Consistently ranked among the United States' top international programs, McGeorge School of Law is distinguished by the breadth and depth of our faculty's engagement with international and transnational law. Our scholarship influences policy and practice, and our pedagogy promotes intercultural competence and exposes students to global issues right across the curriculum. U.S. News & World Report has ranked McGeorge's International Law program among the top programs in the country for the seventh year in a row, this year as No. 20 in the 2019 Best Graduate Schools guide.
The 2019 Global Center Annual Symposium will focus on "Changing Regulation of Pharmaceuticals: Issues in Pricing, Intellectual Property, Trade and Ethics," and will be held April 5-6, 2019 at McGeorge. The 2018 Global Center Annual Symposium focused on the topic "Foreign Interference with Elections," and was co-hosted by the Capital Center for Law & Policy.
Read the Global Center's news — and exciting plans — in the Fall 2018 newsletter.
The culmination of a decade's work by former International Law Commission (ILC) member
Stephen McCaffrey, the UN Convention on the Law of the Non-Navigational Uses of International Watercourses
entered into force on Aug. 17, 2014.
Jarrod Wong has been appointed to both the Executive Committee and Academic Council of the Institute
for Transnational Arbitration (ITA). Founded in 1986, the ITA is a prominent educational
forum in the field of international arbitration that counts among its members the
leading lights of the international arbitration community.
In a new report, Omar Dajani and Ramallah-based attorney Hiba Husseini urge a decisive shift in the international
community's longstanding and ineffectual approach to promoting peace between Israelis
and Palestinians. The report, Past the Point of No Return? A Rights-Based Framework
for International Engagement in Israel/Palestine, was published Nov. 4, 2014 by NOREF,
the Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre, and will be launched this winter in policy
forums in Jerusalem, Oslo, Brussels, London, and Washington.
Michael Malloy was appointed Director of the Business and Law Research Division of the Athens Institute
for Education and Research (ATINER). Malloy has also recently been appointed as a
member of the Editorial Board of the Athens Journal of Business & Economics.
The Global Center draws upon the international expertise of the McGeorge faculty, including:
One of the world's foremost experts on international water resources law, who has
actually written international law and published a number of books and articles.
A prolific scholar with expertise in international dispute resolution, public international
law, and contract law.
Serves as a consultant on various aspects of international business transactions and
industrial policy to several foreign governments.