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Reunion 2014

A Record-Setting Crowd For Reunion 2014
A crowd of 1,600 attended Georgetown Law’s 2014 Reunion, taking in such events as "classes without quizzes," a discussion panel on the 2014 Supreme Court term, class parties, luncheons, receptions and a gala dinner and awards presentation.
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U.S. Capitol

Georgetown Law Alumni Elected to Congress
When the 114th Congress convenes in January, it will include three new Georgetown Law alumni.
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Climate Center Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary

Climate Center Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary
"I can remember the early days of thinking about a place like this," Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy recalled at the Georgetown Climate Center’s five-year anniversary celebration.
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Professor Lawrence Solum

Professor Lawrence Solum Installed as Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Law
In his inaugural address, "The Jurisprudential Gestalt," Solum described his early desire to be a law professor and how he taught himself law by reading cases and journal articles while he was still in high school.
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Professor Deborah Epstein

Professor Deborah Epstein Named to NFLPA Commission on Violence Prevention
The newly created group has been developed to advise the NFLPA about how to deal with domestic violence and other issues facing the league; it also includes Georgetown Law alumna Kathryn Ruemmler (L’96).
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Professor David Luban

Professor David Luban Authors New Book on Torture
Does the fight against terrorism require the sacrifice of major rights? Is torture ever justified? Did lawyers twist the law to legitimize torture? Professor Luban tackles these questions and others in his new book, Torture, Power, and Law.
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Rep. Henry Waxman

Waxman Reflects on Four Decades of Health Policy
Rep. Henry Waxman sat down with Georgetown Law Professor from Practice Timothy Westmoreland, one of his former congressional staff members, to discuss his four decades as a leader in health reform.
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Eric Rosenthal

Eric Rosenthal Appointed to Drinan Chair
Georgetown Law is pleased to announce the appointment of Eric Rosenthal, L’92 to the 2015-2016 Robert F. Drinan, S.J. Chair in Human Rights.
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Experts Convene to Discuss Public-Private Partnerships

Experts Convene to Discuss Public-Private Partnerships
Following a kickoff luncheon at the White House Rural Council’s Rural Opportunity Investment Conference last summer, Georgetown Law hosted the latest in its Public-Private Partnership Symposia.
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McDonough Hall

Alumni Mentoring Program
Register now for the 2014-2015 Georgetown Law Alumni Mentoring program! Alumni mentors will be matched with second- and third-year students based on students' practice area interests and their targeted geographic markets. Mentors and mentees commit to connecting at least four times over the coming year to discuss professional and academic development.
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Law Center in the News
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"U.S. is short-sighted in Egypt," an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun, by Professor David Super.

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"The CDC Has Less Power Than You Think, and Likes it That Way," coverage in Time, featuring Professor Laura Donohue.

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"Big Data and the Underground Railroad," a piece in Slate, by Alvaro Bedoya, executive director of the Center on Privacy and Technology.

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Alumni in the News
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An obituary for former Illinois Congressman Lane Evans, L'78, appeared in The Chicago Tribune.

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"James Duff to Lead Judiciary's Administrative Office," Legal Times, quoting James Duff, L'81.
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"’Nobody Is Truly Ready’ For Rise Of Seas," coverage in The Huffington Post, featuring the Georgetown Climate Center and Jessica Grannis, L'13.

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Alumni Corner

November 20—21 Advanced eDiscovery Institute

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