Programs and Centers at UVA Law School

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The Program in Business Law.  Director: Professor Paul G. Mahoney.

The Program in Constitutional Law and History.  Director: Professor G. Edward White.

The Program in International Law.  Director: Professor John K. Setear.


The Law School is currently home to several Centers.  Centers are funded at much higher levels than are Programs. 

Of special interest to students of international law are the Center for Oceans Law and Policy and the Center for National Security Law.  The Director of both Centers is Professor John Norton Moore.  Both of the Law School's existing Centers engage in significant continuing-education functions and publish a wide variety of materials, two functions that the Law School's Programs have not undertaken.

The Center for Environmental Studies at the University of Virginia School of Law is directed by Professor Jon Cannon and includes international environmental issues among its concerns.

Like the Centers mentioned just above, the John M. Olin Program in Law and Economics is also housed exclusively at the Law School.   The Center for Children, Families, and the Law and the Institute of Law, Psychiatry, and Public Policy are listed by the Law School on its "Centers" page but have at least some offices in locations other than the Law School.

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For corrections, comments, and questions, please e-mail John Setear.

This page was last updated on 09/07/00.