ONU Law is providing you these disclosures in accordance with ABA requirements.
1. Dates, location(s), description of the program, and anticipated enrollment;
Our classes will take place in the classrooms of the University of Iceland. Specific room
assignments will be identified during orientation. Make sure you check emails with Professor
Armstrong for that initial orientation. Previously provided to students during registration.
2. The nature of the relationship with the foreign institution, if any, other than the provision of
facilities and minimal services;
The foreign host institution is the University of Iceland School of Social Sciences and Faculty of
Law. The foreign host institution and ONU have agreed that the University of Iceland will
provide or assist in providing housing for the students, with breakfast included. In addition, it
will provide instructional space, office space, library access, Internet access, and access to
other academically related services. The agreement between the University of Iceland and
ONU is in writing and was last reviewed by the parties September 18-25, 2021.
3. Description of each course and number of credit hours;
See syllabus, 3 credit hours, Advanced Comparative Advocacy
4. Schedule of classes with days and times for each class;
5. Requirements for student performance and method of evaluating student performance;
6. Enrollment limitations on any courses offered and criteria for enrollment, including
prerequisites, if any;
7. Descriptive biography of the on-site program director;
The Program Director will be Nancy Armstrong, Librarian and Professor of Law Emeritus at
ONU College of Law, retired. Prior to joining the ONU College of Law, Nancy Armstrong was
the associate director for public services and lecturer at Northwestern University Law Library.
Over the years, she has taught a variety of legal research courses, including both introductory
and advanced level courses. She also has a special interest in tax research and has served as
a volunteer tax return preparer for low- income taxpayers. Armstrong has been an academic
law librarian since 1987 and recently received her 30-year pin from the American Association of
Law Libraries. Her past appointments include administrative and research librarian positions at
Northwestern University, Ohio State University, George Mason University, Georgetown
University, the University of Pennsylvania and Villanova University. She has also held adjunct
faculty appointments at Drexel University and Catholic University of America, where she taught
legal research courses in their graduate programs in library and information science. Professor
Armstrong coordinates the international social exchange program with the University of
Iceland. Her experience with students, and management of administrative departments
provides her with the necessary skills to perform the duties required of a program director. The program director will be on-site for the entire program and not participating concurrently in
another program. She will have an office on-site, and be living on the same premises as the
8. Descriptive biographies, including academic credentials and experience, of each faculty
member responsible for teaching a course;
Dean Charles H. Rose III, a tenured faculty member from ONU, will be present onsite for the
duration of the program. Dean Rose is a recognized national and international expert in trial
advocacy and has conducted advocacy programs around the world, to include Ireland,
Scotland and Oxford. Prior to becoming the dean at ONU he ran the Stetson Advanced
Comparative Advocacy program in Oxford for 4 years. He will grade all final assignments, and
will identify the small group instructors who will assist in creating a premier advocacy training
experience. He established Stetson’s summer program and understands the ABA requirements
and unique nature of overseas education.
Charles H. Rose, III serves as the Dean of Ohio Northern University Pettit College of Law. He
previously led Stetson University College of Law’s nationally recognized Trial Advocacy
Program as the Director of the Center for Excellence in Advocacy, where he maintained their
No. 1 ranking in Trial Advocacy for 12 consecutive years.He received his B.A. from Indiana
University at South Bend, his J.D. from Notre Dame Law School, and his L.L.M. from the Judge
Advocate General’s School, United States Army. Prior to joining ONU, Dean Rose served in the
United States Army for twenty years on active duty, retiring from the Judge Advocate General’s
Corps prior to joining the faculty at Stetson University College of Law. Dean Rose is an expert
in trial advocacy, evidence, skills teaching pedagogy, federal criminal constitutional law,
national security, and military law. He is a prolific author and lecturer in these fields and has
presented to audiences worldwide. His published works include “Mastering Trial Advocacy, 1st
Edition”, “Fundamental Trial Advocacy, 3rd Edition,” Fundamental Pretrial Advocacy, 2nd
Edition,” “Evidence: Practice Under the Rules, 5th Edition,” “Everyday Evidence: A Practical
Approach, 3rd Edition” and “Military Crimes and Defenses, 3rd Edition.”
The faculty members who will be teaching as small group instructors who are not from ONU
are Prof. Lou Fasulo, Director of Pace’s Advocacy Programs, Mr. Carlos Concepcion’, adjunct
professor at UPR, Prof. Laura Rose USD, and Visiting Professor Donnie Anderson, ONU. These
small group instructors will work in sections of 6-8 students, with all assessments and
assignments selected, supervised and graded by Dean Rose. The process for their
appointments is similar to that for other adjunct faculty at ONU College of Law.
9. Contact information of an informed person at the law school;
Tasha Miller, 419-772-2205, firstname.lastname@example.org. You were previously provided this information through your registration process.
10. Complete statement of all tuition, fees, anticipated living costs, and other expected
expenses (see website);
Tuition (3 Credit Hours) - $3,660
Fees - $300
Housing - Single Occupancy $1,125, Double Occupancy $565
Breakfast - $210
Internet - $81
$5,376 - Single Occupancy
$4,816 - Double Occupancy
11. Information regarding the cost and availability of housing made available by the program;
or, if the program does not provide housing, information on the availability, approximate cost,
and location of housing in the same area;
12. The extent to which the country, city, and facilities are accessible to individuals with
Accessible in accordance with the European Convention on Human Rights
13. Circumstances under which the program is subject to cancellation, how cancellation will be
communicated to the students, what arrangements will be made in the event of cancellation,
and information about any prior cancellations, if any;
The Home Institution or the Host Institution may cancel the Summer Abroad Program in any
given year for insufficient enrollment, or other extraordinary circumstances including, but not
limited to, war, natural disaster, political instability or other emergency. For cancellation that
occurs after a deposit has been paid, the program director must use their best efforts to make
arrangements for each student enrolled to attend a similar program, if the student so desires.
This is the second year and to date we have not had to cancel a program.
14. Relevant State Department Travel Information, including Travel Advisories and Warnings;
See website, and The law school will provide a direct link to the State Department Travel
Information, Warnings and Alerts on the summer abroad website. Additionally, the program will
disburse emails with updates on travel alerts and information prior to departure.
15. Refund policies, in accordance with Standard 509(c)(1).
See website. The program will process a request for refund of all monies within twenty days
after cancellation or withdrawal to be sent priority to the individual at a specified address
provided by the applicant.
II. E. Disclosures
16. acceptance of any credit or grade for any course taken in the program, including
externships and other clinical offerings, is subject to determination by the student’s
home school. This has been communicated to you through our website website and
application process. Disclosures are also posted to our webpage and can be found in
your classroom administrative materials.