Dean William M. Treanor has been reappointed as executive vice president and dean of Georgetown University Law Center.
Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan visited Georgetown Law for a lively, student-led discussion of current issues in antitrust enforcement and consumer protection.
Georgetown Law today announced preliminary plans for the coming fall semester that would allow students to attend classes on campus.
For Mark Vatch (L’20), public service runs in the blood. So when the novel coronavirus struck his hometown, he did what came naturally: he rushed to the front lines of the pandemic to provide emergency medical care, risking his own life to save the lives of others.
Running the annual Robert J. Beaudry Moot Court Competition is a big job even in the best of years. But when word came last month that Georgetown Law would be pivoting to distance learning, it threatened to become a logistical nightmare. Lydia Davenport…
WASHINGTON – On Wednesday, Jan. 22, Georgetown University’s Racial Justice and MLK initiatives, Georgetown Law and the Georgetown Law Black Law Students Association are hosting a lecture on “Race, Community and Belonging” by Fordham Law Professor Robin Lenhardt at Georgetown Law.
Ryan Trumbauer (L’22) knows what interests him about the law. He’s a Technology Law & Policy Scholar whose studies are focused on the internet and cross-border conflicts. When he was deciding whether to participate in Week One this year, a simulation…
It might be hard to believe, but 3L student Katie Meili (L'20) was once a tag-along sister who followed her older sibling, no matter where she was going. [caption id="attachment_59827" align="alignright" width="300"] Katie Meili (L'20)[/caption] It…
The allure of studying law in the nation's capital draws many students to Georgetown Law. A new academic program aims to remind them that opportunities to make a difference extend far beyond Washington, D.C.
Georgetown Law’s student organizations, more than 85 on campus, have always been remarkable. But as 3L Sabrina Bernadel (L’20) made her way through law school, she thought that the current affinity student groups had a definite energy. So this year, Bernadel — president of Georgetown Law’s Women of Color Collective — helped bring more than a dozen groups together to host an amazing “Intersectionality Week” November 4 through 8.
When Jackson “Chance” Cochran (L'21) met Christian Boxley (C'18) while playing for the Washington, D.C.,’s top men’s Ultimate (Frisbee) team "Truck Stop," they expected to do great things. What they didn’t know was that “great things” would extend internationally, winning gold at the men's World Under 24 (U24) Ultimate Championships in Heidelburg, Germany, in July 2019 ― both as members of the United States U24 Men’s Ultimate National Team ― and providing a strong Georgetown connection in the process.