Law students and lawyers in Poland are invited to register for a free webinar on postgraduate study at the University of Georgia School of Law. It’s set for 17:00 CET on Tuesday, October 24, and will focus on our Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree, a one-year offering for foreign-trained lawyers.
As detailed in this web posting from EducationUSA, our partner in this outreach effort, this informational session will be hosted by Dr. Laura Tate Kagel, our Center’s Director of International Professional Education. Maria Kachniarz, now in her final year of J.D. studies at the University of Georgia School of Law, who is originally from Poland, will also be available to answer questions from prospective applicants about studying law in the United States.
Details on how to join the webinar here. Explore the Georgia Law LL.M. degree here.
On behalf of a member of our Dean Rusk International Law Center Council, we’re pleased to announce an upcoming event:
The American Immigration Lawyers Association Global Migration Section will host a conference entitled “Global Immigration in a Protectionist World” June 20-21, 2017, in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Panel topics include: the future of immigration law from a global perspective, running a global practice, consular processing, European Union immigration directives in light of Brexit, cybersecurity, and global mobility options for LGBT clients.
Alumna and Council member Anita E. J. Ninan (above), who is Of Counsel at Arnall Golden Gregory LLP in Atlanta and Advocate, Bar Council of Delhi, India, serves on the conference committee for this group – which, she writes, is
“the global outbound immigration section of AILA and includes foreign attorneys and legal practitioners as its members.”
Registration (early bird rates end May 10) and further details here.