Pillard Nominated to U.S. Court of Appeals for D.C. Circuit
Professor Nina Pillard has been nominated by President Barack Obama to fill one of three vacancies on the 11-member U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.
VIDEO: Year in Review
Check out some highlights from the last year at Georgetown Law.
Law Center Honors Outstanding Women Leaders
Georgetown Law will honor five highly accomplished women with the 2013 Alumnae Awards at Women’s Forum.
Supreme Court Institute Honors Solicitor General
The Georgetown Law Supreme Court Institute, which mooted 100 percent of the cases argued before the High Court during the current term, honored Solicitor General Donald B. Verrilli Jr. at its end-of-term reception.
VIDEO: Georgetown Climate Center
Learn more about the work of the Georgetown Climate Center and its efforts to help decision-makers prepare for action on climate change.
Gelpern Joins Georgetown Law Faculty
Anna Gelpern, an expert in international financial law and institutions, has joined the Law Center’s full-time faculty.
Class of 2013 Sets Participation Record
An unprecedented 82 percent of the J.D. Class of 2013 has made a gift to Georgetown Law, breaking the previous record of 56 percent participation set by the Class of 1999.
Public Interest Fellows
May saw the graduation of the first class of Public Interest Fellows, a new program created in 2010 by the Office of Public Interest and Community Service.
Join the official "Georgetown University Law Center" LinkedIn group. The Office of Career Services and the Office of Public Interest and Community Service have also created two new subgroups, the "Georgetown Law Government and Public Interest Group" and "Georgetown Law Alumni Mentors."
A New Collection Coming Soon to the Georgetown Law Library
The Georgetown Law Library is working with Law Center alumnus Carl Coan Jr. (L’58) to tell the story of his family’s efforts to bring about fair national housing policy.