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 2.15.2019“Can I Live?” Examines Black Women’s Lives in America
Visiting Professor Jill Morrison and Professor Sheryll Cashin were among those participating in "Can I Live? Black Women's Lives in America" on February 11.Read More
POSTED 2.14.2019Office of Admissions Invites High Schoolers to Visit Georgetown Law as Part of Early Outreach
High school students attend a mock class in Hart Auditorium on February 13.Read More
POSTED 2.12.2019Georgetown Center for Asian Law Spotlights India’s LGBTQ Rights Victory, U.S.-Japan Partnership
Our Center for Asian Law is keeping Georgetown students informed.Read More
POSTED 2.11.2019ACLU National Legal Director, Professor David Cole, Speaks to Georgetown Law Chapter
Professor David Cole, now the ACLU's national legal director, returned to Georgetown Law for a brief visit with students on February 7.Read more
The Washington Post
Can a country remain committed to democracy while managing profound disagreement among its citizens? Continue Reading
Professor Bloch gives a primer on the special counsel and impeachment. Continue Reading
“My parents went completely different paths, and it was all surrounded by the criminal justice system,” Mathieu says. “I majored in criminal justice and just started seeing a lot of defects in the system — particularly racial injustice.”Continue Reading
If perseverance was a law school class, Hargur Jaggi could develop the syllabus. This summer, he was appointed to his first judicial post, as an Additional District & Session Judge, in India. It’s no exaggeration to say that Jaggi climbed mountains — literal and figurative — to get there.Continue Reading
Georgetown Law’s Journal of National Security Law & Policy will hold its annual symposium in partnership with Georgetown Law’s Center on National Security and Law and the Center for Asian Law.Learn more