Facts about Georgetown Law School

Facts about Georgetown Law School

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Facts about Georgetown Law School

Georgetown Law School is a section of Georgetown University, a Jesuit based University. Situated near Capitol Hill in Washington D.C., Georgetown law offers students prime access to an area rich in governmental, financial, environment and other types of law matters. Within the vicinity of Georgetown law and Washington D.C., there are a number of governmental law offices, private law offices, and public facilities for law students to set up working relationships or study partnerships, in order to gain working knowledge and a cutting edge in the work of academics and law.

Degrees offered by Georgetown law are Juris Doctor (J.D), Master of Laws (LL.M), and Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D). However, there are other programs tailored to more special interest law education. For instance, there is a transnational program that allows an individual access to a number of study abroad programs and various international internships. These opportunities are beneficial for individuals who are considering working with other nations in a variety of different governmental or legal fields.

Other programs, like public interest and clinical programs are meant to give an individual hands-on experience. For those in the public interest programs, these individuals work with smaller groups on community matters and issues of public interest, often advocating for new programs or changes made to current legislation. In the clinical programs, individuals are given the opportunity to work under legal professionals, in order to learn the finer points of law, and how it is implemented in a public or government setting.

 

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