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Georgia Law’s Dean Rusk Center offers summer law programs that prepare students for careers in a globalized economy.

Dean Rusk International Law Center

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International Judicial Training (IJT)
Since 1998, the Rusk Center's International Judicial Training has brought over 1000 foreign judges and court personnel to Athens to receive training aimed at introducing them to the U.S. judicial system and promoting quality and efficiency of judicial administration.

oxford program photo     Georgia Law at Oxford Program
Georgia Law students have the opportunity to study international and comparative law at the famed University of Oxford in England during spring semester. This popular program provides close contact with world class faculty from Oxford and the University of Georgia.
llm class photo     LL.M. in U.S. Law for Foreign-Trained Attorneys
The University of Georgia LL.M. Program offers highly qualified and motivated law school graduates the opportunity to pursue an individually fashioned program of course work in an area of law that suits their professional interests at one the nation's most highly regarded law schools.
global internship photo     Global Internship Program
The Dean Rusk Center offers internship opportunities at 60 legal organizations in over 30 countries on 5 continents. Participants report their global internship experiences to be among the most professionally and personally rewarding of their law school careers.
    Dean Rusk Center Events
The Dean Rusk Center plays an active role in the international arena by hosting conferences, colloquia and lectures that bring scholars, practitioners, government officials, business leaders, students and alumni together to discuss relevant international law and policy issues. 

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    Georgia Law Summer Program in EU Business Law and WTO Trade Practice
This 3-credit Georgia Law summer program introduces law students and legal professionals from around the world to the institutions of the European Union and EU Business Law in Brussels and International Trade Law under the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva. The program is in English and open to visiting students.