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Juvenile Justice Clinic Celebration
Juvenile Justice Clinic Celebrates Mlyniec, Henning and an Anniversary
One hundred and seventy alumni and friends of the Juvenile Justice Clinic returned to Georgetown Law to celebrate a long-awaited "40-ish" anniversary of the clinic, which launched during the 1973-1974 academic year.
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Supreme Court Institute Honors Five Federal Judges
Supreme Court Institute Honors Five Federal Judges
The fact that Georgetown Law’s Supreme Court Institute (SCI) honored five sitting appeals court judges at its year-end reception was definitely something to celebrate. But the event was also a homecoming — since all five of the honorees have made significant contributions to the Institute’s success.
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FBI Director Comey
FBI Director Comey, Assistant AG Caldwell Speak on Cyber Security
Attendees at the third annual Cybersecurity Law Institute, sponsored by Georgetown Law CLE, received insights and observations on cyber risk straight from the top.
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Barristers’ Council Enjoys Another Successful Year
Barristers’ Council Enjoys Another Successful Year
The Georgetown Law student-run Barristers’ Council had a highly successful 2014-2015 season, thanks to the hard work and dedication of the executive board, division directors, alumni coaches, faculty and administrators, and of course our highly skilled competitors.
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Professor Paul Butler
The Conversation on Race Continues
Professor Paul Butler, Associate Dean Jane Aiken and Dean William M. Treanor brought members of the Law Center community together to continue the conversation on racial injustice in America.
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Judges Gather to Learn the Latest Surveillance Technologies
Judges Gather to Learn the Latest Surveillance Technologies
As lawmakers a few blocks away on Capitol Hill were voting on the USA Freedom Act — ending the bulk collection of Americans’ communications under Section 215 of the Patriot Act — 65 federal judges came to Georgetown Law to learn the latest on surveillance technologies.
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Georgetown Law Campus
Alumni Mentoring Program
Registration is open to participate in the 2015-16 Alumni Mentoring program. Alumni mentors will be matched with second and third-year students based on each student’s practice area interests and targeted geographic markets. We ask that 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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"Predicting Algae Links on Lake Erie," Marketplace, featuring Professor William Buzbee.
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"The Government’s Consumer Data Watchdog," New York Times, quoting Professor David Vladeck, LL.M.’77.
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"World Health Organization Considers Measures To Quicken Outbreak Response," NPR, interviewing Professor Lawrence Gostin.
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Alumni in the News
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"For a new American envoy, India is a homecoming," Washington Post, featuring U.S. Ambassador Richard Verma, LL.M.’98.
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"Sports opened one door, and Dennis Coleman took care of the rest," Providence Journal, featuring Dennis Coleman, L’78.
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"The man in charge of Sanders’ message," Times-Argus, featuring Jeff Weaver, L'96.
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Alumni Corner

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