Clandestine Prison Art Explored in “Art Dialogues” Series on Health and Human Rights from Georgetown Law’s O’Neil Institute

Posted on February 21, 2017

 "Dialogues On Being Human: The Intersections of Art, Health and Dignity with Artist Jesse Krimes"WHATGeorgetown Law’s O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law is exploring unique ways to make health and human rights issues more...

At the Third Annual Symposium on Careers in Corporate Law, Students Network with Alumni Leaders in the Field

Posted on February 16, 2017

Career advice to students from Visiting Professor Steve Hills, founding director of Georgetown Law’s Business Skills Program? Find your competitive advantage. Take risks. Connect with people, network. And that's just the beginning. “Follow your passion, because ultimately,...

David Mao (L’93) Named Chief of Staff, Assistant Vice President of Administration at Georgetown Law

Posted on February 16, 2017

David Mao (L’93) has taken on the newly created position of chief of staff and assistant vice president of administration at Georgetown Law. Mao joins the Law Center after 11 years at the Library of Congress,...

What Laws Govern Outer Space? Three Professors Share Their Thoughts

Posted on February 9, 2017

Interested in honeymooning in space or buying a plot of land on the moon? Thinking about mining an asteroid or taking a one-way trip to Mars?  If so, you might want to speak first to Adjunct...

GEMALaw Celebrates Tenth Anniversary

Posted on February 6, 2017

When Raquel Braun (L’10) was choosing law schools more than a decade ago, she had to decide between Georgetown Law and a school that was advertising her chief interest, sports law. She opted to go to...

Forum on the Executive Orders on Immigrants and Refugees

Posted on February 6, 2017

At a forum on February 1, Georgetown Law Professor Marty Lederman, Professor from Practice Andrew I. Schoenholtz and Professor Philip G. Schrag helped explain to the Law Center community the recent executive orders on immigrants and...