|Restrictions:||Georgetown Law applicants only|
The Law Center permits students to apply to study abroad for a semester or summer on an “ad hoc” basis by enrolling directly in an overseas law program approved by the Office of Transnational Programs. Such ad hoc programs are generally not permitted in countries where the Law Center has already established a study abroad program. Ad hoc study abroad is permitted during either semester, but 3L students who do so during the spring must assume the risk that scheduling conflicts or unforeseen administrative delays at the host school will prevent them participating in Commencement, graduating with their class, and/or being able to meet certain bar registration deadlines.
Other special procedures, rules and credit limits apply as outlined on our website at http://www.law.georgetown.edu/academics/academic-programs/transnational-programs/study-abroad/Ad_Hoc/index.cfm.
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