Train with London’s Leading Legal Practitioners
Syracuse University College of Law proudly offers one of the nation’s longest-running Law in London programs, where students learn from London’s leading legal practitioners. During an eight-week summer experience, students gain international exposure to clients, partner with professionals for personalized mentoring, and enjoy boundless cultural opportunities - in one of the world’s most dynamic cities.
Long before the U.K. took center stage in Europe’s destiny with its vote to Brexit, Syracuse University’s College of Law recognized the U.K.’s integral political role in world affairs. For 40 years now, the College of Law has offered our students a comprehensive introduction to London’s rich legal world, immersing ourselves in U.K. law, and living it through a panoply of internships in this unique summer program. Read more
Who is eligible?
Any full-time or part-time student from an ABA-approved law school who is in good standing at his or her current institution is encouraged to apply. The program is approved by the ABA and is offered as part of the fully accredited curriculum of Syracuse University College of Law. We had 19 students from Syracuse Law and other ABA-approved law schools, participate in the Law in London program during the 2016 Summer. We hope you join us in 2017!
How will this impact my career?
Rigorous coursework and hands-on learning experiences cultivate a student’s ability to pursue a career in international law. Our externship placements include the Crown Prosecution Service, the AIRE Centre, Withers LLP, Unite the Union, MSCI, State Street Global Services, Alternative Investment Solutions, Millennium & Copthorne Holdings, and the offices of various distinguished Barristers and Solicitors in London. Individuals who attend the Law in London program are supervised by American faculty who assist with housing, internships, and mentoring. Students engage in a variety of organized internship placements in criminal law and trial law, at financial and governmental institutions, and in corporate settings.
Program Dates, Fees, Housing, and Application Information:
Applications received before February 20 are given preferred consideration and reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications may be received after February 20, and will be reviewed on a rolling basis subject to availability in the program. For more information, contact Professor Christian Day at email@example.com. Additional details can be obtained from Andrew S. Horsfall, Assistant Dean of International Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org, Ph (315)-443-1962 or Fax (315)-443-9568.
- Program Dates: May 18 - July 8, 2017
- Law in London Program Details and Online Application