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Washington Post Highlights D.C. Affordable Law Firm
Washington Post Highlights D.C. Affordable Law Firm
"There are signs that Big Law is coming around to low-bono, recognizing a critical need to make legal services affordable to working people," say Dean William M. Treanor and Vice Dean Jane H. Aiken in the op-ed.
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Celebrating 10 Years of the WTO Academy
Celebrating 10 Years of the WTO Academy
The 10th annual Academy of WTO Law and Policy held at Georgetown Law was a tribute to the man colleagues say literally coined the name of the World Trade Organization: Georgetown Law Professor John H. Jackson, who died November 7.
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Probing the Causes of Economic Inequality
Probing the Causes of Economic Inequality
"If we are going to talk about economic inequality in our country, we have to talk about it all the way to the bottom...not just go down as far as the middle class," said Professor Peter Edelman.
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Professor Lawrence Gostin
Scholars, Officers and Activists Convene at Police/State Symposium
"Police/State: Race, Power and Control" examined the excessive reliance on criminal law throughout American society and how it disproportionately affects African Americans.
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Taxation Interview Program
Taxation Interview Program
Are you looking to hire a well-trained tax attorney? Private and public sector employers are invited to participate in our annual interview program, composed of Tax LL.M. students from Georgetown Law and NYU Law, in Washington D.C. on February 26, 2016.
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Law Center in the News
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"Law Professors Ask Congress to Delay Changes in Debt Law," coverage in The New York Times, featuring a letter to congress co-authored by Professor Adam Levitin.
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"Chicago Police Chief’s Firing And Efforts To Boost Public Trust In Police," coverage by NPR’s Diane Rehm Show, interviewing Professor Paul Butler.
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"Does the United States Have a Gun Problem or a Terrorism Problem?," a Foreign Policy podcast with Professor Rosa Brooks.
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Alumni in the News
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"IAC Places Next Bet on Digital Media," The Wall Street Journal, quoting Doug Leeds (L’96).
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"Who are the prosecutors trying to win convictions in the death of Freddie Gray?," The Washington Post, featuring Michael Schatzow, LL.M.’78.
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"DraftKings, FanDuel File Responses In Advance Of NY Daily Fantasy Sports Hearing," an opinion piece by David Yellin, L’11, in Legal Sports Report.
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