This year, from June 25 - August 2, we will again reside at St. Edmund Hall, an Oxford college which traces its roots to the 13th century when it was one of the academic halls that formed the basis of the University of Oxford. As the oldest ongoing program in Oxford sponsored by a U.S. law school, it provides students with a unique opportunity to study comparative law, and the history of the common law and its institutions in their original setting. All courses are offered by tenured members of the Oxford and Florida State law faculty. Students may enroll in two or three courses. This program is A.B.A. approved.
Note: A letter of good standing will take the place of transcripts for non-FSU students; because GPA scales vary from school to school, you may enter 0.00.
Questions concerning the application and program may be directed to Shirley Oglesby, Assistant to the Director, 850.645.0926.