The Center on Global Governance engages in ongoing review of the Columbia Law School's extensive curriculum and identifies collaborators for teaching and research from communities outside the law school, including the worlds of practice and public policy.

Founded in March 2003, the center's initiatives flow naturally from Columbia Law School’s exceptionally rich curriculum relating to global law issues. Its activities, in turn, affect that curriculum. As part of its regular curriculum, the Law School offers what is perhaps the largest number of courses and seminars of any U.S. law school, focusing on the challenges emerging from transnational movement of goods, capital, people, or ideas.

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