Notre Dame London Law at 50
The Notre Dame London Law Program turned 50 years old in 2018. Notre Dame Law School and Notre Dame International marked the anniversary with a full year of events at Notre Dame’s London Global Gateway.
The festivities kicked off in January with the first installment of a monthly speaker series and culminated with a four-day celebration October 20-23. The culminating celebration included tours of London landmarks, presentations by top legal scholars, evening entertainment, and plenty of fellowship with Notre Dame Law School alumni, friends, and students.
The London Law Program has become an invaluable part of a Notre Dame legal education and provided formative experiences for generations of Notre Dame Lawyers. As we celebrated the program's first 50 years, we also looked forward to its continued growth and evolution in the decades ahead!
Click on the image above to see a timeline and historical photos that illustrate how the London Law Program developed, and how it served as an anchor for a much larger Notre Dame presence in London.
Read the story, Celebrating a half-century of Notre Dame Law in London, that was published in the program for the Notre Dame-Stanford football game on September 29, 2018.
The video above was shown at a gala celebrating the London Law Program on October 23, 2018, at the Royal Horseguards Hotel in London.
Read the story, Educating lawyers with a global perspective, that was displayed on the University’s homepage after the celebration.
Click on the link below to see photos from the Golden Jubilee events of October 20-23.
London Law at 50: Speaker Series
- January 2018 – “The Importance of Foreign Law in Real Estate Practice: Lessons from the United Kingdom and the United States” with Thomas Patrick Dore Jr. ’76, ’79 J.D. See a photo gallery.
- February 2018 – “Cruel and Unusual Punishment: Pulling the Medical Mask off the Lethal Injection” with Maya Foa, director of international human rights organization Reprieve. See a photo gallery.
- March 2018 – “Business and Human Rights: The Contribution of the United Nations in ‘Making the Bond’” with Michael Addo, professor of law at Notre Dame Law School and director of the Notre Dame London Law Program. Watch a video of the presentation and see a photo gallery.
- April 2018 – “The English Origins of the Right to Bear Arms” with Judge Diarmiud F. O’Scannlain, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Read more and see a photo gallery.