Housing in London
While law students are free to find their own accommodation in London, one popular option is to live in Conway Hall — the University of Notre Dame's residential building.
Conway Hall is ideally located across the street from the Waterloo Train Station, about a 5-minute walk to the River Thames and a 20-minute walk to Notre Dame's academic building, Fischer Hall.
The facility has 43 fully furnished flats, 8 of which are suitable for graduate housing. The graduate flats have single bedrooms, with common areas such as kitchens and bathrooms shared between a small group of students.
Conway Hall’s student community is also composed of University of Notre Dame undergraduates.
University of Notre Dame (USA) in England
51-55 Waterloo Road
London SE1 8TX
Students apply for housing at Conway Hall once they are accepted to the London Law Programme.
Arrival and Departure at Conway Hall
Students staying in Conway Hall on Wednesday before orientation begins which is the week before the start of classes. Students should depart on the Sunday after the exam week finishes.
Conway Hall has 24-hour reception, so students may arrive at any time, although they are asked to notify the London team of their arrival plans.
During Fall and Spring terms, it is not possible to arrive at Conway Hall earlier or depart later than the dates indicated on the official London Law Program Calendar. We occasionally have availability for students to in stay in Conway Hall over the summer, should the student secure a summer associate position or externship in London. Summer stays are on request and subject to room availability, which cannot be guaranteed. Extra days are charged at a daily rate.
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South Bend Subleasing and Roommates
Students looking to arrange subleases or find roommates for a semester away in the London Law Programme can use this form to submit information and find classmates to contact. You must be logged in with your @nd.edu email address to access the form.