Part of Georgetown University; The Center for Transnational Legal Studies is a part of Georgetown Law and focuses on the law that governs interactions among different peoples of the world at all levels of human activity.
In 2008, Georgetown established its Center for Transnational Legal Studies in London. The Center recently relocated to the fourth floor of a newly refurbished building in Aldwych. As a part of the relocation, The Center was seeking to install audio and video conferencing facilities in both classroom and meeting room environments.
Georgetown met with Vega Europe in early 2018 to discuss its objectives for The Center. The brief was to equip one 40-capacity classroom with a large, front-projection screen and video conferencing; plus, a seminar room (capacity 12, boardroom-style) with similar capabilities.
Vega designed and installed a state-of-the-art audio visual and video conferencing solution throughout, equipping the students and staff with access to the collaborative capabilities they require.