Georgetown Announces National Security Law LL.M. Program

New, one-year program will begin in Fall 2011

Georgetown University Law Center (GULC) has announced that it will offer a new LL.M. program in National Security Law beginning in Fall 2011. The one-year program will include a graduate seminar (proseminar) and coursework on the specialized topic.

The new program will involve faculty and experts associated with the school's Human Rights Institute, as well as the Georgetown Center on National Security and the Law, which focuses on topics like state secrets privilege, emerging technologies, biological weapons and quarantine law, security clearances, habeas corpus, cybersecurity, military ethics, and civilian-military relations.

The application deadline for Georgetown LL.M. programs for US-trained attorneys is January 7; for foreign-trained attorneys, February 1, 2011.

For more information, please visit the program website.


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