Admissions & Aid

Georgetown Law combines a premier legal education with limitless opportunities for hands-on experience. You will learn from a faculty of renowned scholars and leading practitioners across a wide variety of fields, including international, tax, environmental, and health law. Your classwork will prepare you for the experiential learning that truly sets Georgetown apart — in clinics and externships that allow you to make an impact, while building your resume in the city where laws are made, Washington, D.C.

As one of the largest U.S. law schools, with more than 120 full-time professors and an extensive roster of accomplished adjunct professors from across Washington’s rich legal landscape, Georgetown Law offers the most comprehensive legal curriculum in the nation. We have all of the resources you need to work toward the career that you imagine, while providing a personalized education. Every staff member and service on our Capitol Hill campus is dedicated to helping our law students excel in the classroom and in their careers.

We’re here to help

Our commitment to providing a personalized education begins with the admissions experience. We’re here to answer any questions you may have about our school and our application process. We don’t want finances to preclude any student from attending Georgetown, so our Office of Financial Aid is available to provide assistance and counseling on loans, aid, and any other financial-related questions. Let us know how we can help you.

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Andrew Cornblatt, center, dean of admissions for Georgetown University Law Center, chats with a students between classes on campus in D.C. on Oct. 12. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)