Academic Programs


The law permeates every facet of our society—from our homes and workplaces to our schools and places of worship.

It influences what we read, what we say, and even what we hear. At Emory Law, we equip future lawyers like you with the practical and theoretical understanding of the law. Through our academic programs and centers and clinics, we offer real-world experiences that give you a glimpse of what life as a lawyer will be like. 

Our professors have unique backgrounds and interests—from pioneering the Feminism and Legal Theory Project, to uncovering the intersection of law and religion. But they all share a culture of openness and collaboration—with their students and with each other. 

Environmental and Natural Resources Law

Emory’s Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program provides students a comprehensive educational experience in which to study a wide array of environmental law issues.
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Externships

The Externship Program provides second- and third-year law students the opportunity to serve internships with public service organizations, corporations, public defenders, and government agencies. more >>

Feminism and Legal Theory Project

The FLT Project fosters interdisciplinary examinations of specific law and policy topics of particular interest to women and addresses the intersection of gender with issues relating to race, class, ability and sexuality. more >>

Global Health Law and Policy Project

The Global Health Law and Policy Project provides a unique multidisciplinary platform for developing, exploring and evaluating global health initiatives.
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Study Abroad

Emory Law offers students opportunities to participate in summer study abroad programs, like our Summer Program in Budapest, or to participate in semester study abroad exchange programs with approved insititutions. more >>

TI:GER Program

TI:GER unites law, economics, management and science and engineering graduate students in a classroom and research environment to consider the multi-disciplinary process of innovation and taking inventions from the lab to the marketplace. more >>

Kessler-Edison Program for Trial Techniques

The Kessler-Eidson Program for Trial Techniques is characterized by its teaching methodology, which seeks to integrate the second-year law student's existing knowledge of substantive evidence with the introduction of practical trial skills through a "learn-by-doing" format. more >>