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Supreme Court Justice Alito Speaks to 3L Class
As an assistant to the solicitor general in the 1980s, now-U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. found arguing cases in front of the Supreme Court "a tremendous thrill." Though oral arguments were nerve-wracking at first, the very first question he fielded, from Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, put him quickly at ease.
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Paul Clement
Verrilli, Clement Headline the Corporate Counsel Institute
Every March, as Georgetown Law students leave for spring break, a new and very different group of students arrives on campus. They represent leading corporations and law firms across the country.
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Juliette Pryor
Juliette Pryor and Chang Oh Turkmani Receive 2016 Alumnae Awards
"Georgetown has had a big impact on my life,..." said Pryor, now the executive vice president, general counsel and chief compliance officer for US Foods. "Just having a woman’s voice [in] the front of classroom and being inspiring, that was impactful."
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Professor Chris Brummer
Professor Chris Brummer Nominated to U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission
The White House announced that President Barack Obama has nominated Georgetown Law Professor Chris Brummer to the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
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Wendy Williams
Georgetown Law Professors Williams and Hartnett Embark Upon Justice Ginsburg Project
Simon and Schuster today announced plans to publish the first collection of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s writings and speeches. Ginsburg will be assisted in this project by her authorized biographers, Georgetown Law Professor Emerita Wendy W. Williams and Adjunct Professor Mary Hartnett.
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John D. Greenwald
Cassidy Levy Kent Creates John D. Greenwald Memorial Endowment
Georgetown Law has received a $300,000 gift from the law firm Cassidy Levy Kent in memory of the firm’s partner John D. Greenwald, who passed away last year. The John D. Greenwald Memorial Endowment will support student writing awards and an annual lecture on international trade law.
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Georgetown Law Reunion Weekend Volunteers
Class Committee volunteers are needed for the upcoming Reunion Weekend on October 21-23, 2016. If you are a member of the classes of 1966, 1971, 1976, 1981, 1986, 1991, 1996, 2001, 2006 or 2011, your ideas, energy, and outreach are needed. To join, please contact the Office of Alumni Affairs at
Spring Interview Program
Registration is open for the Georgetown Law Spring Interview Program. SIP is a pre-screened interview program, free of charge, that will be held from February 1 - April 8, 2016. Employers may register via e-mail by sending contact information and hiring criteria to Sabrina James, manager of legal recruitment. For more information about SIP, please contact Kia Scipio (, associate director of small and medium firm initiatives.
Law Center in the News
"Why a Push for Online Privacy Is Bogged Down in Washington," coverage by The New York Times, quoting Professor David Vladeck.
"The Future of Putin’s Russia and the Syria Dilemma," a Foreign Policy podcast, featuring Professor Rosa Brooks.
"What Liberals Can Learn From the NRA," an op-ed in the New York Times, by Professor David Cole.
Alumni in the News
"College students on spring break help Clay County Habitat for Humanity," coverage in the Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville), quoting Neil Sircar and featuring Georgetown Law Center students.
"The SEC’s New Co-Chief of Asset Management Enforcement," coverage in Chief Investment Officer, featuring Anthony Kelly (L'03).
"Some college presidents seem afraid to speak out. Not this one," coverage in The Washington Post, featuring Patricia McGuire, president of Trinity Washington University.
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