See what the University of Georgia School of Law has to offer. Contact the Admissions Office at 706-542-7060 to schedule a law school tour and/or a first-year class visit.
Tours of the law school given by current students are available daily Monday through Friday at 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Class visits and student led tours will end for the fall semester in mid-November.
Please select a first-year class day and time to visit. Course descriptions are below.
Civil Procedure is concerned with the process of adjudication by which courts resolve controversies brought to them as lawsuits. The course considers the rules of procedure governing civil actions in state and federal trial courts with special emphasis on selecting the proper forum, bringing the necessary parties before the court, stating claims for relief, gathering information to support or rebut such claims, resolving disputed claims by trial, and obtaining review of the accuracy and fairness of the resulting decision.
An introduction to the law of legally enforceable promises including offers and their acceptance; duration and termination of offers; consideration; requisites of contracts under seal; parties affected by contracts; parol evidence rule; statute of frauds; performance of contracts; effect of illegality; discharge of contracts.
The historical development of criminal law as well as the analysis of the necessary elements of crimes and the consideration of the principal classes of crimes.
These courses explore the basic principles underlying the law of civil liability for conduct causing damage to others. Topics include intentionally inflicted harm to a person's physical or emotional well-being, negligently inflicted harm and liability resulting from use and misuse of products.