At the nation’s oldest Roman Catholic law school, students of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to broaden their social, spiritual, and personal lives while honing their intellectual and professional skills to serve the good of all.

London Law at 50

Notre Dame Law School is celebrating the 50th year of our London Law Program.

It started in the 1968-69 academic year with 20 students. Since then, more than 1,500 Notre Dame Law students have studied in London – deepening their understanding of the roots of American law and exploring international career opportunities.

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Programs of Study

Business Law

The study of law pertaining to business transactions.

Criminal Law

The study of promoting justice through criminal prosecution and defense.

Energy & Environmental Law

The law of natural resource use and protection — from water to oil and gas to climate change.

Global Law

The study of public and private international and comparative law.

Intellectual Property & Technology Law

The study of protection and use of intangible resources.

Law, Ethics & Public Policy

The study of law's foundations and moral purposes.

Public Law

Exploring constitutional governance, in national and global context.

Real Estate Law

The study of real property, including development, finance, land use, and transactions.

A Global Approach

With placements all over the country and the opportunity to study internationally, ND Law gives students the opportunity to expand their own horizons.

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Dean Nell Jessup Newton to step down in 2019

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