The Supreme Court
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Each year, Georgetown Law welcomes graduate students from more than 70 countries, representing approximately 300 law schools worldwide.
Supreme Court cases that were mooted at Georgetown in 2017-18.
Number of students who participate in 17 different clinics.
POSTED 3.19.2019$10.5 Million Gift from Scott K. Ginsburg (L’78) Supports Capital Expansion of Georgetown Law
Scott K. Ginsburg (L’78) has committed $10.5 million to Georgetown University Law Center, the largest one-time commitment in the history of Georgetown Law.Read More
POSTED 3.15.2019Students, Faculty, Staff Remember Cedric Asiavugwa
Cedric Asiavugwa (L'19), right, is pictured with an American educator at St. Aloysius School in Nairobi, where he worked before coming to Georgetown Law as a student in 2016. He continued to work with the high school remotely until his death on March 10.Read More
POSTED 3.18.2019Boston Law Professor Mary Sarah Bilder Delivers Ryan Lecture
Georgetown Law Associate Dean John Mikhail, Boston College Law School Professor Mary Sarah Bilder, and Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor before the Thomas F. Ryan Lecture on March 6.Read More
POSTED 3.15.2019EU Trade Commissioner Cecelia Malmström Headlines 40th Annual International Trade Update
European Union Trade Commissioner Cecelia Malmström spoke at Georgetown Law’s 40th Annual International Trade Update on March 7 to 8.Read More
POSTED 3.14.2019Victoria Nourse Installed as the Inaugural Ralph V. Whitworth Professor
Professor Victoria Nourse was recently installed as Georgetown Law's inaugural Ralph V. Whitworth Professor of Law.Read more
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A newly acquired property – 500 First Street NW in Washington, DC – will help Georgetown expand its presence on Capitol Hill, bring new opportunities for students, faculty and staff across its campuses and complete an entire city block of university properties.