Study in London
Global Approach. London Perspective.
Evolving technology, economic realities, and political doctrines present increasingly urgent challenges to the rule of law. Notre Dame engages these challenges through these three programs, each designed to encourage an international understanding of law and culture.
All courses and instruction conform to the standards of the Association of American Law Schools and the American Bar Association. As a student, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from both American and British professors and enroll in courses that integrate the law, history, and culture of London.
Full-Year or Semester Programmes
Take courses in U.S. and international law with a comparative law element and choose from international and comparative law electives.
Explore externship placements with British barristers and solicitors or local American law firms.
Open to all university or college law students from around the world.
Opportunities for hands-on legal field work.
Choose from eight course offerings and enroll in up to six credit-hours.
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Located at the Heart of London
Current Students Interested in Full-Year and Semester Programmes:
Geoffrey J. Bennett
Director, Notre Dame London Law Program
Professor of Law
Prospective Students and Summer Programme:
Law School Admissions
Co-Director, Notre Dame Summer London Programme
Professor of Law