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TOPICS

Programs may be tailored to meet the continuing education and development needs of a particular country. Below is a partial listing of courses that have been offered in our standard two-week training: • Court Systems in the USA

• American Criminal Law & Procedure

• Civil Law Practice in the USA and Access to Courts

• Applications of International Law in Courts of the • U.S. Professionalism & Ethics for Judges • Judicial Administration

• Dispute Resolution in Cross-Border Class Actions and Other Complex Litigation

LANGUAGE SERVICES

Training sessions take place in English. Some simultaneous interpretation services are available; please contact us for further information.

CONTACT

For up-to-date information about training costs and application procedures, or to arrange seminars on special topics, please contact: Dr. Laura Kagel Dean Rusk International Law Center University of Georgia School of Law Athens, GA USA 30602 lkagel@uga.edu • (706) 542-5141 @DeanRuskIntLaw http://bit.ly/DeanRuskIntLaw https://www.facebook.com/DeanRuskIntLaw

INTERNATIONAL JUDICIAL TRAINING WWW.LAW.UGA.EDU/IJT


IJT

Since 1998, the Dean Rusk International Law Center has offered international trainings designed to increase efficiency and accountability in the administration of justice and thereby foster an environment conducive to democratization, trade and investment, and social justice. Participants include judges, prosecutors, and court personnel from many countries. The trainings foster close interactions with practicing judges, lawyers, and academic leaders and include visits to a variety of American courts. IJT instructors are practicing judges and lawyers as well as distinguished Georgia Law faculty members.

PARTNERS

Your partners in judicial training are the Dean Rusk International Law Center, for nearly four decades the nucleus of international programs at the University of Georgia School of Law, and the Institute for Continuing Judicial Education, which is a resource consortium of the Georgia Judicial Branch, the State Bar of Georgia, and the ABA accredited law schools of the State.

LOCATIONS

In the United States, our trainings take place at locations in Georgia, a state with a diverse population and a global economic base in the southeastern part of the country. Primary sites are Athens, home to the state’s flagship research institution, the University of Georgia, and Atlanta, the capital city and a U.S. trade hub served by HartsfieldJackson International airport. Please contact us if you would are interested in partnering with us to organize a training outside of the United States.


IJT

Since 1998, the Dean Rusk International Law Center has offered international trainings designed to increase efficiency and accountability in the administration of justice and thereby foster an environment conducive to democratization, trade and investment, and social justice. Participants include judges, prosecutors, and court personnel from many countries. The trainings foster close interactions with practicing judges, lawyers, and academic leaders and include visits to a variety of American courts. IJT instructors are practicing judges and lawyers as well as distinguished Georgia Law faculty members.

PARTNERS

Your partners in judicial training are the Dean Rusk International Law Center, for nearly four decades the nucleus of international programs at the University of Georgia School of Law, and the Institute for Continuing Judicial Education, which is a resource consortium of the Georgia Judicial Branch, the State Bar of Georgia, and the ABA accredited law schools of the State.

LOCATIONS

In the United States, our trainings take place at locations in Georgia, a state with a diverse population and a global economic base in the southeastern part of the country. Primary sites are Athens, home to the state’s flagship research institution, the University of Georgia, and Atlanta, the capital city and a U.S. trade hub served by HartsfieldJackson International airport. Please contact us if you would are interested in partnering with us to organize a training outside of the United States.


TOPICS

Programs may be tailored to meet the continuing education and development needs of a particular country. Below is a partial listing of courses that have been offered in our standard two-week training: • Court Systems in the USA

• American Criminal Law & Procedure

• Civil Law Practice in the USA and Access to Courts

• Applications of International Law in Courts of the • U.S. Professionalism & Ethics for Judges • Judicial Administration

• Dispute Resolution in Cross-Border Class Actions and Other Complex Litigation

LANGUAGE SERVICES

Training sessions take place in English. Some simultaneous interpretation services are available; please contact us for further information.

CONTACT

For up-to-date information about training costs and application procedures, or to arrange seminars on special topics, please contact: Dr. Laura Kagel Dean Rusk International Law Center University of Georgia School of Law Athens, GA USA 30602 lkagel@uga.edu • (706) 542-5141 @DeanRuskIntLaw http://bit.ly/DeanRuskIntLaw https://www.facebook.com/DeanRuskIntLaw

INTERNATIONAL JUDICIAL TRAINING WWW.LAW.UGA.EDU/IJT

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