAGE AND SEMINAR FEES These prices are valid for registration received before April 1, 2012. After that date, the travel package with air will increase. A limited number of Ensuite rooms are available on a first-paid basis only.
1 Week Pricing
$3075 per person with airfare out of Boston
$1875 per person without airfare
If you're interested in reserving an Ensuite room, the fee would be an additional $150 (if available)
2 Week Pricing
$3575 per person with airfare out of Boston
$2375 per person without airfare
If you're interested in reserving an Ensuite room, the fee would be $275 (if available)
PROGRAM FEE $250 for one week | $475 for two weeks
Travelling companions do not pay this fee.
$500 per person deposit is required with registration. Balance payable in two equal installments, May 1 and June 1, 2012.
For more information please contact
Advanced Legal Studies
Suffolk University Law School
120 Tremont Street, Suite 160
Boston, MA 02108-4977
Saturday, July 28, through August 11 2012
Deposit is fully refundable prior to May 1, 2012. On and after May 1, airline cancellation penalties will apply.
Responsibility Clause: University of Missouri-Kansas City Law School and Suffolk University Law School acts as agent only. Suppliers providing transportation and accommodations are independent contractors - not agents or employees of sponsors. All coupons, receipts and tickets are issued subject to the terms and conditions specified by the suppliers. By registering, you agree that sponsors shall not be held liable for any accidents, loss, injury or damage to you or to those travelling with you in connection with any accommodations, transportation or other services resulting directly or indirectly from any other occurrences or conditions beyond their control, including defects in vehicles, breakdown in equipment, strikes, theft, delay or cancellations of or change in itinerary or schedules, etc. Remember also, that all travel documents and compliance regulations are your responsibility.
St. Edmund Hall, Oxford University
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