The Georgia State University College of Law offers opportunities for international study. Programs are not offered every year. Bookmark this page for information about upcoming study opportunities.
The Summer Academy is co-sponsored by Georgia State University College of Law and Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria. The program has been offered by Georgia State Law since 1994 and annually enrolls approximately 35-40 students. The Summer Academy features two arbitration and international commercial arbitration seminars in a variety of venues around central Europe, and offers 6 credit-hours to students who successfully complete the program. More »
Summer Legal and Policy Study in Rio de Janeiro is an interdisciplinary program offering courses in international and comparative environmental and environment health law and policy, in international trade and in cross-cultural conflict resolution. More »
The summer abroad program takes advantage of this unique site to offer an intensive experience in both U.S. and Argentine law. The program is designed to go beyond simply an extended visit abroad. The courses, faculty, student body and site visits are selected to provide a real understanding of Argentine legal culture. Sponsored by Florida International University College of Law and Georgia State University College of Law.
The International Connection is a cooperative effort of the College of Law and members of the Atlanta legal and business community to invite individual law students from former communist countries to attend the College of Law for one semester on funded fellowships. Students enrolled in academic courses at the College of Law are mentored in an internship program by individual members of the bench and bar in the metropolitan Atlanta area. Past fellows include students from Bulgaria and Croatia.