LAW SCHOOLS ADOPT INTERNATIONAL FOCUS
Law schools across the country are expanding their international offerings as U.S. law firms open foreign offices and handle more transnational cases. Rusk Center Director C. Donald Johnson said about 10 percent of Georgia Law graduates "will deal with international law immediately after graduation," adding that "many of the rest will be involved in international law dealings at some point in their careers." One article is titled "UGA, GSU law set sights on China, Brazil" and the second is "Schools prioritize international law." The authors are Wendy Moses and Lindsay Fortado, respectively.
"LAW SCHOOLS ADOPT INTERNATIONAL FOCUS" (2006). In The News. 375.