George Washington LL.M. programs

George Washington LL.M. programs

  • Part-time, Full-time, Initial education
  • Business Law , Environmental and Energy Law, Finance, Banking, General law, Intellectual property, Public Law , Resolution
  • The United States
  • Responsable(s) de la formation : Scott Pagel
    Contact administratif
    Adresse : Washington, District of Columbia, États-Unis d'Amérique

    Student organizations

    Students at GW Law are active and involved members of their academic community. Over the years, they have established a number of organizations that reflect their diverse interests and concerns. These organizations play an important role beyond that of fostering camaraderie.

    By sponsoring speakers and panel discussions and encouraging dialogue on a wide variety of legal issues, the activities of the Law School's student organizations have become an important extension of the curriculum. Through these organizations, students also make significant contributions to the Washington, DC-area community.

    Here is the list of student organizations.

    The First Law School in the Capital City

    With a history of more than 145 years in the heart of Washington, D.C., life at The George Washington University Law School is inextricably linked to the life of its surrounding community.

    Our campus is only four blocks from the White House, and within easy reach of the World Bank, Department of Justice, Department of State, federal and local courts, and countless nonprofit and nongovernmental organizations. GW Law students have unmatched opportunities to learn from expert faculty and distinguished visitors and to pursue internships, clerkships, and employment, all while enjoying the city's vibrant culture, nightlife and dining.

    Our housing site is designed to help introduce you to living in Washington, D.C., and to provide information about the different housing options available to GW Law students, including: on-campus housing, off-campus housing, and temporary housing.