Georgetown Law has announced this year’s recipients of its annual awards for members of its faculty.
Long interested in the culinary arts, Foley filed official paperwork in January 2020 to establish a nonprofit, Chow Corp., designed to train veterans and military spouses for careers in the culinary business.
Install more bike racks on campus. Give discounts to students who bring their own mugs. Upgrade outdated heating and lighting systems, replace old windows, and use solar panels. Promote sustainability on campus and with other departments and law schools.
WASHINGTON -- A new Georgetown Law study shows that giving girls access to supportive community circles and other restorative practices can benefit their health, wellbeing and chances for school success. For its latest study, the Initiative on Gender…
Congresswoman and Professor Emerita Eleanor Holmes Norton is the sole member of Congress for Washington D.C.’s nearly 700,000 residents -- including most of the Georgetown Law Community -- but as a non-voting delegate, her power is limited. She has…
During his second year at Georgetown Law, Lt. Jordan Foley (L’21) received a call from a fellow service member about the suicide of a friend — a veteran whose start-up business had failed.
Two Georgetown Law students co-directed the third annual National Muslim Law Students Conference last month.
What’s the long-term impact of a criminal sentence? Professor Neel Sukhatme wins a Carnegie Fellowship to find out.April 27, 2021 Criminal Law Faculty
[caption id="attachment_178957" align="alignright" width="200"] Professor Neel Sukhatme[/caption] As an economist and a law professor, Neel Sukhatme has long infused his legal work with insights that only empirical research methods can deliver. Now…
It was the most closely watched trial in years: former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin faced charges of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd, a tragedy that dominated headlines and sparked waves of protest for racial justice last summer.
With China emerging as the world’s largest official creditor, its lending program has become the subject of intense international debate. Is China a benevolent development lender — or is it forging a new global empire?
When Nardos Bekele (L‘21) learned about the opportunity to seek “compassionate release” for incarcerated people with underlying health conditions during the pandemic, she jumped at the chance.