Students often learn from books their professors have written, but in the case of one recent Georgetown Law seminar, the professor was so impressed by her students’ papers, she turned them into a book.
Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan visited Georgetown Law for a lively, student-led discussion of current issues in antitrust enforcement and consumer protection.
As the 2023-24 academic year begins, we are pleased to introduce the newest members of our faculty.
From Georgetown Law to National Climate Policy: A Q&A with White House National Climate Advisor Ali Zaidi, L’15May 9, 2023 Campus News Environmental Law Impacting Change Our Alumni Public Interest & Community Service
Earlier this semester, White House National Climate Advisor Ali Zaidi, L’15, visited his alma mater to give a presentation to the Georgetown Climate Center on highlights of the Biden administration’s climate policy agenda and achievements. More recently…
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.
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 Professors and Students Prepare for Upcoming Supreme Court Arguments on Greenhouse Gas RegulationsFebruary 24, 2022 Environmental Law
Early in its current term, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a quartet of environmental law cases, consolidated under "West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency." The Court’s ruling in this high-profile case could have major implications for the EPA’s authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions — and for federal regulation more generally.
Georgetown Law’s deep and broad bench of environmental law experts gathered earlier this month to discuss former President Trump’s environmental track record and the Biden’s administration’s new direction.
Climate change is rising on the nation’s political agenda — and Georgetown Law faculty and staff are offering up expert advice on how to address it.
This term, the Supreme Court will decide its first major case on the Clean Water Act in over a decade.
For 40 years, Edith Brown Weiss, the Francis Cabell Brown Professor of International Law, has taught students at Georgetown Law while working tirelessly as one of the chief voices in international environmental law.