Georgetown University offers all alumni off-site access to a number of research databases, including full-text articles covering a wide range of disciplines. For access, alumni need a Georgetown University NetID and password.
Graduating students of the Law Center will continue to have off-campus access to the Law Library's full collection of online databases until the end of June after graduation.
Georgetown Law alumni also have access to services available to students:
To access electronic databases from off-campus, graduates need to use a Georgetown University NetID and password.
If you do not have a NetID, register here to receive one. If you have a NetID but forgot your password, you can reset it here. For more information about access, please follow the instructions on the Alumni Instructions for Accessing Full-text Articles webpage.
The Alumni Records Office (email@example.com; 202-687-1994) is happy to assist with password questions. Unfortunately, neither the Law Library nor the Law Center's help desk can assist with passwords.
Georgetown University offers alumni off-site access to several research databases. View the Alumni Access to Full-Text Articles page for access to all online resources provided for the Georgetown alumni community.
Some of the more popular databases include:
Need a guide to a specific research topic or technique? Need help locating a treatise? Looking for a research tutorial?
Lexis, Westlaw, and Bloomberg Law offer extended access to recent graduates for a limited period of time after graduation. Visit our Lexis, Westlaw, and Bloomberg Law webpage for more information. Please Note: Beyond these post-graduation periods, our licenses limit access to the current Georgetown Law community only.
These resources list public law libraries in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.