Lobby Day (Optional)
The Georgetown University Law School
600 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001
How long do you plan to stay in DC?
The main days of panel discussion are Saturday and Sunday (October 27 and 28) but we highly recommend that you also attend our optional lobby day on October 29th.
How do you plan to come to DC?
There are a variety of options for coming to DC. You can come to DC via bus in which case Megabus, Boltbus, Greyhound, and Chinatown Bus are cheap options.
You can also fly to DC. Check whether you can get a student discount for airline tickets:
“What Airlines Offer Students Discounts.”
And then check these websites to find the cheap travel flights:
“13 Secrets for Finding Cheaper Airfare”
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Student Universe (student discount flights)
Where do you want to stay when in DC?
If you would like to stay at a hostel or at a group house check out these options:
Washington Peace Center Mass Housing Resources
William Penn House on Capitol Hill Duo Housing
HI Washington, DC Hostel
DC Lofty – Convention Center
Washington DC House
International House of Washington, DC
Washington International Student Center
Capital Comfort Hospital
If you would like to stay near Reagan airport look at these options. Most hotels near the airport offer a free shuttle service between the hotel, the airport,
and the nearest metro station. Take a look at these options:
Best Western (rooms at $119-129/night excluding tax).
Hampton Inn & Suites (rooms at $214/night excluding tax).
You may also wish to stay near our venue and walk to the symposium.
Washington Court Hotel (3-5 min walk)
Phoenix Park Hotel (3-5 min walk)
The Liaison Capitol Hill (3-5 min walk)
Hampton Inn Washington-Downtown-Convention Center (10-15 min walk)
Pod DC Hotel (10-15 min walk)