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Study Abroad Vienna: June 28 - July 10, 2020

Seat of the Habsburg dynasty for more than 600 years and capital of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy until 1918, Vienna provides a rich and historic site for the program. A world-renowned center for art, architecture, music, and diplomacy, Vienna also served as a political nerve center of Europe for centuries. Located at the crossroads between East and West, Vienna has long been, and continues to be, the meeting place for diplomats, merchants, kings, and presidents. Vienna provides all of the trappings one would expect in an international city: palaces, monuments, gardens, museums, theaters, opera, and the university.

The University of Vienna Law School serves as the site of Loyola University New Orleans College of Law’s Vienna Summer Legal Studies Program. Class instruction will be complemented by visits to the Austrian Parliament, the Austrian Constitutional Court, the Austrian Supreme Court, and the Mauthausen Memorial (a former Nazi concentration camp). The program will also include a weekend trip to Prague, Czech Republic, where a three-hour lecture will take place at the Charles University, Faculty of Law. 

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