Summer 201​6: Study Abroad Field Trip - Italy

Italy CastiglionFiorentinoLooking for a summer adventure that will be good for your resume?  Interested in art law and cultural heritage?

Consider our new and unique summer field trip to Italy for Texas A&M law students.  

About the course and trip:

  • 3 credit hours for the Art Law and Cultural Heritage Law course.
  • Some class meetings in Fort Worth before and after the trip.
  • Field trip to Italy July 17-31, 2016 (after law school exams).
  • Immerse yourself in art law and cultural heritage law in one of the world’s most historic art centers.
  • Law-related assignments and projects in the U.S. and in Italy.
  • Students will stay at Santa Chiara, a Texas A&M-related facility in Castiglion Fiorentino, about a half hour from Florence.
  • Activities include tours of a winery, historic and cultural treasures, and museum visits.
  • Professors Carpenter and Calboli supervise the summer 2016 trip.
  • Some financial assistance may be available.
  • Open to all students, but very limited space.
  • Students who wish to apply need to submit the course application by March 22.
  • View the info session slide show to learn more.
Ask Prof. Megan Carpenter,
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