The Supreme Court
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 17 different clinics.
POSTED 6.16.2021Students Pursue Accountability for Syrian War Crimes
Released in June 2021, the students’ report concludes that by systematically attacking healthcare, the Syrian government has committed the crime against humanity of forced deportation (photo by Muhammed Muheisen).Read More
POSTED 5.28.2021Commencement 2021: Georgetown Law Celebrates “The Class of Resilience”
A steady rain was falling, yet it didn’t wash away the smiles on the faces of graduating Georgetown Law students and their guests as they arrived at Nationals Park.Read More
Rosa Brooks became a reserve police officer in Washington D.C. to better understand the profession. She joined NewsHour to discuss the history and trends of policing in America — and what reform should look like. Continue Reading
The New York Times
"The American people have a right to see the memo. Then they can decide whether Mr. Barr used his power as the nation’s chief law enforcement officer as a shield to protect the president." Continue Reading
Two former Georgetown Law clinic students, now graduates, have helped an African women’s rights advocacy group to mount a successful legal challenge to a discriminatory marital law regime in Eswatini (formerly Swaziland).Continue Reading
A new Georgetown Law study shows that giving girls access to supportive community circles and other restorative practices can benefit their health, wellbeing and chances for school success.Learn More