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All courses are offered in English and are taught by full-time faculty members of Vanderbilt University Law School in conjunction with expert faculty from the University of Venice.

Students may enroll in three courses and receive up to six credits in International Law and Comparative Law. VULS students will receive direct credit for the courses taken through the program. Students may also enroll in an optional Italian language course.

Three classes are offered and taught by members of the Vanderbilt University Law School faculty. Classes meet Monday through Friday. Class attendance is required. Course demands are the same as for regular Vanderbilt Law School courses. The grading system, examination rules, and processes are the same as those used by Vanderbilt University Law School. Acceptance of any credit or grade for any course taken in the program is subject to determination by the student's home school.

The Vanderbilt in Venice Program is directed by, Michael Newton, professor of the practice of law. You'll find additional information about the faculty in the faculty profile section of our web site.



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