M.S.L. in Government Procurement Law
George Washington University, Law School
Blended, Distance Learning, On-Campus
1 - 2 year
Full time, Part time
USD 2,450 / per credit *
Earliest start date
* program is 24 credits total
Why Get a Government Procurement Law MSL at GW Law?
The world's preeminent government contracts law program, educating successful government procurement professionals for more than 60 years, offering unparalleled opportunities to learn, conduct research and publish, broaden your professional network, and engage with practitioners, adjudicators, and policy-makers.
Located in the heart of Washington, D.C., our proximity to the hub of government procurement law and policy provides our students with unparalleled opportunities to gain practical knowledge and experience while obtaining their degree.
We have a vast alumni base comprised of leaders in the government procurement bar. The program also enjoys strong ties to policymakers, regulators, industry leaders, and scholars around the world. A GW Law degree provides our graduates with the knowledge, connections, and opportunities to become leaders in the acquisition community worldwide.
Curriculum & Faculty
Our expansive and diverse curriculum, taught by our world-renowned faculty, provides students with a richer understanding of how procurement systems operate, both in the United States and abroad, and exposes students to varying perspectives on emerging issues in the law.
Learn At Your Pace
To ensure maximum flexibility, the program can accommodate both full-time students interested in completing the degree in one year and part-time students who may wish to take one or two courses a semester or summer session, if relevant course work is offered. All enrolled students will take courses on the Foggy Bottom campus, alongside JD and LLM students, thereby benefitting from the experience of faculty, budding legal professionals, and seasoned practitioners.
For more information, please read our complete Program Guide for the M.S.L. in Government Procurement Law.