A Global Approach to Real Needs
While the world’s borders are shrinking, the need for lawyers dedicated to global concerns is continuing to grow. At Notre Dame you will have every opportunity to study abroad in places such as Chile, London, and Italy. For those with a passion for improving conditions around the world, our Center for Civil and Human Rights is founded on a belief in the worth and dignity of every human being. With international human rights law as your foundation, you can become equipped with the legal knowledge and skills needed to impact lives, and create real change.
Notre Dame’s London Law Centre
Through its London Law Centre, NDLS offers law students a unique opportunity to study law and engage culture in full-year, semester, and summer programs. All courses and instruction conform to the standards of the Association of American Law Schools and the American Bar Association and offer the opportunity to learn from both American and British professors.
Notre Dame Law School Exchange Programs
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Located in Santiago, Chile, the Facultad de Derecho of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile offers Notre Dame law students the opportunity to study in one of Chile’s finest institutions and experience the intellectual and cultural benefits inherent in studying abroad.
One of Europe’s leading educational institutions in law, Università Bocconi offers NDLS students the opportunity to study international law and experience Italian culture.
The Center for Civil and Human Rights
CCHR is a leader in teaching and research in international human rights law. Through its L.L.M. and J.S.D programs, internship opportunities, engaged research and wide-ranging events, the Center works to change the world one human rights lawyer at a time.
Program of Study in Global Law
The Program of Study in Global Law at NDLS assists J.D. students in crafting a comprehensive learning experience in international, foreign, and comparative law. The program helps prepare students to practice law in a wide array of transnational contexts, from multijurisdictional private practice to intergovernmental institutions of public law.
“This appointment is a recognition of Advocate Madlanga’s experience and talents as a jurist,” said Professor Paolo Carozza, director of the Center for Civil and Human Rights. “It is also an indication of the impact that our human rights degree programs continue to have around the world.”
Dedicated by the Class of 1975 to the memory of Peter A.R. Lardy and “those who exemplify his Courage, Love, and Understanding toward his fellow man,” the fellowship includes a substantial tuition remission for the recipient’s third year of law school.View All News
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