Study abroad in Rome! Imagine yourself studying law amongst some of the greatest historical landmarks in the world – the same places as emperors and kings once stood. This year's program features United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a guest lecturer.
The study abroad program offers unique learning opportunities to law students that will help them:
Learn first-hand about the Italian government and European Union.
Gain a deeper understanding of comparative and international law and business culture.
Talk with representatives from private law firms, banks and corporations about law and business in Italy.
This program is available through a special agreement, Widener Law Commonwealth students may participate in Loyola University Chicago Law School’s Rome Center Campus program.
The agreement with Loyola Chicago provides all of the benefits and opportunities of the Loyola Chicago study abroad program to Widener Law Commonwealth students. Students will have the choice to take classes for a grade or credit/no credit. Admissions requirements and cost of the program at Widener Law Commonwealth will be the same as the program at Loyola Chicago.
Students will stay at Loyola Rome Center of Liberal Arts, located on Monte Mario. The campus is conveniently located about twenty minutes from downtown Rome by public transportation.
Campus Features: Large classrooms Library Student dormitories Faculty and administrative offices Chapel Cafeteria Recreation/ exercise rooms and basketball court Coffee bar
Loyola must receive full payment, including housing, tuition and fees no later than April 2, 2018, or an approved Consortium Agreement/Financial Aid Award.
Upon completion of the Rome Program, request an official transcript from Loyola online or by submitting a written request to the address below. Rome Program official transcripts must be received by the Widener Law Commonwealth's Registrar's Office by November 1, 2018.
Application Fees: Study Law Abroad Programs Attention: Dean Gaspardo/ Giselle Santibanez-Bania Loyola University Chicago School of Law 25 East Pearson Street – Room 1227 Chicago, IL 60611
Transcript Requests: Loyola University Chicago Records and Registration 820 N. Michigan Ave., Room 504 Chicago, IL 60611
Be sure to provide your name, address, last 4 digits of your social security number, reference to Study Law Abroad Program and the program location and year.
Registrar's Office Phone: 717.541.3904 Information Line: 717.541.1941 Email:[email protected]