Georgetown University Law Center
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Number of Students: 2,005
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What employers are saying about Georgetown University Law Center
- "Solid legal doctrine skills that are applicable to many areas of the law. The school seems to have emphasis on policy areas of law."
- "The lawyers I've worked with from this school were sloppy and unprepared."
- "We've hired several lawyers from this school and they all have poor people skills and produce low-quality work."
- "Great writing, oral advocacy, practical skills"
About this School
The first law school founded as a Jesuit institution, the Georgetown University Law Center began with a class of 25 students. Today, it is the second-largest law school in the U.S. and has a laundry list of highly-esteemed academic programs; in particular, its clinical training programs. The school runs 19 clinical courses with around 250 student ... Read More
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