LSE summer school is a great opportunity and experience, I would definitely recommend it to others and also would do it again any time!
Christoph, University of Vienna, Austria


LSE’s Law Department is one of the top-ranked departments in the UK, receiving the highest  rating of 5* in the most recent Research Excellence Framework. It also ranked in the top 10 law departments worldwide in the 2021 QS World University Rankings. The Department’s research output has a significant impact on national and international policymaking and on  decision-making within business, government and other agencies.

Students have  unique access to a wide breadth of courses which explore the biggest and most pressing issues affecting our society today. The courses are continually adapted to cover global social phenomena and contemporary developments within law. Many of the full-time graduates of the Law Department go on to play leading roles in  law, politics, government, business, media and administration, in the UK and abroad.


Session One (20 June - 8 July 2022) 

LL102: Introduction to International Human Rights: Theory, Law and Practice

LL135: Introduction to Corporate Law and Governance

LL202: Commercial Law

LL206: International Financial Law


Session Two (11 July - 29 July 2022) 

LL105: International Law: Contemporary Issues

LL203: International Commercial Litigation and Arbitration

LL204: Cyberlaw 

LL300: Advanced Negotiation and Mediation


Session Three (1 August - 19 August 2022) 

LL100: European Union Law

LL110: Tax, Justice and Society

LL200: Competition Law and Policy: Contemporary Challenges in a Global Market

LL301: Corporate Finance Law


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