Monday, March 28, 2011
Posted by Alan Childress
Regarding our Greek summer abroad law program June 19-July 8 on which I blogged before (and my class in Comparative Legal Profession), it looks like April 1 is the hard deadline for the administration's deciding whether the summer programs will be viable this year. May 1 is the formal deadline to apply to an ongoing program, but the programs won't be considered ongoing after April 1 if few students have filled out official registration forms with Janice Sayas (jsayas AT Tulane dot edu). A Catch-22. So far few have actually signed up for Spetses and it is about to be canceled (even though I think many would wind up going but each year a lot tend to sign up late). I would encourage anyone seriously interested to go ahead and register. If you cannot pay the deposit before Friday, I would still register by filling out the forms and tell them that fact, or emailing this reality to Ms. Sayas. It would still help to know there is serious interest in a program even if the deposit has to be given by the published deadline. Anyway, think about spending 3 weeks on a peaceful, car-less Greek island, sort of the Mamma Mia! of law programs but without James Bond trying to sing.