How To Apply
Georgetown Law strongly prefers that LL.M. Degree Program applicants apply online via the LSAC electronic application for admissions for U.S. Educated Applicants or Foreign Educated Applicants. Please be aware that LSAC needs time to process materials once received at their offices, so applicants should send their material to LSAC well in advance of application deadlines. Please note that there is a $90 application fee to apply ($100 for late applications). In order to use the online application, the application fee must be paid with a credit card. If you are not able to make a credit card payment you will need to use the paper application (see below).
Applicants who are unable to apply online may download a paper application form for U.S. Educated Lawyers or Foreign Educated Lawyers and send it, along with the application fee (in the form of a check or money order) and supporting materials, directly to the Graduate Admissions Office at the address below.
600 New Jersey Ave, NW, Room 589
Washington, DC 20001-2075
Applicants who spent a semester at the Center for Transnational Legal Studies in London
If you spent one semester of your first degree in law studying at the Center for Transnational Legal Studies (CTLS) in London, you are eligible for a fee waiver on your LL.M. application. To receive the fee waiver, you must complete the paper application rather than the online application, and include the Request for Fee and TOEFL Waiver based on Attendance at CTLS form with your application indicating when you attended CTLS.
Georgetown Law accepts applications for our LL.M. Degree Programs to begin in the fall semester only. We will begin accepting applications for Fall 2016 on October 1, 2015.
Thank you again for your interest in Georgetown Law. We look forward to receiving your application!