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This work deals with questions that are asked frequently by foreign law students when planning to organize legal studies abroad. Over 240 law schools in 32 European countries are included. In addition, relevant and useful information is included about the university of which the law school is part as well as the city and the country in which the law school is located.;Information includes: brief geographical/social/political description on countries; immigration/visa requirements; addresses of relevant institutions; financial currency and more; legal information, including a brief description of legal system, court structure and legal professions; statistical information; information on legal studies, including a description of legal studies at the university level, general admission requirements with regard to undergraduate/postgraduate/continuing legal studies, cultural agreements with other states that may affect legal studies, state scholarships; information on cities, including main characteristics, important addresses, accommodation facilities, transportation, student nightlife and more; information on the university, including the main characteristics - addresses of the international office, student housing/sport/health care departments, university facilities financial support, insurance, and international exchanges.;It also includes information on the law faculty, including the main characteristics; addresses of the studies abroad counsellor, information desk, law student associations, undergraduate/postgraduate/other courses, specific admission requirements/financial support, and international exchanges and more.;This book is produced by The European Law Students' Association, a non-political, non- profit organization of over 25000 law students in 41 countries in Europe. Over 125 ELSA members as well as the university staff collected the information directly from source.