Georgetown Law accepts J.D. Regular and Early Decision applications to begin in the fall only. Applicants may apply Regular Decision or Early Decision (Binding).
Georgetown Law is not currently accepting applications for Fall 2013 admission. We will begin accepting applications for Fall 2013 admission on September 15, 2012. Because of the large number of applications we receive and our rolling admissions system, it is to your advantage to complete your application as early as possible in the application cycle. Please note that applications will not be reviewed unless all required documentation has been received (please see application requirements).
Application Deadlines for Fall 2013 Admission
September 15, 2012: First day J.D. Regular and Early Decision applications accepted for Fall 2013
March 1, 2013: J.D. Regular and Early Decision Deadline
Please refer to the left-hand navigation for more information about the Early Decision Timeline and Regular Decision Timeline.
Applicants to the J.D. Full-Time Division, Part-Time Division or Both must submit the following:
- Application Form;
- Application Fee (unless waived);
- Transcript from each college or university attended;
- LSAT from or after June 2008;
- One letter of recommendation or evaluation;
- Personal statement; and
- Conduct explanation (if applicable)
Applicants to the J.D. Full-Time Division, Part-Time Division or Both may also submit the following:
- Optional Diversity Statement and/or
- ONE of five optional responses
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Is the part-time degree the same as the full-time degree?
Yes. Aside from the number of credits and time of the courses (evening), part-time students receive the same opportunities to pursue clinics, journals and moot court.
Are the professors who teach part-time courses the same as those that teach full-time?
Yes. Full-time faculty rotate and teach both full-time and part-time courses.
Is it harder to schedule all the classes you want to take because the offerings are more limited in the evening?
No. Generally, Georgetown tries to offer the same courses during the day and evening.
Do prospective employers favor full-time students over part-time students?
No. Employers do not distinguish between full-time and part-time students. However, fewer part-time students elect to participate in the summer associate program because of their work commitments.
May part-time students participate in journals, moot court and clinics?
Yes. All Georgetown Law J.D. students are eligible.
May I transfer to the full-time program?
Students will be permitted to transfer from the part-time to the full-time program only in cases of a demonstrated significant change in circumstances. Under the current policy, the ability to switch programs once you start is by no means guaranteed and is determined on a case-by-case basis. Please see the Georgetown Law Bulletin for additional information.
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