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There are so many professors that I'd heard of and wanted to meet here, primarily Prof. Bruno Simma, one of the leading practitioners of international law in the world. Having him associated so closely with our school is fabulous.
– Ivona Josipovic, '10

Faculty and Administration

Michigan Law's contemporary leadership in global legal studies is built on the faculty's remarkable breadth and depth of international scholarship. Faculty expertise spans public and private international law, comparative law, and foreign law, and covers the world's largest economies outside the United States: China, Japan, India, and the European Union. In addition to the faculty based in Ann Arbor, the Law School community benefits from the presence of our L. Bates Lea Global Professor of Law, each of whom is on a faculty abroad and visits here regularly. The Law School remains cutting edge in international endeavors with the first ever International Transactions Clinic and ground breaking developments on addressing human trafficking and refugee law.

Center for International and Comparative Law

The Center for International and Comparative Law, guided and managed by Theresa Kaiser-Jarvis, assistant dean for international affairs, is the Law School's focal point for the internationally related endeavors of students, faculty, visitors, and alumni. The Center serves as a central clearinghouse for international activities taking place at the Law School and around the University. ​​

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