Georgetown Hosting Online Info Session on December 3

Event provides introduction to federalism and US law, as well as LL.M. admissions info

Georgetown University Law Center will be hosting an online information session on December 3 (12pm EST) about its Two-Year LL.M. Program with a Certificate in Legal English. 

The webinar will be led by Georgetown Professor Craig Hoffman, and will provide a quick introduction to Federalism and the underlying structure of the US legal system. 

Also attending the webinar will be Associate Director of Graduate Admissions, Justin Swinsick, who will be available to answer any questions regarding the admissions process at Georgetown.

Interested prospective students can register here. For more information about the LL.M. programs at Georgetown, please visit the program website or their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.


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