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New Mobile App Released
Want to experience a national security crisis simulation through the eyes of a J.D. student? View a TED talk by an environmental law professor? Compare the merits of the Law Center’s terrific transnational programs? There’s an app for that.
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Appellate Litigation Clinic
Appellate Litigation Clinic Wins Two Prisoners’ Rights Cases
As students in the Appellate Litigation Clinic last year, Emily Merki (L’15) and Ryan Sellinger (L’16) had to flip a coin to determine who would be the one to argue Incumaa v. Stirling in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit.
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Video Portal
Georgetown Law Launches New Video Portal
Aimed at providing an engaging video experience, check out the law school’s responsively designed video site.
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Professor Sheryll Cashin
Professor Sheryll Cashin Addresses Race and Segregation
"One thing I know from my work — and I’ve been writing about this race and class segregation all of my academic life — is the enduringness of these structures of segregation," said Cashin.
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Jesuit Law Schools Release Report on Asylum Seekers
Jesuit Law Schools Release Report on Asylum Seekers
Last January, Georgetown Law and a dozen other Jesuit law schools partnered with the Jesuit Refugee Service to study Central American child migrants in the United States and to advocate for their protection.
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Celebrating Public Interest Law
Celebrating Public Interest Law
Georgetown Law enjoyed a record year for pro bono and community service last academic year, with more than 350 students providing pro bono service to more than 50 D.C.-area organizations for a total of thousands of hours of work.
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Emily Wilson
Student Emily Wilson (L'17) Makes Her Community A Better Place
As students recovered from final exams last spring, Emily Wilson had already started her next project. The former Baltimore-based Teach for America social studies teacher planned a day of outreach where approximately 30 Georgetown Law students taught constitutional rights at Baltimore’s Academy for College and Career Exploration.
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Georgetown Law Campus
September Interview Program
Employer registration for our September Interview Program (SIP) is now open and continues until August 31! SIP is an on-campus recruitment program that provides small and mid-size firms with the flexibility to interview students throughout September, free of charge. For more information or to register for the program, please contact Kia Scipio at
Law Center in the News
"2015 Margaret Brent awardee: Emma Coleman Jordan," coverage in The ABA Journal, quoting Professor Emma Coleman Jordan.
"Raise the cap on federal student loans," an op-ed in the LA Times by Professor John R. Brooks and Jonathan D. Glater.
"Judges Must Protect Individual Liberty from Legislative Abuse," an opinion piece by Professor Randy Barnett, in The Washington Times.
Alumni in the News
"Want to hire veterans? Learn military culture, vet says," coverage in the Baltimore Sun, featuring Justin Constantine, LL.M.’14.
"Legal activist Mike Millemann has spent his career striving to provide 'access to justice'," coverage in the Baltimore Sun, quoting Mike Millemann, L’69.
"Americans need not fret over unelected government leaders," an opinion piece by Richard P. McLaughlin, L’62, LL.M.’64, Youngstown Vindicator.
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