During orientation the Law Library promises to support students throughout their professional careers. At graduation the University welcomed you as sons and daughters of Georgetown. Alumni are very important library patrons.
Georgetown Law invites you to visit the law library, one of the largest legal research facilities in the nation. Graduates enjoy lifetime free access to both Library locations.
While on campus graduates can use almost all of the library's online databases. Please Note: The Library's licenses to Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg Law limits access to the current Georgetown Law community. As an alternative, graduates on campus may use Fastcase, a powerful full-text legal research tool and LexisNexis Academic which offers U.S. Federal and state case law, codes, regulations, legal news, law reviews, international legal information and Shepards Citations for all U.S. Supreme Court cases back to 1789.
Also on-campus, alumni can enjoy free access to the Law Center's Wi-Fi Network. To gain access to our network, simply follow the Law Center's online directions or contact the Reference Desk.
Georgetown Law offers alumni off-site access to several important research databases.
To access these resources, graduates need to use a Georgetown University NetID and password. If you never received a NetID, you can Register with the Georgetown Alumni office to obtain one by contacting their office directly (202-687-1994; email@example.com) or registering online via the "Register Now" link on the Alumni site. If you have forgotten your Georgetown Net ID or password you may contact the Alumni Office for assistance, visit their help page, or complete this form and email/fax it to Georgetown Help Desk.
For information about access please follow the instructions on the NetID help page.
- ProQuest Research Library
This online resources provide more than 3,700 journals in full text. It features a diversified mix of scholarly journals, trade publications, magazines, and newspapers.
- Mergent Online
Search full-text information on over 10,000 U.S. public companies and over 15,000 non-U.S. companies. Users can discover SEC filings (EDGAR) back to 1993 as well as U.S. and International industry reports.
- More resources are available through the main campus libraries.
Bar Review Resources
For six-months after graduation alumni have free access to the CALI tutorials. Written by legal scholars, the interactive tools help reinforce legal doctrine that will be tested on bar exams.
Please visit the Georgetown Law archives, both virtually and on campus.
Due Process Blog: News for Alumni
- Tax Exempt Organization Returns Online and Easily Searchable | Posted on May 16, 2013
- GAO Reports and Legal Decisions on the Web and your Mobile Device | Posted on May 9, 2013
- NEW: Bibliography for the Equal Justice Film Festival | Posted on April 26, 2013
- 2013 Student Survey Completed - Kindle Paperwhite Winner Announced | Posted on April 23, 2013
- Equal Justice Film Festival: West of Memphis - Tuesday, April 23 | Posted on April 19, 2013