Current full-time and part-time students at ABA-accredited law schools are eligible to apply to take 8 or more credits not offered at their home law school. Both fall and spring semester and full-year visit options are available.
The Visiting Student Program is designed for law students currently enrolled at other ABA-accredited law schools who are interested in taking 8 or more credit hours of courses not offered at their home law school. Visiting students will earn credit for transfer to their degree-granting institution. Current students who are interested in taking fewer than 8 credit hours should apply for admission to the Non-Degree JD Program through the Office of the Registrar. Attorneys who wish to take courses in a particular field should apply for admission to the Non-Degree Graduate Program through the Office of the Registrar.
Georgetown Law reviews visiting student applications for both Spring and Fall semester admission. Visiting applicants are considered for the Full-time Division, the Part-time Division or “Both.” Georgetown Law’s ability to accommodate visiting students is limited, and admission is granted on a competitive, space-available basis.