Career and Professional Development
Georgetown Law has an extensive administrative, academic, and professional development staff exclusively for students in Georgetown's graduate program.
A multi-member dedicated professional development staff provides numerous services and resources for Georgetown's graduate students and assists them in finding employment in private law firms, international organizations, corporations, and accounting firms.
Georgetown's Graduate Language Center conducts workshops and facilitates conversation and writing groups to assist students in developing their English language skills.
Georgetown's LL.M. program allows students to do externships for academic credit. Placements have included the World Bank, Amnesty International, the Center for International Environmental Law, Human Rights First, the Inter-American Development Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the United States Committee Joint Committee on Taxation, the Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, the International Trade Commission, the Internal Revenue Service, Senate Finance Committee, and Securities and Exchange Commission.
For more detailed information about the services and programs offered by our Career and Professional Development team, please visit Graduate Programs.