Policy decided in Washington has a global impact.
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The World Bank
The Supreme Court
United States Capitol
Georgetown Law students don’t just study the law. In D.C., they experience it.
Washington, D.C., is the nation’s capital, a global hub and a lively metropolis. At Georgetown Law, students learn the law in the place where laws are made.
Facts & Stats
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 2019-20.
Number of students who participate in 19 different clinics.
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