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The Center for International and Comparative Law

The Center for International and Comparative Law creates a dynamic space for scholars and students to explore the interactions among international and domestic legal systems of the world and to engage both theory and practice for effective study and promotion of the rule of law.

International law, both public and private, cannot be understood without a working knowledge of comparative politics, history, and culture. By tapping into Emory University’s rich and vast resources, Emory Law encourages an interdisciplinary and experiential study of international law that prepares you to make an immediate impact in the legal world.

Extracurricular Opportunities

The study of international and comparative law is not confined to the classroom at Emory Law. Students can expand their studies by participating in

  • Emory International Law Review 
  • International law moot court team, sponsored by the Moot Court Society
  • International Law Society
  • National Security & Law Society
  • Externships through The Carter Center 
  • Networking with leading international lawyers through the international law sections of the Georgia and Atlanta Bar Associations and through the offices of general counsel of major international firms

Scholar in the Spotlight: Professor Margo Bagley

Professor Margo Bagley is a Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Law at Emory Law and her courses include US and International & Comparative Patent Law, Trademark Law, and Intellectual Property. She talks about her teaching that takes her all over the globe and how “it all makes for very rich dialogue during class.”

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