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23rd Annual John Marshall Law School

Study Trip to the Czech Republic

October 14-25, 2015

Looking for a unique travel experience that combines traditional sightseeing, lectures that offer the opportunity to earn continuing legal education (CLE) credits, cultural activities, shopping, and free time to explore on your own? Come join us on the 23rd annual study trip to the Czech Republic.

This year our tour begins in Munich and proceeds through Berchtesgaden National Park Area on the way to Salzburg before crossing the border into the Czech Republic. Brno, the judicial capital of the Czech Republic, is our primary destination. There we will visit the Supreme and Constitutional Courts and present a one-day series of lectures to law faculty and students at Masaryk University. Attorneys that participate in A Day of U.S. Law are eligible to receive CLE credits.

While in Brno travelers will have time to visit local museums, significant historical sites, attend a concert or shop. An excursion to the caves of Moravsky Kras and a local vineyard is also planned. The group travels to Prague, the City of a Hundred Spires, for the final weekend to explore this beautiful city spared from destruction during World War II.

This trip offers the security, ease and value of group travel with ample opportunities for independent exploration and shopping. We hope you decide to join us this year for a memorable travel experience.

For more information, please contact:

Professor Michael P. Seng, Tour Director, or
Nancy G. Fehr, Tour Coordinator
The John Marshall Law School
315 S. Plymouth Court, Chicago, IL 60604
Phone: 312.987.2397