Georgetown Law’s new Tech Law & Policy Scholars program, launching in September 2017, formally recognizes students’ deep focus in the field.
Tech Scholars participate in two year-long seminars in their 1L and 2L years. The 1L seminar exposes Scholars to key institutions and organizations that shape technology law and policy, through visitor presentations and faculty-coordinated field trips to federal agencies, Congress, the courts, or private sector and non-profit organizations. The 2L seminar takes a deep dive into current ethical, constitutional and policy issues relating to technology through bi-weekly sessions taught by members of Georgetown’s technology law faculty.
Tech Scholars are required to take one Core Course, two Advanced Courses, and four credits in Clinical or Skills-Based classes from the Technology Law curriculum. Scholars must also complete their Upperclass Legal Writing Requirement in a course related to technology law and policy.
Admission to the Tech Law & Scholars program is based on a supplemental application submitted following admission to the JD program. The application window for the Tech Scholars class entering in fall 2018 will open in spring 2018.
Learn more via the link below, or download the 2017 application here.