The final piece to Georgetown’s legal campus

Georgetown Law,
Eric E. Hotung International Law Building and Scott K. Ginsburg Sports and Fitness Center

Washington, D.C.
The building takes contextual cues from its neighbor, with a sleek steel and glass exterior that offers a dramatic counterpoint. Floor-to-ceiling glass creates light-filled interiors and a sense of openness for the two buildings, while their public spaces integrate seamlessly.
The project embodies the vision of a campus that nurtures students in mind, body, and spirit, while complementing the architectural style of the Law School campus.
The Hotung building, which brings the Law Center’s international programs under one roof, houses a unique moot courtroom replicating the US Supreme Court. The adjoining Sport and Fitness Center includes a gymnasium, racquetball courts, and swimming pool, as well as dining facilities.
The Hotung building, which brings the Law Center’s international programs under one roof, houses a unique moot courtroom replicating the US Supreme Court. The adjoining Sport and Fitness Center includes a gymnasium, racquetball courts, and swimming pool, as well as dining facilities.
These two new buildings form a quadrangle with two existing campus buildings in a design that includes a below-grade garage.