The International and Comparative Law Program at Vermont Law offers seminar study-abroad options for JD students at the following leading law schools:

Emerging Constitutional Law of the European Union

Italy, University of Trento

This is a two-credit seminar taught at both VLS and the University of Trento in two concentrated weeks of classes. The first half of the course is held at Vermont Law School and is taught by a Trento law professor. The second is held at the University of Trento during Vermont Law School's fall or spring break, with classes taught by several Trento faculty members. The course is open only to second and third year students. Students register for these courses using standard Vermont Law School course registration procedures and pay a non-refundable administrative fee to cover program costs.

Faculty advisor: Professor Peter Teachout

Comparative‚Äč Constitutional Law

Spain, University of Seville

This is a two-credit seminar taught during the spring semester at both VLS and the University of Seville. The first half of the course is held at Vermont Law School and is taught by a Seville law professor. The second is held at the University of Seville during Vermont Law School's fall or spring break, with classes taught by several Seville faculty members. The course is open only to second and third year students. Students register for these courses using standard Vermont Law School course registration procedures and pay a non-refundable administrative fee to cover program costs. If you have questions about these seminars please contact the Faculty Advisor, Professor Peter Teachout.

Faculty Advisor: Professor Peter Teachout