International Legal Studies LL.M. and General Studies LL.M. (for students educated outside the U.S.)
Each year Georgetown Law Center provides Master of Laws degree programs for more than 100 students who received their legal training outside the United States. Their varied professional and personal experiences add to an intellectual cultural diversity we are proud to have at Georgetown. There is a strong interest in international and comparative law throughout the faculty and student body at the Law Center. Georgetown's graduate program in international law is one of the largest in the U.S. and most of our American J.D. students also take courses in international law. A large number of the faculty teach international law or include comparative elements in their teaching. Each year we welcome visiting faculty from throughout the world, both as research scholars and as members of the teaching faculty. The foreign lawyer is truly at the center of an international community.
Please note that all admissions criteria are contained in the admissions materials that can be accessed on the Graduate Admissions page.