Georgetown Closing LL.M. Application Process Today

No applicants for 2006-2007 accepted after July 15

The Graduate Admissions Committee at Georgetown Law School in Washington D.C. is no longer accepting applications for the LL.M. program from international applicants for the 2006-2007 academic year, and it will only take applications from US-educated applicants until today.

For more information, please visit the Georgetown Law website.


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