Join GAWL from April 20 – May 3, 2018 for its first International CLE to Greece. The trip is for GAWL members, but a member can bring one guest over the age of 21.
Our visit will begin with a four day classical guided tour from Athens to Mycenae, Olympia, Delphi, Kalambaka, and Meteora (inclusive of breakfast and dinner), followed by two additional nights in Athens (inclusive of breakfast) with a city tour. Then we will head to the beautiful beaches of Mykonos for three nights (inclusive of breakfast), and we will round out our journey in Santorini for two nights (inclusive of breakfast) prior to heading back to Athens for our return flight to the U.S.
This comparative legal journey will provide 6 CLE hours, including 1 professionalism hour.
If you have any questions or are interested in presenting during the CLE portion of the trip, email email@example.com.
- GAWL Members: Land - $2450 (without flight to Greece and with a shared room)
- Non-Members: Land - $2550 (without flight to Greece and with a shared room)
- GAWL Members and Non-Members: Air - $1110.00 inclusive of tax and fuel surcharges (if you would like the travel agency to arrange your flight to Greece, you will need to add this to your cost)
- GAWL Members and Non-Members: Single Supplement - $1023.00 (if you would like your own room, you will need to add this to your cost)
A non-refundable deposit is due to secure your spot: $450 for members and $550 for non-members if you are going to purchase airfare separately, or $550 for members and $650 for non-members if you want the travel agent to purchase your airfare. You will then need to pay $2000 per person, plus any remaining Air ($1010.00 per person) and Single Supplement ($1023.00) fees directly to the travel company by March 30, 2018 (instructions forthcoming).
Note: Rate is for land and/or domestic-air portion. All rates are based on sharing a room with one other person. These per person rates are based on the minimum number of paid passengers. This quotation is based on the rate of exchange of 1.17 against the Euro. Should the U.S. dollar weaken against the Euro, the travel agent reserves the right to collect the difference up to the time of final payment. Accordingly, should the dollar strengthen against the Euro, then a credit will be issued at the time of final invoice.
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