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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 2017-18.
Number of students who participate in 17 different clinics.
POSTED 12.7.2018Former FTC Commissioner Terrell McSweeny (L'04) Joins Georgetown Law’s Tech Institute
Former FTC Commissioner Terrell McSweeny (L’04) speaks at the launch of Georgetown Law’s Institute for Technology Law & Policy in November 2016. McSweeny now joins the Institute as a Distinguished Fellow.Read More
POSTED 12.5.2018Georgetown Law's IIEL Hosts “Reimagining Taxation”
Chip Harter, Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Tax Affairs at the U.S. Treasury, speaks at "Reimagining Taxation in the Age of Digital Disruption" cosponsored by the Institute of International Economic Law on December 3.Read More
POSTED 11.30.2018Georgetown Law, Department of Justice Co-Host “Cybercrime 2020: Revisiting the Future of Online Crime and Investigations”
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein speaks at "Cybercrime 2020: Revisiting the Future of Online Crime and Investigations" on November 29.Read more
POSTED 11.28.2018Professor from Practice Jennifer Hillman Testifies Before Congress on the Need for a Stronger WTO
Georgetown Law Professor from Practice Jennifer Hillman testified on Nov. 27.Read more
"Between November 2016 and October 2018, more than 130 government officials were publicly accused of sexual harassment or assault." Continue Reading
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The Kansas City Chiefs release one of their star players, but only after TMZ releases a video of him kicking a woman. Is the NFL still fumbling the ball on domestic violence? Continue Reading
The road from the Mississippi Delta to Washington, D.C., is about 1,000 miles. For Ty Pinkins (L'20), the journey took nearly 40 years. Now, through a nonprofit he founded before coming to Georgetown Law, Pinkins is working to give underserved teens a chance to see their government at work.Continue Reading
If perseverance was a law school class, Hargur Jaggi could develop the syllabus. This summer, he was appointed to his first judicial post, as an Additional District & Session Judge, in India. It’s no exaggeration to say that Jaggi climbed mountains — literal and figurative — to get there.Continue Reading
70 years ago this month, the UNGA adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a milestone document that establishes the equal dignity and worth of every person. Professor Larry Gostin explains the immense positive impact that the UDHR has had on humanity, and why it's more important than ever to protect it.Watch video