Hannah Richardson
University of Melbourne

"Being in the legal heart of one of the world's global capitals, and adopting a comparative approach, the CTLS is in a unique position to address some of the most pressing issues of the modern era. As the world further globalises, it will become increasingly important for law students to have an understanding of other legal systems and transnational legal issues. The CTLS has given me a more comprehensive education, one relevant to the twenty-first century. I would highly recommend the CTLS to any law student eager not only to explore fascinating legal issues but also to further a career in international or transnational law and to forge exceptional friendships."

Disability services

Students in the CTLS program who need accommodations for disability need to let the CTLS administration know by August 4, 2017 for the Fall 2017 semester and by November 24, 2017 for the Spring 2018 semester.

CTLS provides accommodations for all students with disabilities, including physical, psychological, and learning disabilities. 

Students are responsible for identifying themselves to CTLS in sufficient time to allow for receipt of proper documentation and coordination of services.

 


Center for Transnational Legal Studies
37-39 High Holborn
London WC1V 6AA, United Kingdom