Classroom & Beyond

Learn more about the University of Georgia School of Law. View a 1st year class, and explore Georgia Law's clinics, study abroad programs, journals, advocacy opportunities and other ways to get involved.

 

Watch Classes

Get a feel for Georgia Law's challenging curriculum---watch a video of a typical classroom interaction, or schedule a visit to the law school and attend a 1st year class in person.

Clinical Programs

Experiential Learning Programs

Learn valuable legal skills---interviewing, case appraisal and planning, negotiation, dispute resolution and persuasive advocacy---through hands-on experience in the University of Georgia School of Law's criminal and civil clinical and experiential learning programs.

International

International Opportunities

Delve into international law with Georgia Law's study and work abroad offerings, including summer programs in China, Brussels and Geneva, a semester-long program at the University of Oxford in England and global internships in over 35 countries on 5 continents around the world.

Advocacy

The University of Georgia School of Law's accomplished Moot Court and Mock Trial teams offer great experience for students interested in litigation or anyone looking to improve their public speaking, legal writing, persuasive skills and critical thinking.

Journals

Develop research and writing skills prized by employers by writing for one of Georgia Law's legal journals: the Georgia Law Review, the Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law and the Journal of Intellectual Property Law.

Student Organizations

Pursue your interests and make valuable personal and professional connections as a member of one of Georgia Law's many student law organizations.

 

Questions?

Contact Admissions at (706) 542-7060, or email ugajd@uga.edu.


Related Links

Georgia Law Virtual Tour

Virtual Tour Map

 

Tour the law school online.  Our interactive map includes photos, videos, and 360° views.

 

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Faculty Insight

"Georgia Law is competitive, no doubt about that.  Our students work hard.  But I think the overall environment is a healthy one; that is, there is a lot of cooperation and genuine friendship and caring among students.  Also, student/faculty relationships tend to be mutually beneficial and built on shared respect."

 

Dan Coenen
Associate Dean for Faculty Development, University Professor and Harmon W. Caldwell Chair in Constitutional Law