Current college juniors enrolled at Georgetown University are eligible to apply for early admission to the Law Center. Students in all majors are encouraged to apply.

Application Requirements

Application Form

Early Assurance applicants must submit our paper application form via mail. We will begin accepting applications on February 1, 2019. The application deadline is April 10, 2019.

Application Fee

A nonrefundable $85 fee must be submitted at the time you apply via check or money order.


Your resume should describe your work experience, extracurricular or volunteer activities, academic institutions attended, and any academic honors or awards. There is no page limit, though we recommend a one to two page resume.

Official Transcript

Applicants must submit a transcript from each college or university attended. Applicants must have at least five semesters of undergraduate grades to be eligible to apply to the Early Assurance Program.

Letter of Recommendation

Georgetown Law requires only one letter of recommendation, but additional letters or evaluations are welcome. If at all possible, the letter of recommendation should come from a professor who is able to speak to your academic work.

Personal Statement

Georgetown Law does not have a minimum or maximum length for the personal statement, though we recommend around two pages double-spaced. You can write your personal statement on any subject that will enable the Admissions Committee to get to know you.

Early Assurance Dean's Certification Form

Applicants should complete the top portion of the form. The bottom portion of the form should be completed by the appropriate university official. The form should be sent directly to our office from the university official’s office. Forms sent directly by an applicant will not be accepted.

Conduct Statement (if applicable)

If you answer “yes” to any of the conduct questions in the application, please explain fully in an attached statement.

Optional Diversity Statement

Georgetown prides itself on actively recruiting students from diverse racial, economic, educational, and ethnic backgrounds. We encourage you to attach a brief statement to help the Admissions Committee understand the contribution your personal background would make to our community.