Georgia Law Jessup team earns awards

Congratulations to our 2019 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court team, which advanced to the quarterfinals and brought home awards at the recent Regional Rounds in New Orleans. The team – from left, student coach Allison Gowens, along with competitors Andrew Hedin, Lyddy O’Brien, Hanna Karimipour, and Sam Hatcher – were recognized for the 4th… Continue reading Georgia Law Jessup team earns awards

Georgia Law’s 2019 Jessup International Law Moot team competes in New Orleans

Members of our University of Georgia School of Law team are competing this week in the New Orleans regional rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. They’re part of a 60-year-old tradition, in which law students enact the presentation of arguments before the International Court of Justice, the Hague-based judicial organ… Continue reading Georgia Law’s 2019 Jessup International Law Moot team competes in New Orleans

Georgia Law’s Chanel Chauvet, ILSA Student President, on 2018 Jessup moot

Chanel Chauvet, a member of the University of Georgia School of Law Class of 2018, Dean Rusk International Law Center Student Ambassador, and outgoing President of the International Law Students Association, reflects on the 2018 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in Washington, D.C., below (cross-posted from her website). Congratulations to the team… Continue reading Georgia Law’s Chanel Chauvet, ILSA Student President, on 2018 Jessup moot

Best of luck to Georgia Law’s 2018 Jessup International Law Moot team

Members of our University of Georgia School of Law team are competing this week in New Orleans regional rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. They’re part of a 59-year-old tradition, in which law students enact the presentation of arguments before the International Court of Justice, the Hague-based judicial organ of… Continue reading Best of luck to Georgia Law’s 2018 Jessup International Law Moot team

Georgia Law team earns Jessup awards

Congratulations to our 2016 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court team, which advanced to the semifinals and brought home some awards at the recent Regional Rounds in New Orleans. The team – from left, student coach Leah Davis, along with competitors Rachel Bishop, Michael Alfano, Robert Poole, and Caitlin Amick – were recognized for… Continue reading Georgia Law team earns Jessup awards

Georgia Law honored again to be honored for excellence in international law

Delighted to share the news that the just-released US News rankings place our international law curriculum here at the University of Georgia School of Law at No. 18 in the United States. This marks the 7th time in recent years we’ve been among the top 20 or so US law schools for international law. The… Continue reading Georgia Law honored again to be honored for excellence in international law

Georgia Law student Hanna Karimipour elected to International Law Students Association board

Congratulations to Hanna Karimipour, member of the Georgia Law Class of 2020, who has just been elected to serve during her 3L year as a worldwide Student Director of the International Law Students Association. Devotion to international law has been a hallmark of Hanna’s career here at the University of Georgia School of Law. In… Continue reading Georgia Law student Hanna Karimipour elected to International Law Students Association board

Celebrating graduation and another great international law year

Just before University of Georgia School of Law students entered the Spring 2019 exam period, we at the law school’s Dean Rusk International Law Center took a moment to thank and congratulate the many students with whom we work. As listed below, more than 50 of them will earn JD or LLM  degrees later this… Continue reading Celebrating graduation and another great international law year

Honored again to be honored for excellence in international law

Delighted to share the news that the just-released 2020 US News rankings place our international law curriculum here at the University of Georgia School of Law at No. 19 in the United States. By our count, this marks the 5th time in recent years we’ve been among the top 20 or so US law schools… Continue reading Honored again to be honored for excellence in international law

Pride of place: Georgia Law’s international law curriculum and initiatives rank No. 15 in US News

Delighted to share the news that the just-released 2019 US News rankings place our international law curriculum here at the University of Georgia School of Law at No. 15 in the United States. We’re situated just below UCLA and Stanford, just above Northwestern and the University of Texas, and 3 slots higher than last year.… Continue reading Pride of place: Georgia Law’s international law curriculum and initiatives rank No. 15 in US News