Denis Carey, MA
London Internship Program
Denis Carey holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the National University of Ireland (UCC, 1979), a Post Graduate Diploma in Law (DIT, Ireland, 1980), a Master of Laws degree from Georgetown University Law Center, Washington DC (1990) and a Post Graduate Diploma (Roman Law, Private International Law, Notarial Practice) from Cambridge University (2010). He has been admitted as a lawyer in the following jurisdictions: Ireland (1983), California (1990) and England & Wales (1991). He was formerly a Principal Lecturer in Law at Staffordshire University Law School; while there he was Director of the Legal Practice Course and Director of the University of Idaho College of Law Summer School. He has previously served as Academic Director and Internship Director for the University of Tulsa College of Law’s London Program. For the past 18 years he has been the Director of the UK delivery of Bar Reviews for the New York and California State Bar Examinations. He is the author of a number of professional textbooks on personal injury litigation and one textbook on medical negligence litigation. Since 1994 he has taught various law courses for BU British Programmes and was temporary Joint Director of the Academic Programme in 1995. He is currently the External Examiner for the University of Law on its Juris Doctor (JD) programme for the subjects Introduction to US Law/Jurisprudence/Legal Practice, US Contract and Sales, US Property and Trusts, US Evidence and Ethics, US Civil Procedure and the Federal Courts, US Criminal Law and US Constitutional Law.