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Georgetown University Law Center

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Located in Washington D.C., Georgetown University Law Center has a unique curriculum for first year students, knowledgeable faculty, and an in-house clinical program.  It offers over 400 courses.  At Georgetown, there are 10 degree programs and 4 joint degree programs. The programs range from administrative law to international law. Along with these programs, Georgetown Law offers an innovative curriculum. First year students can choose from two different curricula (Curriculum A or Curriculum B) and take an international law course known as, “Week One: Law in Global Context.” There are practicum courses that combine interactive learning with a classroom lecture.

georgetown university law centerStudents have opportunities to be able to learn from faculty outside the classroom. The professors connect and interact with students through events, such as “Learn at Lunch” and “First Wednesdays.” Georgetown University Law Center has an in-house clinical program known as one of the best in the nation. Students volunteer in the surrounding community, attend lectures at a center, and join student organizations. Barristers’ Council allows students to understand what it feels like to be in court through mock trial competitions. In Barristers’ Council, students work on a division (Alternative Dispute Resolution, Trial Advocacy, and Appellate Advocacy) of their choice.

There are also opportunities for Georgetown University Law Center students to go aboard through transnational programs. The transnational programs allow students to be able to expand their studies of law in places, such as Paris and London. There are additional international programs, such as Global Law Scholars and Global Teaching Fellows, which allow students to be able to become more involved in aspects of international law.

Georgetown Law guides students as they search for their careers in law. Georgetown’s Office of Career Services assists students with the job search and prepares students for entry into the law field through “Lawyers in Balance.” Georgetown is home to the award winning Georgetown Law Journal.

Contact Information

Georgetown University Law School
600 New Jersey Ave.,
NW, Washington, DC, 20001

Phone: (202) 662-9010

Email: admis@law.georgetown.edu

Application Deadlines

Regular decision: March 1

Transfer/Visiting Students for Spring: November 1

Transfer/Visiting Students for Fall: June 15

Global Law Scholars: February 25

Early Action Transfer: March 15

Early Assurance (for Georgetown Juniors): April 10

New Georgetown University Law Center students must start in the fall.

Admissions Statistics

Number of 2016 applicants: 7,748

Number of 2016 matriculants: 529

LSAT (median): 167

GPA (median): 3.76

LSAT (25 to 75 percentile): 162 to 168

GPA (25 to 75 percentile): 3.47 to 3.85

Financial Aid

Tuition (2016-2017): $55,255

Room, board and other: $27,445

Total estimated cost of attendance: $82,700

Students who receive grants: 48.3%

Median grant amount: $20,000

Financial aid deadline: March 1

Georgetown University Law Center does not award conditional scholarships that can be reduced or eliminated.

Score Card

Bar passage differential: 12.36%

Transfers out: 14

Net transfers: 96