Arroyo Delivers TED Talk Vicki Arroyo (L’94), executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, delivered a TED talk about the need to prepare our homes and communities for climate change. Read more
Experts Discuss New Court Term Faculty experts previewed the new Supreme Court term at the annual Supreme Court Institute press briefing. Read more
A Preview of Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum A group of experts gathered at Georgetown Law to analyze the Supreme Court case Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum and the future of the Alien Tort Statute. Read more
National Security and the First Amendment Professor Laura Donohue led a panel discussion on national security, journalism and the First Amendment. Read more
Contraception and Conscience A symposium at the Law Center looked at the legal and theological aspects of contraceptive coverage under the Affordable Care Act. Read more
Professor Pasachoff Honored Professor Eloise Pasachoff has been selected as the recipient of the 2012 Steven S. Goldberg Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Education Law by the Education Law Association. Read more
Professor Levitin Named to Consumer Advisory Board Professor Adam Levitin has been appointed to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new Consumer Advisory Board. Read more
Alumni Admissions Interview Program Help the Office of Admissions learn more about J.D. candidates by interviewing applicants in your area. Learn more
Small Firm Resume Collect The Office of Career Services invites small, mid-sized and regional firms to participate in its Small Firm Resume Collect. Learn more
Georgetown Law Library Celebrates 125th Anniversary To celebrate its 125th anniversary, the Georgetown Law Library is hosting “Big Data and Big Challenges for Law and Legal Information,” a conference that will examine the role of information management for legal scholars and policy analysts. Read more
Law Center in the News
Professor Rebecca Tushnet is quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times story about a trademark battle between Starbucks and Starbarks, a dog daycare business.
Professor Donald Langevoort is featured in a Washington Post story about the legal battles over Dodd-Frank.
Bloomberg Businessweek profiled Barbara Jacobs (LL.M.’92), an assistant director for corporation finance at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and her role in pushing Facebook to revise its public filings before its initial public offering earlier this year.
Charlie Spies (L’98), co-founder of the nation’s largest super PAC, is profiled in the Detroit News.