The Supreme Court
Facts & Stats
Each year, Georgetown Law welcomes graduate students from more than 70 countries, representing approximately 300 law schools worldwide.
Supreme Court cases that were mooted at Georgetown in 2017-18.
Number of students who participate in 17 different clinics.
POSTED 5.16.2019House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (H’02) to 2019 Georgetown Law Graduates: “Know Your Power”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.)(H'02), with Ashley Nicolas (L'19) and Dean William M. Treanor, before appearing in Hart Auditorium on May 16.Read More
POSTED 5.16.2019Clare Garvie (L'15), Center on Privacy & Technology Continue Work on Police Facial Recognition
Clare Garvie (L'15), senior associate at the Center on Privacy & Technology, continues her groundbreaking work on police facial recognition practices, with new reports issued in May.Read More
POSTED 5.23.2019On the ‘Frontline’: International Alumni Battle Crimes Against Humanity
Glenna MacGregor (L’05) and Arthur Traldi (L’06), pictured, served on the prosecution team at The Hague during the war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb army leader Ratko Mladic. MacGregor and Traldi appeared in the recent PBS documentary, "The Trial of Ratko Mladic."Read more
NPR's The Takeaway
"A cynic might say, well, the president’s just doing this to further his presidential ambitions for 2020 and get Congress off its message.” Continue Reading
National Public Radio
Close to 100 percent of last year's tariffs have been paid by U.S. importers and then passed along in various degrees to U.S. customers, says Hillman. Continue Reading
Florida lawyer Natalie Khawam is representing Green Beret Sfc. Richard Stayskal in his suit against the U.S. government, and she has drafted a bill to make an exception to the doctrine that she believes has been misapplied and inappropriately expanded, allowing military personnel to sue when they are not in combat.Continue Reading
Building on its groundbreaking 2017 Girlhood Interrupted study showing that adults view black girls as more adult-like and less innocent than white girls, Georgetown Law’s Center on Poverty and Inequality released a follow-up study that finds black girls routinely experience adultification bias.Learn More