Tiffany Trump Will Soon Have To Decide What Type Of Law She Wants To Study
Tiffany Trump will soon be moving to the capital of the United States this fall in order to study law at Georgetown University's critically-acclaimed law program. According to the university schedule, orientation is reported to take place on August 21 while classes will commence a short week after that. Prior to heading over to Washington D.C., Trump's youngest daughter was a graduate of University of Pennsylvania with a degree in sociology and urban studies. But what kind of law will Tiffany study at Georgetown?
At this moment, little is known about the specifics of her program but a little digging into the Georgetown law program's course guide for this fall shows that the youngest Trump sibling will get a fresh start into an array of legal subjects. She will have a chance to dive deep into American Constitutional law, a course on the Congress, a primer on federal courts and the federal administration, press ethics, policy work on health care and coverage, legal theory on gender and sexuality, immigration, law concerning tax procedures, environmental ethics on climate change, and much more.
The move to Georgetown will be a significant one for the 23-year-old who had been living in a New York City apartment gifted by her father in 2016 upon her graduation from University of Pennsylvania.
Before reports emerged of Georgetown being her next academic destination, glimpses of Tiffany had been reportedly caught on the campuses of Harvard, Columbia University, and New York University. Shortly after news of her decision to go to Georgetown became public, some students at the institution lightheartedly joked about what kind of programs and campaigns they would like for Tiffany to pursue.
Trump's youngest daughter isn't the only one to be joining the ranks of Georgetown Law's prestigious program; her older brother, Eric Trump, graduated from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown back in 2006.
The older sibling seemed to be delighted about his sister's move to head over to the capital in order to study law. In a statement to The Daily Mail, Eric expressed elation over Tiffany's decision and said, "I am so proud of Tiffany. Georgetown University is a truly amazing school and she is going to love her time in Washington, D.C."
In addition to her brother, other Georgetown Law alumni include chief strategist of Trump's campaign Paul Manafort, John Podesta of Hillary Clinton's campaign, as well as the previous chairman of the Republican National Committee, Michael Steele.