Wednesday, November 19, 2014

GDAE Transnational Law Program - Day 3

The Global Dominican Academic Exchange (GDAE) introduces Dominican students to the American style of liberal arts education and encourages dialogue between Dominican students and their Dominican-American counterparts attending these institutions. The program promotes partnership and entrepreneurship initiatives which foster innovation and stimulate Dominican economic development and international understanding.

Students participating in the University of Georgia (UGA) Transnational Law Program in Athens, Georgia (October 19-26, 2014) took turns sending a daily report of their experiences.  To show just how fun the GDAE program is, we are sharing these reports to inspire others to attend! If you are interested in applying, please read more information on our website at:

Wednesday 22nd

On Wednesday, the 22nd, we woke up early, ate breakfast then, although it was cold out, we went to our classes at the Dean Rusk Center. We had our International Law class with Professor Diane, in which we learned, among other things, international law issues. 

Then, for the first time this week, we took a class in Corporate Law with Professor Rodrigues (yes, "Rodrigues" with an S), which was very dynamic. We learned a lot in those two hours with her.
Later, since we had nothing scheduled, we decided to walk to Athens. We saw many interesting things like huge mansions, some of which were decorated for Halloween. We also saw UGA fraternity and sorority houses. After dinner in the evening, we went to some of the nightspots downtown.  

DR Crew


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