Comparative Law in Chile
Comparative Law in Action
Offered in Santiago, Chile, is a two week long, intensive 3 credit course from an
ABA approved law school. The course provides students with the opportunity to study
law at a leading South American university and to absorb lessons from Wyoming and
Chilean professors alike while learning about a resource-dependent economy similar
to our own. Students will explore topical international legal events in the Inter-American
system and study the impact of these events on the development of human rights and
natural resources law and policy. The program will take place at the Universidad
Adolfo Ibanez (UAI) in Santiago and students will be housed at a nearby guest house
The cost for the course is a $2,500 program fee which covers housing and meals, plus
tuition for the course at the current Wyoming in-state and out-of-state tuition rates.
(see program details and cost for more details).
*A non-refundable $1000 seat deposit is required upon registration. The seat deposit
will be applied to the program fee and tuition upon the start of the course.
*Limited space! The enrollment on this course will be capped. All available spaces
are on a first come, first served basis.
*This program will be held only if a sufficient numbers of students register and pay
the seat deposit by September 15, 2022. If the program is canceled due to insufficient
enrollment, your seat deposit will be refunded to you.
Comparative Law in Action will be held in Santiago, Chile, January 3 – January 14,
For further inquiries, questions or details, please contact Professor Novogrodsky.