This spring’s Georgetown Law Journal Alumni Banquet was the largest one to date, with over 300 former and current GLJ editors and their guests in attendance.
“Wherever you practice, however long you are an attorney, I want you to think of yourselves as public interest lawyers,” said former U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., addressing the Georgetown Law Class of 2022.
Reclaiming the Rule of Law: Georgetown Law, UPenn Co-Host Symposium on the Legacy of the U.S. Torture RegimeMay 11, 2022 Human Rights & Immigration International & Comparative Law Military National Security Law
The 9/11 terrorist attacks – and how the U.S. government responded to them at the time – continue to affect this country and the world in ways we are only beginning to comprehend two decades later.
Two Supreme Court Justices – The U.S.’s Justice Breyer and India’s Chief Justice Ramana – Compare NotesMay 3, 2022 Campus News Constitutional Law & Theory International & Comparative Law
In a recent online event, Georgetown Law hosted a rare opportunity to eavesdrop on a conversation between Supreme Court justices from two different countries. Over the course of a wide-ranging discussion, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States Stephen Breyer and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India, N.V. Ramana, touched on topics from diversity in the judiciary to lessons learned from each other’s legal systems.
“Wherever you practice, however long you are an attorney, I want you to think of yourselves as public interest lawyers,” said former U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., addressing the Georgetown Law Class of 2022 on April 14.
“This evening is a celebration of all of us!” said Miriam Vogel (L’01), chair of the Georgetown Law Alumni Board, as she greeted 558 fellow alumni and guests at the Spring 2022 Reunion Gala, held Saturday, April 9 at Union Station in Washington, D.C.
Recently, several women members of Georgetown Law’s Black Law Students Association (BLSA) witnessed history in the making at the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearings on Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination to the Supreme Court.
Coalition of Leaders of Jesuit Institutions Calls For End to Expulsions of Asylum Seekers Under Title 42March 30, 2022 Human Rights & Immigration Press Releases
WASHINGTON – A group of leaders at 14 Jesuit law and immigrant advocacy institutions sent a joint letter Wednesday to President Joseph R. Biden and key members of his administration, issuing an urgent call to end the use of the Title 42 Public Health…
It was a rare opportunity to hear a conversation between the leaders of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Trade Organization (WTO).
The use of data drives nearly every function of our technological society, from health care to policing. Determining what data is collected, and how it is gathered, interpreted and shared, has a profound impact on both individual rights and democratic governance.
Georgetown Law Professors and Students Prepare for Upcoming Supreme Court Arguments on Greenhouse Gas RegulationsFebruary 24, 2022 Environmental Law
Early in its current term, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a quartet of environmental law cases, consolidated under "West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency." The Court’s ruling in this high-profile case could have major implications for the EPA’s authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions — and for federal regulation more generally.