Study Law in Europe
Learn European Union (EU) Law in Brussels and study the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva in Georgia Law's ABA-approved summer course.
The Georgia Law Summer Program in Brussels and Geneva offers U.S. and foreign law students an outstanding opportunity to immerse themselves in European Union Law (with a focus on EU business law) and international trade law under the WTO. The program is taught by distinguished U.S. and European faculty and numerous guest speakers from European Union institutions, the World Trade Organization, and leading international law firms. The first three weeks of the program take place in Brussels, the capital of Belgium and political epicenter of the EU. A charming European city that is easy to navigate, Brussels offers students a plethora of opportunities for social activities as well as an ideal launching point for travel within Europe. The final week is an intensive introduction to the World Trade Organization in its home base, Geneva, a stunning city full of history and the home of numerous international organizations on the shores of lake Geneva.
Program co-directed by:
Professor Gabrielle Marceau, Université de Genève; Senior Counsellor, Legal Affairs Division, World Trade Organization,
The University of Georgia School of Law is committed to providing reasonable access and accommodations for people with disabilities upon request.