The Oxford Introduction to Law in the UK is the official Law Summer Programme offered directly by the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford.
Participants will be taught by an incredible team of internationally recognised legal experts, gain a taste of the Oxford experience and what it might be like to study at an English university.
The course includes more than 60 contact hours, made up of:
- lectures, taught with the whole programme group
- seminars, taught in cohorts of 12
- tutorials, taught in groups of 4
You will have the opportunity to engage with exciting concepts and practical problems, assisted and encouraged by the tutors who teach Oxford students. Participants will be put into seminars and tutorials with similar levels of experience, to help each group be challenged and develop effectively.
- 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.
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
- is at least 19 years old by 18 July 2022
For more information about the Oxford Law Summer Programme, please visit our website