This programme presents the central aspects of English law for lawyers and law students from countries whose legal systems are not based on English Common Law. Much of the emphasis is on general structure of the law and legal methods, although detailed study of substantive law is also covered. It attracts participants from across the globe.
This programme has been endorsed by the Board of Executive and Professional Education, University of Cambridge.
The academic programme
- Two special subject seminars
- Three plenary lectures per day
- Evening talks
Entry and attendance requirements
The entry requirements are as follows:
- All teaching will be in English. Applicants must meet our language requirements.
- Participants should be practising lawyers, academic lawyers or law students with no prior knowledge of the English legal system, and should be from countries whose legal jurisdictions are not based on English common law. Owing to the nature of the academic content taught, applications from countries whose legal systems are based on English Common Law will not be accepted.
- Law students must have completed a minimum of one year of their legal studies at undergraduate level by the time the course starts. Those without any formal legal training will not be accepted.
A certificate of attendance will be given to those who attend all lectures and seminars.
Accommodation will be available at the magnificent Selwyn College, just a short walk from the Faculty of Law.
You will have the option of en suite or standard single study bedrooms (shared bathroom) on half board basis.
Information for applicants
Programme calendar (available in December)
How to apply (available in December)
Programme options and fees (available in December)
Booking terms and conditions (available in December)