Since the foundation of LSE, the study of law has been an integral part of the School’s mission. To fulfil this undertaking, the School has developed one of the UK’s leading Law Departments. In the most recent Research Assessment Exercise carried out by the UK Higher Education Funding Councils it was one of only eight such departments to be given a top rating of 5* (meaning the Department’s research was ranked as being “of international excellence”) and a score of five out of five in the similar evaluation of teaching.
In the LSE tradition, the Department practices “research-led” teaching. The Department produces research of the highest standards of international excellence, and in so doing it plays a leading role in the development of foundational legal scholarship. This research output makes a strong impact on national and international policymaking and on processes of decision-making within business, government and other agencies. Many of the department’s graduates go on to play leading roles in the world of law, politics, government, business, media and administration, both in the UK and abroad.
Courses start at £2,300 for one session. See the full fees and payments details here.
Session One (17 June – 5 July 2019)
LL101: Introduction to Law: Legal Foundations and Fundamental Questions
LL102: Introduction to International Human Rights: Theory, Law and Practice
LL135: Introduction to Corporate Law and Governance
LL202: Commercial Law
LL205: European Union Law and Politics
LL206: International Financial Law
LL209: Comparative Human Rights
Session Two (8 July – 26 July 2019)
LL105: International Law: Contemporary Issues (Course full)
LL203: International Commercial Litigation and Arbitration
LL204: Cyberlaw (Course full)
LL207: International Financial Regulation
LL210: Tax Avoidance
Session Three (29 July – 16 August 2019)
LL110: Tax, Justice and Society
LL200: Competition Law and Policy: Controlling Private Power
LL208: Freedom of Speech, Media and the Law
LL211: The International Law of War Crimes
LL301: Corporate Finance Law