FALL 2021 EVENTS and MEETINGS

Events and meetings will be permitted on the Law Center campus, following all policies and protocols in place prior to the pandemic for hosting events and reserving space.  External guests will need to comply with the University’s public health guidelines (e.g., COVID-19 Mask Guidelines), which may include additional guest registration protocols, in effect at the time of the event. Event organizers should check the Public Health & University Operations webpage for the latest public health protocols for campus events. Regardless, event organizers should strongly encourage attendees to be fully vaccinated, and anyone with symptoms needs to stay home.

Due to the expanded academic schedule for the Fall of 2021, availability of Law Campus space will be limited.  Spaces like Hart Auditorium or Gewirz 12th floor will only be available Friday, Saturday, and Sundays for the Fall.  Common event space (Sport & Fitness Lobby) or outside space will be more available.  Most classrooms will not be available for events or meetings during the fall.  For inquiries or requests for holding events, please submit your request through this form (Law Center community only).  Catering will be allowed for events, however it is recommended to use Georgetown Catering.  Please note that all catering requests that are not paid for through grant funding must be approved, using this form.


Common Primary Uses:

  • Routine meeting in a lecture hall, classroom, or conference room
  • Host assumes responsibility for cleanup

Attendees Consist of:

  • Primarily internal members of the Law Center community– students, staff, and faculty
  • Low-profile guest speakers to a limited group of internal attendees
  • Clinic members for client meetings

Common Reservation Requirements:

  • No extensive audio visual assistance
  • No extensive facilities management assistance
  • No external catering or extensive internal catering (brown bags, pot lucks, and pizza are permissible)
  • No alcoholic beverages
  • Not for make-up class rescheduling requests