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Reunion 2015 Honors Alumni Awardees
Reunion 2015 Honors Alumni Awardees with Special Guest
"Reunion weekend is a celebration of the rich past of Georgetown Law and the lifelong friendships that you formed here as students," Dean Treanor said to a crowd of alumni gathered at the National Building Museum for this year’s Reunion gala.
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Voting Rights Institute
Georgetown Law, American Constitution Society and Campaign Legal Center Establish Voting Rights Institute
"The motto at Georgetown Law is, ’Law is but the means, justice is the end,’" Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor said at the launch event. "That’s a commitment in our core, and nowhere is the need for justice greater than when it comes to protecting and preserving our most important right, the right to vote."
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Two New Dual Degrees
HEC Paris and Georgetown Law Combine to Offer Two New Dual Degrees
Beginning in 2016, HEC Paris and Georgetown Law will offer two new dual-degree programs. The Master of Business Administration/Master of Laws (MBA/LL.M.) and the Grande Ecole Master in Management/Master of Laws (MiM/LL.M.) will be open for application in the spring of 2016 with the first classes to begin in September.
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Fall Alumni Magazine
Fall Alumni Magazine Is Now Online
Read about the new D.C. Affordable Law Firm, the Juvenile Justice Clinic’s 40th anniversary celebration, Opportunity Scholarships and more.
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Girls Learn Code — at Georgetown Law
Video: Georgetown Law & MIT Privacy Practicum Course
In the spring of 2015, Georgetown Law and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology joined to offer a one-of-a-kind course that challenged law and engineering students to work together to draft better privacy laws.
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Supreme Court Briefing
Supreme Court Briefing Explores Big Cases of New Term
At the Supreme Court Institute’s annual press briefing, experts from the Georgetown Law faculty and the private bar explored the big cases on the Supreme Court’s argument docket and those on the horizon.
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Debating the Future of Encryption Technology
Debating the Future of Encryption Technology
"We may be fast approaching the day in which it will be virtually impossible to encrypt most data shared online and across communications facilities," said Dean William M. Treanor, kicking off a debate about the future of encryption technology hosted at the Law Center.
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Global Antitrust Enforcement Symposium
Baer and Ramirez Headline Global Antitrust Enforcement Symposium
The ninth annual Global Antitrust Enforcement Symposium — hosted by Georgetown Law’s Academic Conferences and Continuing Legal Education — helped more than 300 practitioners keep abreast of the latest developments in competition law and policy.
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OCS table talk program
"World of Choice" table talk program
A reminder that registration is open for the "World of Choices" table talk program, hosted by the Office of Career Services on November 18. During this program, 1L students have the chance to interact with practitioners across practice areas, allowing them to explore the opportunities available with a law degree. This is one of the first opportunities for alumni to meet our newest students.
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Law Center in the News
"The Best Law Schools For Career Prospects 2016," coverage by Forbes, listing the Law Center.
"Why FOIA’s speed clause is broken," coverage by Columbia Journalism Review, written by Associate Professor of Legal Research and Writing Erin Carroll.
"The Fourth Amendment and cybersecurity," coverage by Columbia Daily Tribune, featuring Professor Laura Donohue.
Alumni in the News
"103-year-old to receive Distinguished Eagle Scout Award (video)," coverage in the Greensboro News & Record, featuring Dick Douglas, C’32, MA’33, L’36.
"Lawyers team up on new small business practice," coverage in Business Den, featuring Tom Werge, L’10.
"An interview with David Mao," coverage by American Libraries, featuring David Mao, L’93.
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