In 1968, Notre Dame established the first, and still the only, full-time branch of an American law school outside the United States. This program, located in the heart of London, England, now has three components - a yearlong component of the J.D. program, a summer program, and the master of laws (LL.M.) graduate program in international and comparative law.
Notre Dame Law School, "Bulletin of the LL.M. Program in International and Comparative Law 1998" (1998). Bulletins of Information. 45.