Georgetown University Law Center’s Executive Education program seeks to fill the gap between traditional legal education and the realities of the practice of law in an organizational setting. Our programs provide resources to practicing lawyers and those who lead them by delivering training in skills not traditionally taught in law schools, including leadership, teamwork, strategic planning and effective management. At the same time, because we are a law school, we are sensitive to lawyers’ desire to fulfill their professional responsibilities as they acquire and use these important business tools.
We offer both public programs that are available on an open-enrollment basis as well as customized programs that we develop in partnership with client organizations. All of our programs are designed to:
- Provide participants with practical skills as well as theoretical frameworks for dealing with particular management and leadership challenges
- Incorporate the latest and best understanding of the legal market flowing from the extensive research efforts and collaborations of the Center for the Study of the Legal Profession.
- Establish an on-going relationship with program participants to provide them with continuing resources for improving their own effectiveness as successful practitioners and organizational leaders.