Georgetown and Other Law School Resources
Georgetown Law LL.M. students can take advantage of several resources available to the Georgetown Law community at large:
J.D. Office of Career Services (OCS)
The Office of Career Services serves as the counterpart to Graduate Career and Professional Development for J.D. students. On referral by a member of Graduate Career and Professional Development, LL.M. students are permitted to use the OCS hard copy and extensive reference library of books, periodicals and audiovisual materials. OCS is located opposite the Office of the Registrar, Level 3, McDonough Building.
Office of Public Interest and Career Service (OPICS)
On referral by a member of Graduate Career and Professional Development, LL.M. students interested in public and community service and related government employment are permitted to use OPICS's excellent hard copy and extensive reference library of books, periodicals and audiovisual materials. OPICS is located near the Main Entrance, 600 New Jersey Avenue, Level 2, McDonough Building.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE)
Georgetown Law offers comprehensive CLE programs throughout the year for attorneys practicing in the Washington, D.C. legal community. This resource is particularly good for more experienced LL.M. students and usually free of charge for Georgetown Law students. Just take your GO-card. Visit the Georgetown Law CLE Calendar.
Georgetown Law Library
The Library hosts a Job Searching Research Guide that outlines library resources available at Georgetown University Law Library which will help you investigate potential employers and prepare for job interviews.
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