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All students should read and understand Institute Policies.
Office hours in Guanajuato will begin Friday, May 24, 2013. The office is normally open from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is located at the University of Guanajuato Law School on the second floor of the Law School building towards the rear of the building. There will be signs posted directing you to the Summer Law Institute office.
Telephone: International code (011) Country code (52)
(473) 73-2-00-06 extension 3097
The University has an automated message system. After you dial, 52-473-73-20006, you will hear a message in Spanish. The message tells you to enter the extension you want which you can do at any time during the message. Enter extension 3097 and you will be connected to the Institute office phone. If you don't enter the extension, you will be automatically connected with the switchboard. Please speak to the operator slowly and clearly.
If the office is closed you can normally leave a message for us with the office staff of the Facultad de Derecho.
When you arrive in Guanajuato please check in with Prof. William MacPherson or a member of the Administrative staff at the Institute.
You should advise your friends and relatives to address your mail to:
Guanajuato Summer Law Institute
Facultad de Derecho
Universidad de Guanajuato
Lascurain de Retaña #5
Attn. (your name inserted here).
Summer Law Institute.
Normally airmail sent from the United States will take a week to three weeks to be received in Guanajuato.
Mail received at the Universidad de Guanajuato for the Summer Law Institute is delivered to the office each afternoon at approximately 2:30 p.m..
A list of the names of those people receiving mail is posted outside the office. Experience has demonstrated that it is better if you pick up your own mail. It reduces misunderstandings. We prefer that you pick up your mail and that you do not arrange for a friend or agent to pick up your mail.
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