Spend Summer 2014 in Europe with Georgia State Law The 2014 program marks the 20th anniversary of the Summer Academy. Key Dates Saturday, March 1: $1,300 deposit due Monday, March 24: Remaining balance is due OR verified applications are due to Georgia State University Office of Financial Aid. Friday, April 18: Student health forms are due.
The world gets smaller every day. Broad experiences prepare you for the global market and for advancing local practice. Therefore, it’s more important than ever to collaborate with international scholars and explore the world.
Georgia State Law has a number of opportunities to study abroad, including programs in South America and central Europe.
The summer legal program, “Law and International Development: Comparative and International Perspectives” held in Rio de Janeiro, offers students the widest possible exposure to Brazil and its legal institutions. Students who attend the program benefit from a diverse learning environment with classes supplemented by role-playing… more »
Population growth including an aging population, preventative medicine, and improved treatment options have all contributed to an increase in the use of prescription and over-the-counter medication. While the benefits of these drugs cannot be overstated, their use does have environmental consequences. In anticipation of the December 2014 release of EPA’s proposed… more »
We build connections between disciplines to find creative solutions to the challenges of today’s world. You can, too.
When you choose Georgia State Law, you’re choosing one of the nation’s leading and growing urban research universities. Through Georgia State and through a partnership with Georgia Institute of Technology, we are… more »
Campus Liaisons are appointed by each institution’s president to be the campus conflict resolution specialist and primary intermediary with the Consortium on Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, the Chancellor’s Office and the Advisory Committee on the implementation of the Regents’ Initiative. Liaisons form and facilitate their respective Campus Conflict Resolution Committees.