[Question] Georgetown (GULC) Transfer Certification Form

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[Question] Georgetown (GULC) Transfer Certification Form

Post by Anonymous User » Fri May 01, 2020 11:41 pm

This is a question for those who applied to GULC's transfer cycle

On the GULC's Transfer Certification Form, it says:
TO BE COMPLETED BY A COLLEGE/LAW SCHOOL OFFICIAL WITH ACCESS TO THE SCHOOL’S OFFICIAL RECORDS
Please affix university stamp or seal to this form and return to Georgetown University Law Center at the address above
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Question 1: Who did you ask at your school to fill this out?
Question 2: Considering that pretty much all law schools are closed, did your law school official affix a "university stamp or seal"?
Question 3: Can this be emailed to GULC Admission Committee or does it have to be mailed in an envelope?

Thanks so much to anyone who can answer!

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Re: [Question] Georgetown (GULC) Transfer Certification Form

Post by 654321 » Sat May 02, 2020 6:08 pm

I did a letter of good standing in lieu of the transfer certification form - it just seemed easier to me and they allow that substitution. I emailed a request to the Registrar's office (that's who gives the letters at my school, check for yours) and then they emailed the form to the lawspecialprograms email at GULC. Hope that helps!

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