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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 2018-19.
Number of students who participate in 17 different clinics.
POSTED 10.31.2019Second Annual Ginsburg Lecture Features Bill Clinton (F’68), Hillary Rodham Clinton and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Former President Bill Clinton, former Secretary of State/Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg onstage in Hart Auditorium on October 30.Read More
POSTED 11.7.2019Georgetown Journal of Poverty Law & Policy Presents “Fulfilling Olmstead: Community Living for People with Disabilities”
Professor Peter Edelman introduced the November 1 symposium.Read more
POSTED 10.29.2019Muslim Law Students Association Hosts a Conversation with Rep. Rashida Tlaib
Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor, Muslim Chaplain Imam Yahya Hendi, Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.), Hassan Ahmad (L'21), Sarah Jonny (L'21), and Tooba Hussain (L'21) onstage in Hart Auditorium.Read More
POSTED 10.28.2019Georgetown Law Celebrates Reunion Weekend 2019
New York Solicitor General Barbara Underwood (L’69, H’19) (center, with Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor), received the Robert F. Drinan, S.J., Law Alumni Public Service Award at the Reunion 2019 Gala. Devarieste Curry (L’84)(left), Beth McCann (L’74), Ann Beth Stebbins (C’86, L’94), and Donald S. Burris (L’69)(right), were each honored with the Paul R. Dean Alumni Award.Read More
National Public Radio
President Trump has secured a record number of federal judicial nominees during his time in office. What does that mean for the American public? Continue Reading
The Washington Post
"They were silent as Trump trampled on political traditions, ethical norms and U.S. laws, and they stayed silent as the president they served insulted and discarded them."
Georgetown students, congressional staffers, and advocates learned about efforts on a broad range of issues pertinent to Indian Country including homeland security, disaster and emergency response, border crossing and financial sovereignty.Continue Reading
What role has race and ethnicity played in justifying surveillance? How has technology normalized and propagated this surveillance? How are local communities, advocates, and artists responding to these challenges? The Color of Surveillance addresses these questions, elevating the voices of working people, labor advocates, artists, and historians.Learn More