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Tax Scholars Join Georgetown Law Faculty
Tax Scholars Join Georgetown Law Faculty
Georgetown Law is pleased to announce that tax scholars Lilian V. Faulhaber and Brian Galle will be joining the Law Center faculty next year.
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Professor Emma Coleman Jordan
Professor Emma Coleman Jordan to be Honored by American Bar Association
Professor Jordan has been selected as a 2015 recipient of the American Bar Association’s Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award.
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David Luban
Professor David Luban Receives PROSE Award from American Publishers Association
The American Publishers Association has honored Professor Luban with its 2015 PROSE Award for Professional and Scholarly Excellence in Philosophy for Torture, Power and Law.
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Harrison Institute
Georgetown Law Offers Two New Graduate Programs Online
The Executive Master of Laws (LL.M.) in securities & financial regulation will be the first online degree in that field of law. In addition, Georgetown will begin its new Master of Studies in Law (MSL) program for non-attorney tax professionals. Applications for both programs are being accepted now.
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Women's Forum
Two Alumnae Honored at the 23rd-Annual Women’s Forum
Alumnae of diverse backgrounds, careers and aspirations gathered at the Women’s Forum to share and build upon their experiences in the legal profession.
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Symposium Explores Public-Private Partnerships
Symposium Explores Public-Private Partnerships
Most of the challenges we have as a nation can be overcome when Republicans and Democrats work together, said Congressman John Delaney (L’88), speaking at Georgetown Law’s Public-Private Partnership Symposium.
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Georgetown Law Wins LL.M. Arbitration Moot Competition
Georgetown Law Wins LL.M. Arbitration Moot Competition
Georgetown Law took home the top honors at the 2015 LL.M. International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition.
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Poverty Journal Symposium Highlights Access to Justice
Poverty Journal Symposium Highlights Access to Justice
Jim Sandman, president of the Legal Services Corporation, reported that the state of access to justice across the nation has become nothing short of dire.
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Georgetown Climate Center Releases Case Studies on Transportation Infrastructure
Georgetown Climate Center Releases Case Studies on Transportation Infrastructure
The Georgetown Climate Center has released 100 case studies that demonstrate how leaders are responding to the growing threats that climate change impacts pose to America’s roads, airports, transit systems, and infrastructure.
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Neal Katyal
Professor Neal Katyal Makes Acting Debut on House of Cards
"With my first-rate colleagues and the Supreme Court Institute, I always thought the moots were the next best thing to the real [Court]," says Katyal, who appears as a Supreme Court advocate in the newly released third season of House of Cards.
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Angela Campbell
Protecting Children’s Privacy is Not Just Fun and Games
It’s not often that a student gets to officially play with a kids’-themed mobile app in a class, let alone a clinic. But the clinic was the Institute for Public Representation.
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Georgetown Law Campus
Georgetown Law and Food and Drug Law Institute Co-Publish Food and Drug Law Journal
Georgetown Law and the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI) have partnered to co-publish the Food and Drug Law Journal. The first issue to be jointly produced was the February 2015 publication.
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Law Center in the News
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"We are citizens, not mere physical masses of data for harvesting," coverage in The Guardian, featuring Professor Julie Cohen.
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""Corroded to its core": Why the results of the Senate torture report are even worse than we thought," a piece by Professor David Cole in Salon.
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"How can Ferguson law enforcement break a pattern of bias?," Professor Paul Butler and Justin Hansford, L’07 were guests on PBS NewsHour.
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Alumni in the News
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"Keep Calm and Practice Law: Mindfulness in the Legal Profession," coverage in the DC Bar Magazine, featuring student Andrew Whitman, L’16, head of the Contemplative Law Society and Chaplain Michael Goldman, L’69.
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"PGA of America CEO Pete Bevacqua Is the Game’s New Power Broker," Golf Magazine, featuring Pete Bevacqua, L’97.
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"Dump The Lumps: The World Health Organization Says Eat Less Sugar," coverage by NPR, quoting Sarah Roache, LL.M.’14, fellow at the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.
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