In the days since the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, many Georgetown Law professors have shared their expertise on a wide range of relevant topics: the rights, responsibilities and limitations of the various branches of government; the rise of…
In the days since the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, many Georgetown Law professors have shared their expertise on a wide range of topics.
Dear Members of the Georgetown Law Community, As events unfolded yesterday, I sent you a brief email to express my horror at the violent attack on democracy we were all witnessing, and to let you know that the students living in Gewirz and the staff…
Mia Penning (LL.M. ‘19) had long dreamed of a career in international human rights, but she was unsure how to pivot from her corporate law job to a position in public interest law.
Climate change is rising on the nation’s political agenda — and Georgetown Law faculty and staff are offering up expert advice on how to address it.
While Georgetown Law’s Fall 2020 semester was one of learning and working online, there were several opportunities for some students to come to campus.
WASHINGTON – Georgetown Law is pleased to announce that Douglas Emhoff will become a member of the faculty in January. “I am delighted that Douglas Emhoff will be joining our faculty,” said Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor. “Doug is one…
Georgetown Law’s Center on National Security and the Law recently announced it had received a grant from the Public Interest Technology University Network (PIT-UN) that will support one of the first pilot projects in the Center’s new NatSec 360 Innovation Incubator.
Avril Haines (L’01) Tapped to Serve as Director of National Intelligence in the Biden AdministrationNovember 24, 2020 National Security Law Our Alumni
This week, the Biden-Harris presidential transition team announced its plans to nominate Georgetown Law alumna Avril Haines (L’01) as Director of National Intelligence when the new administration takes office early next year.
As an in-house lawyer for a large Nicaraguan import company in Managua, Jose Maria Enriquez never expected English would be essential to his job.
Shortly after Election Day, two leading scholars on race, history and justice came together for a panel discussion, “Now What? Racial Justice After the 2020 Election.”