Members of the Oxford Law Faculty are naturally involved in many individual and group collaborations with academics from around the world. The Law Faculty itself also has formal links with a number of other major law schools.
Our undergraduate Law with Law Studies in Europe programme involves partnerships with a number of European universities: Leiden University | University of Paris II (Pantheon-Assas) | University of Bonn | University of Konstanz | University of Munich | University of Regensburg | University of Siena | University of Pompeu Fabra
The Law Faculty has academic exchange programmes with New York University , Columbia University, and Melbourne University involving Faculty members and research students working in areas of shared interest, whilst the Faculty's Institute for European and Comparative Law operates a similar programme with the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg. The Faculty also has links with a number of other universities and academic institutions including the University of Texas, the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, and the University of Sydney. Both Sydney and Melbourne Universities offer scholarships for graduates of those institutions who are accepted for the BCL (The Peter Cameron Sydney Oxford Scholarship and the Allan Myers Scholarships respectively).