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The Institute for U.S. Law ("IUSLAW"​) is a Washington-based non-profit academic and research institute dedicated to exporting the best of the U.S. legal tradition and to promoting the just rule of law at home and abroad. IUSLAW serves non-U.S. lawyers, judges, professors and law students through a variety of programs, courses and seminars addressing most major aspects of U.S. Law and the U.S. legal system. To accomplish this, IUSLAW works closely with a number of top law schools, law firms, federal and state courts, and agencies and departments of the U.S. government. IUSLAW's annual summer programs are formally affiliated with the George Washington University Law School.

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