The George Washington University Law School offers the following degree programs in a range of areas of study and specialization: Juris Doctor (JD); Master of Laws (LLM); Master of Studies in Law (MSL); and Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD).

GW Law students are taught by world-class scholars and seasoned practitioners. With more than 275 elective courses, students can undertake a broad but in-depth exploration of the law. The school’s proximity to courts, law firms, nonprofit organizations, and governmental and international institutions provides GW Law students with opportunities for year-round externships. In addition, leading practitioners from these neighboring institutions teach in highly specialized areas of the law, including international law, environmental law, intellectual property law, and government regulation and constitutional law.

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