DePaul University College of Law: Costa Rica - Study Summer Program in Costa Rica

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DePaul’s Human Rights Law in the Americas program in Costa Rica provides a comprehensive, foundational understanding of the key elements of human rights law, including women’s rights, children’s rights and criminal procedure. Upon completing the p... read more

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DePaul’s Human Rights Law in the Americas program in Costa Rica provides a comprehensive, foundational understanding of the key elements of human rights law, including women’s rights, children’s rights and criminal procedure. Upon completing the program, students are better prepared for more specialized areas such as family law, asylum and immigration, public interest law, legal defense and advocacy for the underprivileged.

Professor Victor Rodriguez, one of Latin America’s top human rights lawyers, and a current member of the prestigious United Nations Human Rights Committee—the 18-member UN committee charged with supervising the world’s foremost human rights treaty, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights—coordinates DePaul’s Costa Rica program. Professor Rodriguez has chaired the UN Committee against Torture, and directed landmark projects on sexual trafficking, indigenous rights and strengthening the Inter-American human rights system.

DePaul’s Costa Rica program features distinguished hands-on practitioners such as Professor Len Cavise, a leading expert on criminal procedure and public interest law with extensive experience in reforming the criminal procedure codes of Mexico, Guatemala and Haiti.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
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