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Law in London Summer Program

Train with London’s Leading Legal Practitioners

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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.

Who is eligible?

Any full-time or part-time American or Canadian law student 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.

Will this impact my career?

Rigorous coursework and hands-on learning experiences cultivate a student’s ability to pursue a career in international law. 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.

Apply today!

February 20 is the deadline to apply for the summer Law in London experience. For more information, contact Associate Dean Chris Day at ccday@law.syr.edu or Associate Professor Aviva Abramovsky at aabramov@law.syr.edu.

Law in London Program Details and Online Application

Financial Aid 

Syracuse University College of Law Students who participate in the summer Law in London program may apply for Federal Direct Loans to help cover the cost of tuition, fees, living expenses, and transportation to London.  The SU College of Law Summer Financial Aid application will be posted on the financial aid website in March.  Additionally, students must have a current academic year FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) on file.  Contact the College of Law Financial Aid Office if you have questions.