Students applying online must submit their transcripts through LSAC's Document Assembly Service, which is included when you create your LSAC account and pay the LSAC registration fee to use the online application form. You will only need to obtain your transcripts, letters of recommendation, and TOEFL score(s) one time, and LSAC will arrange for your documents to be forwarded to all the law schools to which you wish to apply.
Internationally-educated students are strongly encouraged to register for LSAC's International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service. For an additional fee, LSAC will authenticate and evaluate your transcripts, as well as distribute them to the schools to which you wish to apply. International applicants who use this service are not required to complete Georgetown's Registrar's Certification form. All U.S.-educated applicants are required to submit the Registrar's Certification Form.
International applicants using a paper application must instead submit original, official transcripts, along with official English translations, directly to the address provided on the form. They must also request that a university official complete the Registrar's Certification Form.
U.S.-educated applicants using a paper application must have official transcripts sent from their universities directly to Georgetown and must request that a university official complete the Registrar's Certification Form.