About the Immerse Law Summer School
There’s more to law than wigs and gowns. Law combines philosophy, history, logic, statistical analysis and critical evaluation into one highly skilled subject with a plethora of sub-disciplines. Supported by a university tutor, you will explore core branches of law in England and Wales as well as international law, considering both the academic and practical sides to this esteemed profession.
During your two week stay, you will reside in a university college discovering what it the study of Law entails. Beyond this, you’ll experience university life with fellow students from all over the world. Through our busy programme of social and cultural events, you’ll get to know the incredible heritage of the city around you and make lifelong friends in the process.
Are you looking for insight into what it is like to study Law at university? Discover more on our academic summer programmes!
Cambridge Law Summer School for 16-18 year olds
The Immerse Education Law summer programme in Cambridge provides you with in-depth insight into the study of Law at university level. The topics explored reflect the topics typically encountered in the first year of an undergraduate degree and provide an unrivalled opportunity to develop your passion for this broad subject.View Details
Cambridge Law Summer School for 13-15 year olds
The Immerse Education Law summer programme in Cambridge provides you with an exciting first look into what the discipline of Law is and introduces you to key concepts and skills that can be transferred to a vast array of future opportunities. You’ll be covering university-level content designed and delivered by expert tutors.View Details
Oxford Law Summer School for 16-18 year olds
The Immerse Education Law summer programme in Oxford provides participants with a challenging and fast-paced exploration of the topics that a law student can expect to encounter. Led by expert tutors you will discover topics such as criminal law and human rights law, and get to put theory into practice.View Details
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Law has existed as an academic discipline at university since the 12th Century, it forms part of the heritage of excellence and academic prestige shared by both Cambridge and Oxford Universities. Today it is one of the most competitive degrees in the UK with just 14% of Oxbridge applicants securing a place.
Study Law with Immerse and you’ll explore constitutional law, criminal law, human rights law, tort law and European Law, plus develop a range of analytical and practical skills that translate to a range of career paths.
Our Law programmes take place in colleges of Cambridge University and Oxford University, both with a rich heritage in legal studies and renowned for their academic prestige, they are also both world-leading centres of research in the field of Law.
Our Law TutorsOur established tutors are experts in their fields of study. Gain the skills and experience you need to excel with a unique, unparalleled learning experience. Each week, you’ll be able to collaborate with leading academics mirroring the teaching method of the iconic, world-renowned and most respected educational establishments in the UK. As current and past alumni of top universities, they’re highly specialised, recognised and knowledgeable in their chosen fields and can transfer their academic wisdom to you through interactive learning, independent study, seminars, and tutorials, depending on your age group.
OUR LAW TUTORS
Michael Foran is a Ph.D. candidate at the Cambridge Law Faculty and Trinity Hall. He received an LL.B. from Trinity College Dublin and an M.Sc. in Law and Anthropology from the London School of Economics and Political Science. His thesis explores the concept of equality as it manifests in law, whether these manifestations are in conflict with each other at a philosophical level, and if so, how best to resolve that conflict. He is also more generally interested in legal theory, medico-legal issues, the interaction between law and culture, and the interaction between law and religion.