Daniel Tsai, L‘79, has made a record $30 million gift to support the construction of a much needed, 200,000-square-foot academic building on the Georgetown Law campus. It is the largest gift for facilities in the university's history. Legendary architect I.M. Pei's firm has designed the building to be ecologically friendly. It will include 16 state-of-the-art classrooms, a suite housing the nation's top clinical education program, a 75-seat moot courtroom for students to practice arguments, areas for collaborative study and work, and convening spaces from which guests can view the U.S. Capitol building.
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The Campaign for the New Building
Georgetown Law’s new, 200,000-square-foot building will meet a pressing need for additional academic space on campus. Designed by the late I.M. Pei’s firm, the new building will give the city a new architectural landmark, provide the neighborhood with an inviting new front door to campus, and offer students, faculty, and guests inspiring views of the U.S Capitol building and the city.
To learn more and to view videos and renderings of the building’s design, please visit the New Law Building Website.
Make a gift — make a difference
Support from alumni and friends like you ensures that Georgetown Law students can continue receiving the highest quality legal education, here in the nation’s capital.
As a donor, you may choose to support the new academic building, or another area of your choice. Options include financial aid, faculty support and retention, clinics, journals, student groups, and Georgetown Law’s esteemed Centers and Institutes.
To help build our shared future, to expand opportunities for students, and to show your Georgetown Law pride, please —