Campuses in Philadelphia and Rome

Philadelphia, U.S.

Temple Law School is part of Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1884, the university today enrolls approximately 39,000 students taught by about 2,900 faculty members. The university is one of the largest centers for professional education in the United States, with approximately 10,000 students enrolled in graduate or professional degree programs.

The birthplace of the United States and its legal system, Philadelphia is located about 90 minutes south of New York City and 120 minutes north of Washington D.C. by car. Temple students proudly declare that they study U.S. law from a prominent law school in the city where the American legal system was established. Law students in Tokyo have an integral connection to Philadelphia from start to finish of their studies. Main Campus approves all admissions and curricula, conducts registration, and issues transcripts. Faculty members from Main Campus teach in the program.

Temple Law's Barrack Hall entrance

Rome, Italy

Located in the heart of Rome on the Tiber River, Temple University Rome provides an educational experience cherished by students and faculty alike.

LL.M. students may participate in our summer program in Rome in which full-time law professors, prominent Italian lawyers, judges, or legal scholars teach. Students may earn up to 6 credit hours over the five weeks of the program.

Temple's Rome campus