International Human Rights Law

Georgetown University Law Center has a rich variety of human rights courses and programs which are a natural fit to the Certificate of Study in International Human Rights Law. This program is designed to encourage LL.M. students to attain extensive knowledge in the field of human rights law on both a national and international level.  Our renowned full-time faculty teach a variety of courses in the international human rights law area and provide advice on the development of the curriculum.  Our adjunct faculty, with years of practical and teaching experience, come to the Law Center from a variety of organizations, including the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Department of Justice, the Organization of American States and a number of non-governmental organizations.

The International Human Rights Law Certificate is available to students enrolled in a Law Center LL.M. program. Please note that J.D. students are not eligible for the Certificate program. The Law Center will not admit students solely for the International Human Rights Law Certificate program.

Program contact information:

Office of Graduate Programs
600 New Jersey Avenue, NW
Suite 5000, Hotung Building
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 662-9036

Admissions contact information:

Graduate Admissions
600 New Jersey Avenue, NW Room 589
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 662-9010
fax (202) 662-9439
TDD (202) 662-9013

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