The University of Georgia School of Law has a long and rich tradition in the area of international legal education. During the 1970s, the school formalized its commitment to provide knowledge and policy guidance on international issues, particularly in the area of trade, with the establishment of the Dean Rusk Center for International Law and Policy. In the years since, Georgia Law has broadened and strengthened its international programming to include:

  • An influential corps of international law scholars
  • A strong and varied international curriculum
  • International symposia featuring some of the top legal academics and practitioners from around the world
  • The Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law
  • Foreign study abroad, internship and fellowship opportunities spanning the globe
  • A Master of Laws program
  • Student opportunities for gaining international advocacy skills
  • Substantial foreign law holdings in its library, which includes the Sohn Collection on International Relations