"Overseas lawyers need to swiftly become comfortable with listening, speaking, reading and writing in English," coverage in LLM Guide, June 10, 2020, featuring Caryn Voland, Assistant Dean for Graduate Admissions.
B.A., Princeton University; J.D., University of Virginia
Caryn Voland is Assistant Dean for Graduate Admissions at Georgetown Law, and oversees admissions to the LL.M. and S.J.D. programs. Previously, as Assistant Dean for Graduate & International Programs, she served as the academic advisor for the majority of foreign-trained students in the LL.M. program. Prior to coming to Georgetown, Ms. Voland worked for an organization called IRIS at the University of Maryland, which did research and technical assistance related to the legal environment for economic growth in developing countries. She was also an associate in the litigation department of Goodwin Procter in Boston, and worked on a variety of cases dealing with issues ranging from securities fraud to local zoning laws. Dean Voland earned a B.A. in Public and International Affairs, with Certificates in Russian Studies and Environmental Studies, from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University. She received her J.D. from the University of Virginia.