Librarians offer individual research consultations for Georgetown Law students working on papers or other research projects. Complete one of the following forms, depending on your topic and a reference librarian will contact you to arrange an appointment. Please note that we prepare for these meetings and need at least a day to prepare. Consultations are usually during daytime business hours, but we are happy to make special arrangements if needed. Alternatively, if you'd like to chat with a librarian you can use our Chat With a Librarian service.
- U.S. research, including legal or non-legal topics (Georgetown Law students only)
- Foreign and international research, including legal or non-legal (Georgetown Law students only)
Special Collections Consultations
Librarians in the Special Collections Department of the Georgetown Law Library are available to meet with members of the Georgetown Law Community as well as the general public to discuss research in legal history, rare books, the Law Center archives, manuscripts or the National Equal Justice Library.