In today’s legal landscape, the well-trained lawyer needs to understand the ways that technology and law increasingly intersect — and be comfortable with the digital tools that are shaping twenty-first century practice.
At Georgetown Law, we are integrating deep, hands-on technological instruction with a traditional technology law curriculum. Core courses provide a rigorous grounding in privacy, intellectual property, cybersecurity and antitrust law.
Our advanced courses and seminars — taught by full-time faculty and adjunct faculty who are leaders in their fields — range from Advertising Law, to International Trade and Public Health, to the Law of Robots and Music Law.
OUR TECH CURRICULUM IN THE NEWS
Washington Post, "Government lawyers don’t understand the Internet. That’s a problem." - September 23, 2016
ABA Journal, "Does learning to code make you a better lawyer?" - September 1, 2016
Above, Professor Tanina Rostain addresses students and judges at Georgetown's Iron Tech Lawyer Competition. Photo courtesy Jeffrey Macmillan.