During the last decades Chile has been the most prosperous, safe and stable country of Latin America having in Santiago a world class city for living, visiting and business. As a proof of Santiago's attractiveness The New York Times chose Santiago...
During the last decades Chile has been the most prosperous, safe and stable country of Latin America having in Santiago a world class city for living, visiting and business. As a proof of Santiago's attractiveness The New York Times chose Santiago as the most attractive destination for visitors.
There are more than 100 summer law programs but only a few are taught by local professors and attorneys. Your professors will be: - Members of the US-Chile Free Trade Agreement negotiation team - Current litigators before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR), and the International Center for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) - Former Commissioners and Judges of the IACHR - Members of the Chilean Federal Reserve (Central Bank) - Human rights, women's rights, and indigenous rights litigators, advocates, and policy makers - General Counsel of large international companies based in Chile - Attorneys from large and medium size law firms in Chile - Expert law professors from Chile and Argentina in the fields covered by the Program - Current and former justices of the Chilean Constitutional Court
In addition to classes, students will participate in site visits and social activities:
Visit to the Chilean Congress in the port city of Valparaiso and weekend in the beach city of Viña del Mar.
Visit to the Supreme Court. In previous years, the Chief Justice of the SupremeCourt has engaged in a spontaneous Q&A session with students.
Visit to the Supreme Court, Government House or the Congress in Argentina.
Visit to Villa Grimaldi, a former detention Center during the first years of the Pinochet dictatorship in Chile.
Visit to a Chilean prison facility and conversations with public defenders and prosecutors.
Optional Ski weekend in the Andes Mountains (Subject to weather conditions).
Optional weekly Movie Night. Each week the program will show a Chilean or Argentine movie. Pizza and beverages will be provided to students.
Optional visits to museums and other sites of interests in Santiago and itssurroundings.