WASHINGTON – Georgetown Law’s Supreme Court Institute will host its annual press briefing, “Anticipating the Supreme Court’s October Term 2018: What to Expect,” on Monday, Sept. 17.
Often referred to as a "travel ban" or a "Muslim ban", President Trump's proclamation was at least in part about surveillance, said Alvaro Bedoya, executive director of Georgetown Law's Center on Privacy & Technology.
A curious mind and a facility for language may be the hallmarks of a good lawyer. Fortunately, Professor John Mikhail and student Genevieve Bentz have those in spades.
Douglas M. Bregman (L’74) entered Georgetown Law in 1971, right before the formal dedication of McDonough Hall. He skipped Chief Justice Warren Burger’s keynote address, opting for the “counter-dedication” on the front steps featuring radical lawyer William Kunstler.
If there were an award given for serendipity, Keonna Carter (LL.M.’13) would certainly win.
Most people know the unmistakable, occasionally booming voice of Gary Thorne (LL.M.'76) from his half-century long career in sports broadcasting.
2018 “Color of Surveillance” Conference Examines Government Monitoring of American Religious MinoritiesJuly 24, 2018 Civil Rights & Antidiscrimination Technology, Communication, and Intellectual Property
On June 26, the Supreme Court upheld Presidential Proclamation 9645, restricting the entry into the United States of persons from eight foreign states.
Harvard Professor Richard H. Fallon’s book, Law and Legitimacy in the Supreme Court, will be celebrated at April event featuring inaugural Cooley Judicial Lecture by Judge Joan Larsen
For Georgetown Law 2L Jennifer Esparza, the decision to join the United States Marine Corps (USMC) after graduating from high school was about learning and growth, as well as a desire to serve her country.
Trade, taxes and tech were the topics on the table for the G2 Conference on Resolving Disputes in International Economic Law, co-sponsored by Georgetown Law’s Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) and the Graduate Institute, Geneva on July 11.
Georgetown Law Professor Laura Donohue Testifies Before Congress on Warrantless Smartphone Searches at the BorderJuly 17, 2018 Technology, Communication, and Intellectual Property Criminal Law
“This is an area in urgent need of congressional action,” says Georgetown Law Professor Laura Donohue, who recently testified before Congress on the topic of warrantless searches of electronic devices at U.S. borders.