LL.M. in London

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LL.M. in London

This LL.M. program allows students from EU countries to obtain a degree from a U.S. law school while studying in England. Focusing on international and comparative law, this program is designed for students from common law countries who seek advanced training, and for graduates of law schools in civil law countries who seek training in common law disciplines or who wish to pursue studies comparing their legal systems with those of the United States and Great Britain. The LL.M. in International and Comparative Law is offered exclusively at the London Law Center.

Established in 1986, it is the only overseas graduate-degree program offered by an American law school.
“No longer is international law of interest only to multinational corporations that typically have a need for international expertise. Any practitioner now may need to be conscious of how easily a problem in domestic relations, intellectual property, or even crime can involve an international dimension. A failure to be conscious of this element may in the future prove to be not just undesirable, but reflect a flaw in a legal professional’s training.”

- Geoffrey Bennett, Director of the Notre Dame London Law Centre

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Leading Scholars Gather at NDLS’s London Law Centre

London Law Centre

The London Law Centre and the NDLS Program on Constitutional Structure recently brought leading scholars from the United States and United Kingdom together for a conference addressing “International Perspectives on Public Law.”

Notre Dame Human Rights Law Graduate Appointed to South African Constitutional Court

Mbuyiseli Madlanga

“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.”

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Law School Admissions

P: 574.631.6626
F: 574.631.5474
E: lawadmit@nd.edu