The Creighton University School of Law offers on-campus summer school in a six week session beginning the Monday in May following Law School hooding and University Convocation. Classes run for six weeks and end in late June. Following the six weeks of classes, there are three days of exams. See Academic Calendar.
The schedule of courses offered for on-campus summer school typically is available in March. The courses offered vary from year to year depending upon faculty availability and student interest. In recent years, the following have been offered during the summer:
Information on the most recent summer schedule and course offerings is available at registration and schedules. For questions about summer school, please contact the Law School Registrar or the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
The Creighton University School of Law offers two courses for summer study in Nuremberg, Germany. Students enrolled in Creighton's summer abroad program "From Nuremberg to The Hague" spend just over four weeks in Germany and The Netherlands exploring the reaches of international criminal law, the impact of the Holocaust on the law, and the prosecution of war criminals and perpetrators of genocide and crimes against humanity.
The Germany program begins in July and runs thru early August. A student may participate in both the on-campus summer session and the Nuremberg program. To learn more about the Nuremberg program, click here.