Students studying on campus

The Visiting Student Program is designed for law students currently enrolled at other ABA-accredited law schools or in a law degree program outside the United States who are interested in taking 8 or more credit hours of courses not offered at their home law school.  Visiting students will earn credit for transfer to their degree-granting institution.  Current students who are interested in taking fewer than 8 credit hours should apply for admission to the Non-Degree JD Program through the Office of the Registrar.  Attorneys who wish to take courses in a particular field should apply for admission to the Non-Degree Graduate Program through the Office of the Registrar. Information on both programs can be found here

Georgetown Law reviews visiting student applications for both Spring and Fall semester admission. Visiting applicants are considered for the Full-time Division, the Part-time Division or "Both."  Georgetown Law’s ability to accommodate visiting students is limited, and admission is granted on a competitive, space-available basis.

Please refer to the left-hand navigation for more information about who may apply, application requirements, how to apply and application deadlines. You will also find frequently asked questions, visitor contact information and information regarding the Joint J.D./LL.M. in Taxation.