Study Abroad



Georgia Law Summer Program in China

Since 2006, the Dean Rusk Center has offered an ABA-approved 3 ½-week 4-credit study abroad program hosted by two top Chinese law schools. The curriculum is designed to provide an introduction to the Chinese legal system, Chinese Commercial Law, U.S.-China Trade Law, and International Economic Law to law students and legal practitioners.Trips to important legal institutions and cultural sites are an important part of this exciting educational experience. All courses are taught in English. 



Georgia Law Summer Program in EU Business Law and WTO Trade Practice

This 3-credit Georgia Law summer program introduces law students and legal practitioners 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. Guest lectures by EU and WTO officials and international practitioners enhance the program, which is hosted by the Institute for European Studies at the Université St.-Louis in Brussels and the University of Geneva. All courses are taught in English.



Global Internship Program

Since 2001, the Dean Rusk Center has placed over 200 Georgia Law students in 30 countries through the Global Internship Program (GIP). This overseas legal internship program allows students to gain experience in international and transnational law in diverse settings on five continents. Every summer the GIP places students in four to twelve-week internships with foreign governmental agencies, academic centers, law firms, corporations, universities and NGOs.



Georgia Law at Oxford

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. The Oxford Law semester lasts for 15 weeks, running from early January into April. Law students in the program take four courses for 12 semester hours of credit and live in a large Victorian mansion on Banbury Road in Oxford that is owned by the University of Georgia.