July 2 – August 1, 2017
Georgetown University Law Center presents an exciting opportunity to study law this summer in London. This 4½-week summer law program offers internationally-focused courses taught by distinguished professors. The program will include a speaker series and organized visits to legal landmarks such as the Royal Courts of Justice and The Inns of Court. Enrollment is limited to ensure small class sizes. The program is organized in cooperation with King’s College London.
Georgetown Law’s London Summer Program opens Sunday, July 2 with a mandatory orientation and welcoming program for students and faculty. Classes begin Monday, July 3 and will continue for four weeks, ending Friday, July 28. Classes will meet every week day with the exception of Friday, July 21. (A detailed program schedule will be provided to admitted students.) Daily attendance and preparation for classes are required. Final examinations will be held on Monday, July 31 and Tuesday, August 1. All exams are handwritten.
The application fee is $40 and is non-refundable. Tuition for the London Summer Program is $5,000. There is also a $300 Activities Fee. The fee for program housing will be $2,150. Students are responsible for making, and paying for, their own travel arrangements and for obtaining their textbooks prior to departure for London.
The program has reserved a limited amount of rooms at Chapter King’s Cross Student Accommodation, from Friday, June 30 to Friday, August 4, 2017. The facilities are located on Pentonville Road in King’s Cross and are within walking distance of King’s Cross Underground station, as well as many bus stops. Swan House is approximately a 20-30 minute walk from the residence, and public transportation is also available. The most convenient route to King’s College Strand Campus is via the Underground or bus and takes about 30-35 minutes. All rooms are singles and have private baths and small kitchenette facilities.
Students who want program housing should deposit as early as possible in order to secure a space, as housing is limited and available rooms are assigned on a first come, first served basis as deposits are received.