Judge Robert A. Katzmann, a federal appeals court judge who was a former Georgetown Law faculty member and former member of the Georgetown Law Board of Visitors, died June 9. He was 68.
Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan visited Georgetown Law for a lively, student-led discussion of current issues in antitrust enforcement and consumer protection.
“When you have opportunities, you have to take advantage of them. Figure out a way to be comfortable in uncomfortable situations,” said Distinguished Visitor from Practice Douglas Emhoff, addressing Georgetown Law’s graduating students. “I teach…
A steady rain was falling, yet it didn’t wash away the smiles on the faces of graduating Georgetown Law students and their guests as they arrived at Nationals Park, home stadium of Washington’s baseball team.
When Toni Deane (L’21) learned that she had been elected to the top position at The Georgetown Law Journal, she ran to the offices of Maura DeMouy and Nicole Llorenz — the heads of a program that supports students from underrepresented backgrounds in law school and the legal profession.
Two Georgetown Law students co-directed the third annual National Muslim Law Students Conference last month.
Dear Members of the Georgetown Law Community, As events unfolded yesterday, I sent you a brief email to express my horror at the violent attack on democracy we were all witnessing, and to let you know that the students living in Gewirz and the staff…
While Georgetown Law’s Fall 2020 semester was one of learning and working online, there were several opportunities for some students to come to campus.
As an in-house lawyer for a large Nicaraguan import company in Managua, Jose Maria Enriquez never expected English would be essential to his job.
Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor always enjoys welcoming the incoming students at the beginning of a new school year, but this fall he was especially effusive.
David J. McCarthy, Jr. (L’60, L’62, H’83), the 12th dean of Georgetown University Law Center, died October 1. He was 85.