Former President Bill Clinton, former Secretary of State/Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg onstage in Hart Auditorium on October 30.
Office of Special Events
The Office of Special Events at Georgetown Law works with Law Center administration, faculty, alumni, staff and members of the public to develop, plan, and execute several hundred events each year. The team provides an array of services including client consultation, vendor contract management, event conceptualization, detailed planning, logistics, and on-site management.
Currently only accepting requests for Virtual Events. For more information, please see our Virtual Events Page.
We are here to assist you through each step, including design elements, managing registration, inviting media when appropriate, captioning, and technical support. Please submit your request here as the first step in planning your virtual event. Learn more about hosting a virtual event.
For All Academic Events that are not initiated by a Center or Institute, please contact the Office of Special Events at 202-662-9505 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Office of Special Events will help guide you through entire event process from start to finish. More information can be found below in the Faculty Event Guide.
Student Organization Events
All Student Events Requests must be submitted to the Office of Student Life for Approval. For more information, please refer to the Student Organizations Resource and Policies Page.
Meet the Team
A large amount of work goes into properly planning and executing events for the university. Meet our amazing team that is involved with events.
Student organizations and Georgetown Law Center departments can reserve space throughout the Law Center campus. More information regarding space reservations can be found here.
External Group Space Rental
Due to the high volume of events and programs managed at Georgetown Law, we are currently not accepting requests from outside organizations. Please see below for our policies and inquiry form regarding external group space rental at the Law Center.
Georgetown Law does things right — including a record-breaking Reunion Weekend 2019 with more than 2000 alumni, faculty, staff, and guests attending from around the world. Among the highlights during the three days of festivities October 18 to 20 was the annual Reunion Gala at the National Building Museum, where five alumni were honored for their contributions to the community and to Georgetown Law.
In an academic lecture on events surrounding the 1787 drafting of the U.S. Constitution, Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor showed the Law Center community how much he enjoys scholarship and teaching — in addition to serving as the school’s 16th dean.