Securities & Financial Law Certificate
There's no better place to study securities and financial regulation than Georgetown Law. Our campus is within walking distance of the SEC, the Federal Courts, and the Capitol. We are a short Metro ride to the other Federal regulatory agencies and the nation’s best law firms. Our faculty are experts in their fields and work at major firms or financial regulatory agencies.
The Certificate in Securities & Financial Law provides experienced lawyers with the opportunity to focus on securities and financial law, and it offers lawyers who are just starting their careers a window into this dynamic area of law. Students earn ten credits selected from the Securities & Financial Law curriculum.
U.S.-trained lawyers can earn the certificate in conjunction with the International Business & Economic Law LL.M. degree, or on a standalone basis.
For foreign-trained lawyers, the Certificate in Securities & Financial Law allows students to have a concentration in this area of law, within either the General LL.M. or the International Business & Economic Law LL.M., and also gain exposure to U.S. law and/or business law more broadly.