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Courses of one or two-weeks’ duration

These courses take place in one of the colleges at Oxford University and last either one or two weeks. They cover topics of general interest to Law professionals or may be adapted to meet the specific interests of particular class groups.

Lessons are given by Oxford University professors who are specialised in the themes covered.
This Oxford studying experience is designed to enrich participants’ existing legal studies and to immerse the student in the use of English legal terms.

At the end of each course, students receive a Certificate of Participation at a gala dinner in one of the traditional Oxford University college halls.

Study areas include

  • English Legal System
  • EU Law
  • Human Rights, Equity and Diversity
  • Contractual Law
  • Commercial and Corporate Law
  • Arbitration and Mediation
  • Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence
  • Comparative Labour Law
  • Insolvency and Bankruptcy
  • Data Protection / Privacy

Who can take part

  • Judges and Prosecutors
  • Lawyers
  • Law Students – both undergraduate and post graduate
  • Other professionals interested in Law can also benefit from learning in the world’s most traditional Law school.

Upcoming Courses

Information about upcoming courses will be available soon

Testimonials

Daniela Tapxure
Daniela Tapxure Lawyer and Judicial Administrator, Tapxure & Severino, Sao Paulo

The course was wonderful, inspiring, productive, fascinating. It was different. Never thought I would come and participate in the legal field as an English person does as it is very select, restricted and the course provided that special experience for us. The entry into the courts, the cultural tour through the wonderful legal world of London, with a delicious lunch with the group and the teachers in London’s historic legal centre. High level talks with renowned teachers, respected and active. Even a Queen’s adviser we had, right? for two hours. It was lovely, it was wonderful. I recommend and I plan to return again and again.

Professor Jonathan Black-Branch
Professor Jonathan Black-Branch Justice of the Peace & Magistrate (Oxfordshire), Professor of International Law, Barrister at Law

It was a great pleasure to offer a lecture on international human rights and to work with the participants to develop a presentation on comparative human rights issues.
The participants were well-informed professionals who readily accepted the challenge of learning about a new system and developing comparative perspectives with a view to identifying good practice to inform and improve their profession practice at home.

Rafael da Silva Rocha
Rafael da Silva Rocha Prosecutor in Amazonas, Brazil

I would like to thank you for the course and for the opportunity to get to know and experience the day-to-day life of one of the most traditional, if not the most traditional, university in the world. Congratulations on the organization of the event. It was really an incredible experience for all of us. I’d like to encourage my colleagues to take place in the next set of classes.

Extra Activities

View here some photographs of the extra activities included
in the programme of the courses in 2015:

Law in Britain organizes visits and tours which give participants a real feeling of what English legal tradition and British culture are all about. Activities which have already taken place include: a Seminar at the Law Society in London, with a presentation by Timothy Stow, a British barrister and judge, on his experience as a Barrister – QC (Queen’s Counsel) and as a London Law Court Judge, and by Vitoria Nabas, the first Brazilian lawyer to set up an independent law firm in England. The lectures were followed by a question and answer session.

Lunch in one of London’s oldest pubs, Ye Olde Chesire Cheese (reconstructed after The Great Fire of London which destroyed the city in 1666).

Also in London: a tour with a specialized guide of the principal British legal institutions, including the Royal Courts of Justice and the Old Bailey, finishing with drinks on a terrace with a superb view, opposite St.Paul’s Cathedral.

One of the cultural activities in Oxford was a Shakespeare play presentation in the garden of one of the colleges. And, keeping up with tradition, there was a delicious traditional cream tea one afternoon, with sandwiches and cakes served in one of Hertford College’s historic halls. At the close of the activities there was a gala dinner with presentation of certificates.

Who we are

Law in Britain is a company dedicated to running short-duration Law courses which offer an unparalleled opportunity to enrich and refresh your knowledge in one of Oxford University colleges, which are world-famous and have centuries of tradition.

With both British and Brazilian founders, Law in Britain is in a position to understand the needs of international professionals and offer courses which effectively contribute to improving the participants’ knowledge in different areas of Law, as well as immersing students in English legal terminology.

Contacts

Thank you for your interest in the Law in Britain courses. You can get in touch with us by telephone: +44 (0) 207 252 0072, or by email: courses@lawinbritain.com or also by clicking on the box below to fill in a form.

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