Law with Law Studies in Europe
The BA in Law with Law Studies in Europe (technically ‘Bachelor of Arts in the Final Honour School of Jurisprudence: English Law with Law Studies in Europe’) is an extended version of the BA Law programme which includes an extra year spent at one of Oxford’s partner universities in continental Europe.
My classes in German Law, along with the opportunity to go on a year abroad, have been invaluable in providing a comparative view of two very different legal systems.
Alex, Law with German Law
Adrian Briggs has private international law, which in Oxford is only available to those pursuing graduate degrees, as his principal research and teaching interest.
Governing Body Fellow
Joanna is an Associate Professor, Jeffrey Hackney Fellow and Tutor in Law at St Edmund Hall. She teaches Administrative Law, Constitutional Law and Tort for the college, as well as Environmental Law for the Faculty.
UCAS course codes
M190 Law with European Law (4 years)
M191 Law with French Law (4 years)
M192 Law with German Law (4 years)
M193 Law with Italian Law (4 years)
M194 Law with Spanish Law (4 years)
Places available: 7
See syllabus and entry requirements for further information.