Our world is increasingly an urban one. The majority of people today live in metropolitan areas, and that proportion is only expected to grow in the coming years. At their best, cities are dynamic, diverse hubs of commerce and creativity. At their worst, they are crucibles of inequality and inefficiency.
Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan visited Georgetown Law for a lively, student-led discussion of current issues in antitrust enforcement and consumer protection.
In his definitive new biography of Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, who served on the bench from 1939 to 1962, Georgetown Law professor Brad Snyder reevaluates the conventional story of Frankfurter’s progression from liberal advocate to conservative jurist.
Members of the Georgetown Climate Center (GCC) traveled to Egypt last month to gather and speak with some of the world’s most influential climate leaders at the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27).
Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor Files Amicus Brief in Supreme Court Case on Federal Election OversightDecember 5, 2022 Campus News Constitutional Law & Theory Election Law Faculty
Update: On June 27, 2023, the Supreme Court issued its decision in Moore v. Harper, rejecting the “independent state legislature doctrine.” Chief Justice John G. Roberts, in his majority opinion, cited a 2005 Stanford Law Review article by Dean William…
The Georgetown Law faculty gathered on November 29 to celebrate six colleagues who had recently been awarded named professorships and chairs.
Last week, the Georgetown Center for the Constitution brought together former colleagues, law clerks and members of the Georgetown Law community to remember the life and legacy of Judge Laurence H. Silberman, a longtime member of the U.S. Court of Appeals…
Earlier today, Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor shared the following message with the Georgetown Law community: Since our founding, public service has been at the heart of Georgetown Law’s mission. We have strived to live by the Jesuit motto…
Most law students pay attention to what’s happening at the Supreme Court. But only a few go so far as to sleep out on the streets of Washington, D.C. for a chance to see oral arguments in person.
“From Nuremberg to Ukraine: Accountability for Mass Atrocities” was the title of this year’s Georgetown Law Human Rights Institute (HRI) Drinan Lecture, delivered by an international human rights lawyer who has devoted his career to pursuing justice on behalf of victims of crimes against humanity.
Georgetown Law’s faculty gathered on Wednesday, November 9 to celebrate the recipients of the Law Center’s 2021-22 Teaching and Faculty Service Awards.