The Juris Doctor (JD) degree is the first degree in law.
For those who have already earned a JD, the Master of Laws (LLM) is offered as both a general program and in a number of specialized areas.
The Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) degree is a highly specialized, research-oriented program.
GW Law offers joint degree programs with four other schools of the George Washington University for both JD and LLM candidates.
GW's Master of Science in Government Contracts (MSGC) program is unique in the world, blending the study of government procurement law and policy with a core business curriculum.
The degree of Master of Studies in Law in Intellectual Property Law (MSL-IP) is designed for non-lawyer candidates who seek to obtain a deeper understanding of intellectual property law.