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This is an alphabetical directory, arranged country-by-country, supplying details about each of the law schools in Europe (including the UK). It includes details of over 200 law faculties in Europe, informing students or academics who are interested in studying or teaching in other European law schools details about: summer schools, bachelors degrees, postgraduate courses etc. Which universities offer which course. What subjects does a law faculty have a good reputation for. Are there any co-operation agreements between faculties? What is their average cost of living? What nightlife is there.
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I am delighted to recommend this excellent publication to you. It is an essential book for any student contemplating the adventure of studying abroad.This unique reference guide provides an excellent insight to law courses at Universities throughout Europe which are available to future lawyers. It should be of great interest to those seeking to broaden their educational horizons.The European Law Students' Association has proven itself a leader in promoting legal education and opportunities to practice law both in Europe and beyond. The Guide to Legal Studies in Europe is a prime example of ELSA's commitment to meeting the educational needs of law students worldwide. Students interested in international law are ever searching for opportunities to study abroad. The Right Honourable Lord Slynn of Hadley, former Advocate-General and Judge of the European Court of Justice: Law Lord, House of Lords, London.
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