Georgetown Law is Closed
Closed - all classes and scheduled events are cancelled for THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 2015. Designated emergency personnel must report to work on time. Instructional Continuity is in place for the faculty members that wish to exercise it.
Early Assurance Program
An experimental program approved by the ABA in 2009, the Early Assurance Program is designed to encourage top undergraduates from Georgetown University to apply to Georgetown Law. The Early Assurance Program is designed to give a student the freedom to pursue a less conventional curriculum during his or her senior year and is non-binding.
Who May Apply
The Program is for Juniors currently enrolled at Georgetown University only. Students in all majors are encouraged to apply.
Early Assurance applicants are exempt from taking the LSAT and registering with CAS. Instead, applicants should include an official transcript with at least five semesters of undergraduate grades with their application. Early Assurance applicants must also submit one letter of recommendation and the Early Assurance Dean's Certification Form. Competitive Early Assurance applicants typically have an undergraduate GPA of at least a 3.8.
Please keep in mind that while the LSAT is not a required element for consideration to Georgetown Law through the Early Assurance Program, the LSAT is a prerequisite for applying to other law schools either as an entering first year or transfer student.
Application and Deadlines
Early Assurance applicants must download and submit the Early Assurance Application and pay a $85 non-refundable application fee by check or money order. For Georgetown Juniors hoping to matriculate in Fall 2016, your file must be complete with all required documentation (including application form and fee) by April 10, 2015.
Consumer Information and Statistics Regarding Georgetown Law's Early Assurance Program
Please click on the image below to download consumer information and statistics regarding our Early Assurance Program as a PDF (approx. 165 KB).
For additional information on the Early Assurance Program, please contact the dean of your college at Georgetown University.