Oxford, Ohio State University

Oxford, Ohio State University

The University of Oxford-The Ohio State University Summer Law Program offers students the unique opportunity to study with faculty from both the University of Oxford in England and The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law in the United States. Students will learn about the British and American legal systems through a combination of class work, guest lectures, and excursions in Oxford and London. The Moritz College of Law and the University of Oxford have teamed up to run the Summer Law Program since 1987, educating law students in a variety of comparative and international law topics. This year the program will offer courses in Comparative Legal Professions, Comparative Sentencing and Punishment, European Union Law, Comparative Election Law, and Business Negotiations in a Global Environment. In addition to the regularly scheduled classes, the program features at least six lectures by prominent scholars in their respective fields and numerous educational and cultural side trips.

Program Information
School Name: 
Ohio State University
Program Subject: 
Comparative Law
Programs Specialty: 
International
School Term: 
Summer
Program Dates: 
June 25 - July 30
Tuition: 
$7,400 (Ohio residents); $7,400(Ohio non-residents)
Credits: 
6
Application Deadline: 
15-Mar
Contact Information
Location Information
Program City: 
Oxford
Program Country: 
United Kingdom
Continent: 
British Isles
Other Information
Number of students in program last year: 
50
Organized Excursions: 
Students typically visit courts in London, the English Inns of Court, and the Houses of Parliament. Trips are also scheduled to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, Windsor Castle, and Runnymede.