<span class="headline">Welcome to the London Comparative Advocacy Program</span>
Each December, approximately 12 Loyola law students, accompanied by members of the Loyola faculty and distinguished guests, immerse themselves in London's legal profession.
<span class="headline">Lodging</span><br />
Students will stay on the Goodenough College campus, in the Goodenough Club, just minutes away from some of London's biggest attractions.
<span class="headline">Middle Temple Inn of Court</span><br />
The chosen applicants will attend lectures in the Middle Temple, one of the four Inns of Court.
<span class="headline">Learning Around London</span><br />
A large portion of the trip to London will include learning outside of a classroom. Here, we see Dean Faught teaching some students across from Westminster Hall.
<span class="headline">Ede & Ravenscroft Ltd.</span><br />
A stop along the way will be the Ede and Ravenscroft Legal dress shop, who revolutionized the barristers' wig and remains the model for modern day.
<span class="headline">The Royal Courts of Justice</span><br />
One of the legal institutions students will tour is the Royal Courts of Justice which houses the civil courts of England and Wales. Other tours will include the Law Society, Parliament and the Inns of Court.
<span class="headline">Life as a Londoner</span><br />
The group will have the chance to experience everyday life in London as they peruse the street market in Notting Hill.
<span class="headline">British Museum</span><br />
Students will have the opportunity to visit the British Museum, which contains some of history's most famous artifacts, including the Rosetta stone and the Elgin Marbles (pictured).
<span class="headline">Don't Miss Out!</span><br />
There are always far more applicants to the program than available spaces, applications for the course and program are due in July - members of the program faculty select the participants.
Each December, approximately 12 Loyola law students, accompanied by members of the Loyola faculty and distinguished guests, participate in the London Comparative Advocacy Program. For two weeks, students immerse themselves in activities in London that focus on the English legal profession and system of advocacy. After a series of lectures at the Middle Temple Inn of Court, students accompany barristers to court at the historic Old Bailey and observe the court at work. Students have the opportunity to compare the English and American legal systems by meeting with the barristers, judges and court administrators to discuss the cases and the English legal profession.
During the fortnight, students are given tours of various legal institutions in London, including the Inns of Court, the Royal Courts of Justice, the Law Society and Parliament. Students also have the opportunity to spend a weekend touring some of the historic sites in the beautiful western part of England.
The London Comparative Advocacy Program is part of a two-hour, ungraded course which includes Introduction to the English Legal Profession, a one-hour course offered in the Fall Semester. Applications for the course and the program are due in July, and members of the program faculty select the participants. There are always far more applicants to the program than available spaces.
For more information, please contact: James J. Faught, Associate Dean Phone: 312.915.7131 E-mail: email@example.com