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Each year, Georgetown Law welcomes graduate students from more than 70 countries, representing approximately 300 law schools worldwide.
Percentage of Supreme Court cases that were mooted at Georgetown in 2017-18.
Number of students who participate in 17 different clinics.
POSTED 6.8.2018Professor Shon Hopwood: On Clemency and Second Chances
The story of Professor Shon Hopwood’s astounding life journey from federal prisoner to Georgetown Law professor has been told...Read More
POSTED 6.8.2018Professor from Practice Jennifer Hillman Testifies on Addressing Chinese Market Distortions
When the 12-member U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission decided to conduct public hearings...Read More
POSTED 6.6.2018Georgetown Law Hosts “The War on Regulation: Good for Corporations, Bad for the Public”
As Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) observed — due to regulations enacted in the United States since the 1970s — a toaster with a one in five chance of burning down...Read More
POSTED 5.25.2018Center on Poverty and Inequality Launches Gender, Justice and Opportunity Initiative
The Initiative will grow the Center’s existing commitment to conducting research, engaging in advocacy and offering solutions to challenges in the lived experiences of...Read More
POSTED 5.24.2018Commencement 2018: A Brilliant Future for Georgetown Law Graduates
The rain clouds parted, the mood was jubilant and Georgetown Law’s 146th Commencement went ahead on Healy Lawn according to plan — to the delight of...Read More
One of the founding experts from pro-football's commission dealing with domestic violence is speaking out about her decision to leave and the frustration with inaction. Continue Reading
The New York Times
Protecting privacy is a civil rights issue, and it should be treated like one by Congress. Continue Reading
Professor Emeritus John G. "Jack" Murphy Jr. (LL.B.'61), who joined the Georgetown Law faculty in 1965 and taught courses ranging from Commercial Law to Federal Election Law, died May 26.Read more