This programme is unique in its combination of lectures, seminars and tutorials, giving an insight into the best that the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford has to offer.
Matthew Dyson, Professor in Law & Course Director
New Law Summer Programme
The prestigious Law Faculty at the University of Oxford welcomes you to its second Summer Programme in 2022, offering participants the opportunity to follow an intensive programme of university-level study in the law of England and Wales as part of the wider UK legal setting.
Participants will be taught by an incredible team of internationally-recognised legal experts and gain a taste of the Oxford experience and what it might be like to study at an English university and to practice law in the UK.
More than 60 contact hours, with leading law professors, tutors and distinguished guests;
Oxford-style tutorials, seminars and lectures with world leading legal experts;
Mooting: a legal debate about what the law is and should be;
Experiencing a wide range of legal modules, enriched by legal practice and cutting-edge research;
the opportunity to have your work assessed by a trained law tutor; and
a Certificate of Attendance.
What last year's students said about the Programme
The Faculty of Law at Oxford is outstanding….I appreciate this chance to meet so many legal professors. Such a great experience!
A wonderful experience… it certainly gave me a taste of some of the best legal education in the world, for which I am grateful. Now I can pursue my dream of studying law abroad with renewed vigour and a bedrock of knowledge.
An inspiring course.
Professor Matt Dyson introduces the Programme
Summer Programme Details
When: 18-29 July 2022
How: Online teaching, mixing lectures with small group work taking place in seminars and tutorials.
Who is it for?
The course is a university-level introduction to law, open to anyone with an interest in an intensive course with world-leading teachers. It is open to anyone who:
is fluent in English; and
is a student at a university, has an offer for a place at university, or has graduated university; or