Students may enroll in any of five ABA-approved courses, including the legal internship program, to earn up to six-credit hours during the four-week Dublin program. Two of these courses are two-credit courses, offered five days per week for four weeks. Two other courses are one-credit courses offered over a two-week period.
Approximately half of the students choose to enroll in four-credit hours in combination with an internship, and the remaining choose to enroll in five- or six-credit hours.
All courses involve a European, international or comparative law perspective. Some of the courses include Irish or other European guest lecturers and field trips to various legal, political and financial institutions. Typically, all students in the Dublin program, regardless of whether they are enrolled in a particular course, are invited to hear guest speakers and attend field trips. Some speakers or trips may be scheduled for the entire program, unconnected to a particular course.
Tulsa Students: All courses and the Legal Internship will satisfy the Tulsa Transnational Graduation Requirement.