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Academic Policies

University of Baltimore School of Law in conjunction with University of Haifa Faculty of Law

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The Haifa Summer Law Institute is open to all students who have completed their first-year courses and are in good academic standing at an ABA-accredited law school, as well as to practicing attorneys for Continuing Legal Education credit. Space permitting, students with other backgrounds and qualifications are also eligible for acceptance.

Participants who attend a law school other than the University of Baltimore School of Law must submit a letter from their law school verifying that they meet the above requirements. The acceptance of credit for courses taken at the Haifa Summer Law Institute is subject to the approval of each student's home school. The University of Baltimore School of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association and a member of the Association of American Law Schools.

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Qualified students will be accepted into the program in the order in which they apply. The University of Baltimore School of Law reserves the right to limit the number of students accepted.

The sponsoring universities reserve the right to make changes in or to cancel the program for unforeseen or extraordinary circumstances. If the program is canceled, all fees and tuition payments will be refunded in full.

Students are encouraged to secure their own health insurance coverage for the summer; policies for this purpose are also available from the University of Haifa.

Applications, (Haifa Summer Law Application) accompanied by a non-refundable application fee of $200, must be received by TBD Students may be accepted after this date at the discretion of the Director on a space available basis. Acceptance is conditional upon receipt of a letter of good standing from the applicant's home institution.

The application fee will be credited toward the tuition.

The Haifa University campus is accessible to students with disabilities. However, students with special needs should notify the program director.

For more information contact
Prof. Kenneth Lasson, Director, University of Baltimore School of Law (410.837.4514)
Laurie Schnitzer, Program Coordinator (Phone: 410.837.4689, Fax: 410.837.4560)