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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.
Each year, women and men alike gather in Washington, DC, to hear from inspiring Georgetown alumnae and professors on a variety of subjects. But this year was different.
Civil Rights Champion Robin Lenhardt (LL.M.’04) Returns to Georgetown to Help Lead New Racial Justice InstituteFebruary 22, 2021 Faculty Our Alumni Race & Law
Professor Robin A. Lenhardt (LL.M.’04), a leading scholar on race and the family, has returned to Georgetown Law to serve on the faculty and co-lead the university’s new interdisciplinary Racial Justice Institute.
Georgetown University Law Center has received transformational gifts from two of its most generous and dedicated alumni.
Just hours after President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were inaugurated on Wednesday, Georgetown Law alumna Avril Haines (L’01) became the first member of the new cabinet to be confirmed by the Senate.
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 Dean William M. Treanor is fond of saying, “Georgetown Law students choose to study in the place where laws are made.”
If there was one truism that captured the mood at the 2020 Georgetown Law Women’s Forum, it was this: “There’s no straight path,” said Georgetown Law Professor Hillary Sale, who moderated the opening plenary. “Some periods are very lumpy. And it’s never, ever an easy work life balance.”
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Celebrates Centennial of “First Step” toward Equal Citizenship for Women, Says Work RemainsFebruary 13, 2020 Feminism & Gender Studies Our Alumni
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg joined U.S. Appeals Court Judge M. Margaret McKeown (L’75, H‘05) center stage at Georgetown Law this week for a centennial celebration of the 19th Amendment co-hosted by the American Bar Association.
Mrs. Doe’s journey isn’t over yet, but she is much closer to home, thanks to three Georgetown Law students – now alumni – who took Professor Brian Wolfman’s Appellate Courts Immersion Clinic last spring. Daniel Duhaime, Alexandra Keck and…