Candidates who did not receive an offer of admission may choose to reapply for admission in a later term. Although it is likely that an applicant will receive the same decision, in some cases applicants may receive a different determination based on new or additional information that is provided or because the application is submitted earlier in the admissions cycle than in a prior year. Applications are maintained by the Office of Graduate Admissions for one year. If you applied to Georgetown Law during the last admissions cycle, you may reactivate your application by submitting the following documents to supplement those already in our files:
Application Form & Fee: Please download and submit the current paper application form together with the $80 application processing fee. Please be sure to check the "Reapplicant" box so that we will include your previous materials with your new application file.
Updated Resume and Personal Statement: Please submit an updated resume and personal statement describing your activities within the past year and reasons for reapplying.
Updated Transcripts: If you did not submit final transcripts from all your degree programs, including your LL.M. program, at the time of your original application, please do so when you reapply.
Updated Proposal or Supervisor Preferences: If your dissertation topic and/or your preference for a faculty supervisor has changed since your original application, please provide updated information when you reapply.
New Letters of Recommendation: New letters of recommendation are welcome but not required.
Candidates who applied before the last admissions cycle must resubmit all application information.