Summer 2019 in London
As you prepare for your upcoming study abroad program, please review the current Europe Travel Alert updated by the Department of State yesterday. There is no specific threat for a particular country, but a general reminder of the continuing threats throughout Europe, and in fact the entire world, these days.
Course I—Doing Deals Across the World: Advising the Multinational Start-Up Business (3 credits)
Tuesday, July 2–Friday, July 5 and Monday, July 8–Thursday, July 11, 2019
Course II—Comparative Immigration and Asylum Law, Practice and Procedure: from Persecution to Protection (2 credits)
Monday, July 15–Friday, July 19, 2019
Course III—Comparative Criminal Trial Practice: from the Classroom to the Courtroom-Barristers, Trial Lawyers, Judges, Jurors and Trials (2 credits)
Monday, July 22–Friday, July 26, 2019
Students may register in any combination for Course I, Course II, and/or Course III.
The London courses are comprised of a combination of lectures, class discussion, and extensive small group break-out sessions that require hands-on practical application of topics under discussion. You’ll have ample time to discuss and learn the law, see, and learn the law from many other perspectives. Classes are in session from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm with the lunch break from 12:30 – 1:00, giving you plenty of time to travel, explore, and experience all that England has to offer.
The London Summer School faculty bring real-life, international experience to the classroom. The professors teach at Mitchell Hamline School of Law and BPP University Law School, London.
Classes will be held at:
BPP University Law School
137 Stamford Street
London SE1 9NN
In addition to classes, you’ll enjoy a walking tour of Legal London, receptions at a Victorian pub nearby, fish and chips at a nearby pub, and an extraordinary luncheon at one of the historic Inns of Court.
Student Housing at The Curve
You’ll enjoy comfortable studio accommodations. Studio rooms are designed for those who are looking for space to relax, work, and socialize. Studios come with an all-purpose shared kitchenette.
IMPORTANT: Mitchell Hamline School of Law has reserved a block of rooms for students who elect to use the student housing. Mitchell Hamline School of Law pays the full balance for rooms actually reserved.
Students who cancel a room they have previously reserved must do so by March 29, 2019, or the student WILL BE LIABLE for the FULL HOUSING COST, whether or not they attend the program.
Housing: Housing fees for those taking the International Comparative Law: Business, Immigration and Crime courses are due and payable in full U.S. dollars to Mitchell Hamline School of Law by June 21, 2019.
Housing Address: 14 Fieldgate St, Whitechapel, London E1 1 ES.
Single En-Suite Studio Features:
- Single bed
- 100MB internet access
- Study desk
- En-suite bathroom
- Kitchenette-shared with up to 7 people
- Seating and dining area
- Clothes hangers are not guaranteed
Single Occupancy Housing: Course I: $815; Course II: $410; Course III: $410
Included in the Room Rate:
- Utilities (gas/water/heat/electric)
- Internet access
- Bed linens will be provided, however, NOT towels
- Cooking and eating utensils
- On-site gym
- On-site laundry
- Reception area staffed Monday – Friday during normal business day 9:00 am – to 6:00 pm. Security staffed during out of office hours
- 24-hour security staff
Additional Details—NOT Included in Room Rate:
- Toilet paper and personal towels are NOT included
- Cleaning is £15 and linen service is £5
- Housing is limited and is available on a first come basis
Registration deadline is March 22, 2019
Admission to International Comparative Law: Business, Immigration and Crime is limited and will be on a first come, first served basis.
Student applicants must complete the online PDF registration form, print it, sign it, and mail it to Jennifer Miller, Mitchell Hamline School of Law with:
- A $150 non-refundable application fee (checks payable to Mitchell Hamline School of Law)
- A letter of good standing from your home law school (or have it mailed directly from your registrar to Jennifer Miller at Mitchell Hamline)
Note: You will not be considered registered until all materials have been received by the administrator.2019 Registration Form
Complete, print, sign, and mail with the non-refundable $150 application fee
Mail Registration Materials To:
Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Mitchell Hamline in London
875 Summit Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105-3076
Attn: Jennifer Miller
Terms of Enrollment
Students are required to read the Terms of Enrollment before applying.
Students may register in any combination for Course I, II and/or III. Enrollment is limited. Placement will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
See Terms of Enrollment 2019 for details about the following:
- Tuition and fees
- Financial aid
- Grading and credits
- Cancellation or changes in the program
- International transportation
- Other provisions
- Liability schedules for tuition and housing fees