Hello and thank you are taking the time out to view my donation request. I am in my second semester of law school at Southern University Law Center. This is the tenth year Southern University Law Center is offering a Summer Abroad program. The program is offered to students at any American or Canadian law school and only 50 students are selected.Being 1 of the 50 applicants selected to study abroad, I've created a campaign to seek assistance in funding this once in a lifetime experience. With your help I will be able to broaden my legal education internationally as I strive to gain as much knowledge as possible to succeed in Sports and Entertainment/ Buisness Law. Currently I am a member of the Sports and Entertainment Legal Association, the Student Bar Association, as well as a member of Phi Alpha Delta Law Faternity. The Summer Abroad program is being held at University College London. The program will run from Sunday, 22 June 2014, to Saturday, 2 August 2014. Students will take two three-hour courses. In the 8:30 a.m. session, students may choose between European Law and International Criminal Law. In the 10:30 session, students may choose between Private International Law, the international version of Conflict of Laws, and Comparative Constitutional Law, the international version of Constitutional Law II or Civil Liberties. There will be four 3½-day weekends and one 4½-day weekend, leaving ample time to see England or visit Scotland, Ireland, France, Spain, Italy, Germany or Greece. Total cost of the program for students is about $7,231 plus books, meal costs, transportation and incidentals. Tuition is $3,995 plus a $250 activity fee. The price of housing is about $71 per day, for a total housing cost of $2,986. A non-refundable deposit of $350 is due six weeks after acceptance or 3 May 2014, whichever is earlier. The deposit will be applied towards tuition. Tuition does not include books, air fare, residence hall rent, bus or tube fare (including fare to and from destinations in Legal London), or meals. A non-conservative estimate for air fare is $1,200. Food has not been included in the $7,231 figure, as students would have to eat even if they stayed in the United States. A conservative estimate for food is $1,500. (Food in London, like food in New York, costs more than it does in Baton Rouge!) Also while studying in London I will get the opportunity to visit Chancery Lane, the Inns Royal Court, the Royal Court of Justice, the Central Criminal Court, the House of Lords, the House of Commons, the Law Society, and more. THIS IS A ONCE IN A LIFETIME EXPERIENCE I DO NOT WANT TO MISS OUT ON.I WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU AGAIN FOR TAKING THE TIME TO REVIEW ME DONATION REQUEST. I JUST ASK THAT YOU HELP ME AND DONATE ANYTHING YOU CAN. I APPRECIATE EVERY PENNY. THANK YOU!