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...

Leading Supreme Court Advocates Lend a Hand in Welcoming Admitted Students

Posted on January 31, 2017

 When Georgetown Law Professor Neal Katyal was preparing to argue Hamdan v. Rumsfeld before the Supreme Court more than a decade ago, he knew that Paul Clement — then the 43rd solicitor general of the United...

Experts Explore the Future of International Law

Posted on January 25, 2017

On a day when newly inaugurated President Trump began his efforts to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership and to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, two events at Georgetown Law examined the future of international...

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Professor Abbe Smith’s "Case of a Lifetime": The Final Chapter

Posted on January 19, 2017

Readers of Abbe Smith’s book Case of a Lifetime: A Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Story (Palgrave MacMillan, 2008) know the story of this Georgetown Law professor’s career-long defense of a woman imprisoned for more than 28 years....

Experts Provide a Look Ahead at “Congress, the Executive Branch and the Trump Administration”

Posted on January 19, 2017

As Washington, D.C., and the country prepares for a new administration, a panel of professors and other experts weighed in on what a Republican president and Congress could mean for the Affordable Care Act, Supreme Court...

Two Georgetown Law Alumni Serving as Supreme Court Clerks

Posted on December 22, 2016

Two graduates of Georgetown Law’s Evening Program, Betsy Henthorne (L’14) and Tiffany Wright (L’13), are clerking on the Supreme Court during the October 2016 Term. Henthorne is a clerk for Justice Elena Kagan; Wright is a...