Government monitoring has long had a deep and disparate impact on American religious minorities. This year's Color of Surveillance conference will trace that history, and ask hard questions about what it means.
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.
WASHINGTON – On Thursday, July 19, Georgetown Law’s Center on Privacy & Technology will host its third annual Color of Surveillance conference with a focus on government monitoring of religious minorities in the United States.
Students on campus on July 13 got a refresher course in international law when Teresa Cheng, Hong Kong’s secretary for justice, came to Georgetown Law.
“Unite the Right” Organizer Jason Kessler Settles Charlottesville Lawsuit; Pledges No Repeat of Organized, Armed ActivityJuly 12, 2018 Press Releases
Kessler and Redneck Revolt are the last defendants to sign consent decrees ending lawsuit brought by Georgetown Law’s ICAP on behalf of the City of Charlottesville and others
WASHINGTON – Georgetown Law’s Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) and the Graduate Institute Geneva will cohost the “G2 Conference on Resolving Disputes in International Economic Law” at Georgetown Law on Wednesday, July 11.
Georgetown Law Professor David Hyman Publishes New Book, Testifies Before Congress on the Costs of Health CareJuly 5, 2018
About three-quarters of the way through medical school at the University of Chicago, Professor David Hyman decided he might like to be an attorney in addition to being a doctor. So he started — and finished — law school, also at the University of Chicago, and then went back and completed his medical degree.
Ten days after the Supreme Court decided Carpenter v. United States — holding that the government’s acquisition of a criminal defendant’s historical cell phone records was a Fourth Amendment search — a group of experts gathered at Georgetown Law…
“This is not a time to curl up, to shut up, to give up — it is a time to stand up, to speak up, and to rise up…” Senator Cory Booker (D.-N.J.), said, speaking at Georgetown Law on June 28.
Hundreds of Georgetown Law alumni and friends turned out June 28 to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Law Center’s Street Law clinical program and to honor its longtime director, Professor Rick Roe — whose retirement leaves a legacy of interactive…