Five justices sat at a long table, and four advocates each took a turn at presenting arguments in the case of "Roman Catholic Diocese of Gewirz v. Gordon." It was close to a real courtroom setup -- except for the fact that the “diocese” was named after the Georgetown Law student center, a pretty significant clue that this was a campus activity.
Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan visited Georgetown Law for a lively, student-led discussion of current issues in antitrust enforcement and consumer protection.
During the last fiscal year, Georgetown Law’s alumni community, foundations, and friends contributed a record-breaking $56 million in gifts and pledges to the school, shattering the previous record of $40 million set in 2019.
Therese Stratton, a longtime Georgetown Law employee who retired in 2015, died on September 27.
Recently, on a warm September afternoon, 31 aspiring lawyers gathered under a large white tent on Georgetown Law’s Eleanor Holmes Norton Green.
Georgetown Law’s Director of Mission & Ministry Amy Uelmen (C’90, L’93, S.J.D.’16): Teaching Lawyers to ListenSeptember 13, 2021 Campus News Faculty
Speaking recently to a group of 1Ls, Georgetown Law’s new Director for Mission & Ministry Amy Uelmen (C’90, L’93, S.J.D.’16) recalled the time she and a classmate were walking to campus to take their very first law school exam. A thought flashed…
As Dean William M. Treanor removed his mask to greet the 1Ls sitting before him in Hart Auditorium, a smile spread across his face. Finally, after nearly a year and a half -- a room full of students!
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Georgetown University Law Center announced today that it is committing to do everything possible to help address the massive eviction crisis threatening millions of families and individuals in the wake of last week’s Supreme Court…
Georgetown Law Sees Significant Increases in Applicants, Student Diversity and Achievement for the New Academic YearAugust 30, 2021 Campus News
In the most recent admissions cycle, Georgetown Law received the most applications of any U.S. law school in history: 14,052 in total. Of all law school applicants nationwide, one in five applied to Georgetown. The school’s acceptance rate was 12.9%, down from 21% a year ago, yielding an incoming class of 561 students.
Most lawyers can still vividly recall the nerve-wracking first days of law school — stepping into an unknown world of case law and cold calls.
WASHINGTON — Georgetown Law’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection (ICAP) announced today that Kelsi Brown Corkran has been named the organization’s first Supreme Court director. Corkran will oversee ICAP’s Supreme Court litigation…