Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C., is an exceptional institution in an enviable location where students learn the law in the place where laws are made. Students go to Georgetown University Law Center from all over the world to study international law, tax law, environmental or healthcare laws and also for the top-ranked clinics and practica. The Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL), founded by the late University Professor John H. Jackson, is the focal point for the study of international economic law at Georgetown University and one of the leading centers for international economic law and policy in the world. With the largest array of courses of international economic law in the country, IIEL offers students and faculty the opportunity to routinely interact with top scholars, policymakers, law firms, think tanks, and also supports the International Economic Law Practicum, which is a part of the TradeLab network.
The Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS), founded in 1919, is a premier school of international affairs. At Georgetown’s Washington, D.C., and Qatar campuses, SFS provides a rigorous education grounded in both theory and practice while instilling the Jesuit values of service. SFS undertakes education, research and service in order to advance knowledge and provide students and the community with a holistic educational experience that produces global citizens committed to the service of humankind.