Georgetown Law Closed: Wednesday, March 21

The Law Center is closed today, Wednesday, March 21, 2018, due to inclement weather. All activities and services, including scheduled events (student organization meetings and events, CLE, and conferences), are canceled. On-site classes will not be held in person and will be held according to the faculty member’s instructional continuity plan. All administrative offices are closed. The food services operation, fitness center and Early Learning Center are closed. The library is closed. It is expected that only designated emergency employees will come to the Law Center to fulfill their responsibilities. All others -- including students, staff, faculty, and visitors -- are expected not come to the Law Center, which will not be staffed to support anything other than essential life safety and snow/ice clearing functions.

London Summer Program


The London Summer Program will not be offered in 2018.

Check back here for information regarding summer 2019 at a later date.


Georgetown University Law Center presents an exciting opportunity to study law this summer in London. This 4½-week summer law program offers internationally-focused courses taught by distinguished professors. The program will include a speaker series and organized visits to legal landmarks such as the Royal Courts of Justice and The Inns of Court. Enrollment is limited to ensure small class sizes. The program is organized in cooperation with King's College London.

The Georgetown Law London Summer Program has continued a strong tradition of academic excellence since its establishment in 1988 with our first study abroad program. Beyond the summer program, the city of London offers countless additional experiences. One of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world, London is an ideal location for studying abroad, and is easily accessible to other major European cities by train or plane.



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