Georgetown Law offers a broad and rigorous selection of core and advanced business law and financial regulation courses that cover disciplines including corporate law, securities regulation and antitrust law.
Students can also take advantage of our Washington, D.C., location to gain practical experience through internships at financial firms and regulatory agencies.
Our business law and financial regulation faculty is one of the largest and most experienced in the country, and it is bolstered by expert adjunct professors who practice in the D.C. area. Our world-class scholars work in both domestic and international law, with special expertise in areas such as antitrust and trade regulation, corporate law, banking and finance, sovereign debt, bankruptcy law, business organization, securities regulation and commercial law.
For graduate students, The Securities and Financial Regulation LL.M. program features courses on topics such as commodity futures markets, corporate governance and financial derivatives. Courses are taught by experts from agencies such as the Securities and Exchange Commission and from leading Washington firms.