University of Georgia School of Law students pursuing J.D., LL.M., and M.S.L. degrees benefit from an extensive curriculum in international, comparative, and transnational law and policy. As demonstrated in our 2016-17 brochure, more than two dozen courses are offered. They include business-oriented classes like International Arbitration, International Trade Laws, and International Business Transactions, as well as public law classes like Law & Institutions of the European Union, Children & International Law, and Public International Law. Students not only take courses at our main campus in Athens, but also through our:
- The Georgia Law-Leuven School of Global Governance, a summer offering in Europe that students may supplement with Global Externships Overseas
- Atlanta Semester in Practice and D.C. Semester in Practice, both of which combine classroom study with Global Externships At-Home and other placements
Students’ coursework is further enhanced by colloquia, lectures, conferences, and other events throughout the year, as well as participation in organizations like the International Law Society, law reviews like our 45-year-old Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law, and advocacy opportunities like the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition and the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot.