Learn more about our evening students below and feel free to reach out if you have any questions about our top-ranked program. Our evening student ambassadors are here to answer any questions you have. Give us a shout!

Headshot of Claire CahillClaire Cahill

Current Job: Law Clerk, Judge Britt Grant, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
Future Jobs: Law Clerk, Judge Thomas Ambro, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (2021); Law Clerk, Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh, U.S. Supreme Court (2023)

“Because of the Georgetown Law evening program, I have been able to gain significant legal experience while in law school. After finishing my first year in the program, I pursued temporary employment at a state prosecutor’s office, a federal judge’s chambers, and two D.C. law firms.

Through these jobs, I was able to directly apply what I was learning in class, refine my employment goals after law school, and obtain more practical legal research and writing experience than I could have in a clinic or externship.

None of this would have been possible if it were not for the flexibility of the evening program.”

Mina at Commencement

Mina at graduation with Professor and Evening Program Director Jeffrey Shulman

Mina Dixon Davis

Former job: Community Editor, SmartBrief Inc.
Current job: Law Fellow in Children’s Rights Advocacy, Children’s Defense Fund

“Georgetown’s Evening Program made my transition from journalist to advocate seamless. I was drawn to Georgetown because it was one of the few law schools with a dedicated public interest program, and I ultimately chose the Evening Program because of its peerless classroom experience — it was humbling to be at an institution where both my professors and my classmates were experts in the field.

Highlights included serving as a Legal Writing & Practice Fellow, Public Interest Law Fellow, and Editor in Chief of the Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy.”

Fran Djoukeng HeadshotFran Djoukeng

Current Job: Program Manager, Georgetown Center for the Constitution
Future Job: Summer Associate, Covington & Burling

“Georgetown Law’s evening program gave me so many opportunities to get involved on and off campus.

I have served as an editor of the Georgetown Law Journal as well as a week one teaching fellow. The evening program’s flexibility allowed me to pursue internships at the Department of Justice’s Criminal Division and Google’s Legal Summer Institute.”

Kirby Mayo HeadshotKirby Mayo

Jobs I’ve had as an evening student at Georgetown Law: U.S. Senate (Legislative Aide); U.S. Attorneys Office, National Security Section and Appellate Division; Internship at U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, and attorney at Georgetown’s Juvenile Justice Clinic
Future Job: 
Associate, Arnold & Porter (Washington, DC)

“Being an evening student allowed me to combine the top-notch legal education at Georgetown with valuable legal work experiences that day students often go without.

The variety of work experiences I had helped me develop my interests and my legal research and writing skills, as well as made me more desirable on the job market because in interviews I could point to real-world work product, not just classroom grades.”

Headshot of Noah McCulloughNoah McCullough

Current Job: Congressional Staffer
Future Job: Summer Associate, Williams & Connolly

“Georgetown Law’s evening program was a perfect fit for me, allowing me to continue working on Capitol Hill while preparing to transition to a legal career.

I’ve also been able to take part in the Law Center’s extracurricular activities as both a law fellow and as one of the Articles Editors of the Georgetown Law Journal.”

Headshot of Emily OrlerEmily Orler

Current Job: Environmental Protection Specialist at the U.S. Department of Energy
Future Job: Associate, Arnold & Porter (Washington DC)

“Attending Georgetown Law’s Evening Program allowed me to continue building and transitioning my career while developing new skills.

I also had the unique opportunity to learn in a collaborative environment with peers from diverse professional and academic backgrounds.”

Headshot of Andrew WarnerAndrew Warner

Current Job: Trial Attorney, Commercial Litigation Branch, U.S. Department of Justice
Previous Jobs: Law Clerk, Judge Deborah Chasanow, U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland; Reader, Judge David Tatel, U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit (during law school)

“I came to law school because I wanted to be a high-level government litigator. In the evening program at Georgetown Law, I was able to get a degree from an elite school and legal experience at the same time, and achieved my goal of joining the Department of Justice through the Honors Program.

I also loved my Georgetown classmates from both the evening and the day programs, and ultimately got involved in a number of extracurricular activities – a law journal, student government, the public interest fellows program – in addition to my classes.”

Headshot of Crystal WeeksCrystal L. Weeks

Former Jobs (during law school): Analyst, BAE Systems; Law Clerk, House Intelligence Committee
Current Job: Judicial Law Clerk

“I credit the Georgetown Law Evening Program for allowing me to get the full law school experience while also having the flexibility to start a family and complete work in my previous career.

While enrolled in the Evening Program, I worked as an intelligence analyst for the Department of Defense at the Pentagon, and later as a part-time law clerk for the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

I was also able to fully participate in extra-curricular activities, including serving as a Legal Research and Writing Law Fellow, a member of the Appellate Advocacy team, and an editor on the Georgetown Law Journal.”