Scholars, Fellowships & Mentor Programs
The Global Law Scholars Program (GLS) prepares students for transnational practice in which they regularly encounter problems that involve more than one legal system. The aim is to combine language skills and cultural familiarity with rigorous and directed legal training so that Scholars are ready to practice in the global legal environment of the 21st century. Approximately 20 Scholars are selected each year.
Public Interest Fellows
The Public Interest Fellows is a comprehensive program for students wishing to pursue a public interest track through law school and a public interest career. The program provides supplemental and focused career development support through OPICS, sets curricular guidelines, and fosters a sense of community among the participants. Applications for the Public Interest Fellows Program are available on the Admitted Students website between June and August before students matriculate at Georgetown
The Blume Public Interest Scholars program provides three-year full tuition scholarships and other professional and academic support to selected incoming Georgetown students dedicated to practicing law in the public interest. Blume Scholars are also matched with faculty advisors and attorney mentors who practice in their field of interest. Up to ten Blume Scholars are chosen each year.
The Business Law Scholars Program is designed to help students gain extensive practical experience to better prepare for a career in corporate law, starting a business, or becoming a partner in a law practice.
The Transfer Student Peer Mentor Program provides additional support and resources for new J.D. transfer students.
Georgetown Law’s Tech Law & Policy Scholars program, launched in September 2017, formally recognizes students’ deep focus in the field.
Tech Scholars participate in two year-long seminars in their 1L and 2L years.