When lawyer and linguist Stephen Horowitz was teaching an online legal English course for Ukraine's Chernivtsi National University in fall 2022, he struggled to find appropriate topics to discuss with students living in a country at war.
Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan visited Georgetown Law for a lively, student-led discussion of current issues in antitrust enforcement and consumer protection.
Significant Shifts In Law Firm Market, Including Generative AI, Pose Challenges: 2024 Report on the State of the US Legal MarketJanuary 9, 2024 Faculty Legal Research & Writing Philosophy & Law Press Releases
Law firms adapting to new market realities are separating themselves from their competition Positive market results in 2023 are expected to continue in 2024 Generative AI could impact nearly all aspects of law firm operations MINNEAPOLIS-ST…
From ChatGPT to algorithms that ace the LSAT, artificial intelligence (AI) is roiling the legal world like perhaps no technology ever has – and this is just the beginning. Georgetown Law students, faculty and alumni are on the frontlines of efforts to come to grips with the baffling range of potential benefits as well as dangers raised by this new era.
As 2023 draws to a close, we're looking back at the past year at Georgetown Law, from headline-grabbing guest speakers to innovative student and faculty achievements. Join us in reflecting on this year's memorable moments below.
Sandra Day O’Connor, H’86, the first woman to serve on the United States Supreme Court, died December 1, 2023 at the age of 93. During her time on the Court, and especially afterward, she formed deep relationships with the Georgetown Law community.
Popularized by the "Black Panther" film series and the work of science-fiction authors such as N. K. Jemisin and Octavia Butler, the Afrofuturism movement — which merges futuristic themes with Black aesthetics and culture — is largely known as an artistic genre.
Professor Cliff Sloan Explores ‘A Tale of Two Courts’ in New Book on FDR, the Supreme Court and World War IINovember 14, 2023 Campus News Constitutional Law & Theory Faculty
By the summer of 1941, months before the United States entered World War II, President Franklin D. Roosevelt had appointed seven of the Supreme Court’s nine justices and handpicked an eighth for the role of chief justice. A new book by Professor Cliff…
In recent years, several Georgetown Law professors have entered the world of podcasting, offering sophisticated legal analysis and insight with no tuition required.
The Association of Legal Writing Directors (ALWD) and the Legal Writing Institute (LWI), the two leading membership organizations for legal writing academics, have awarded the 2024 Thomas F. Blackwell Award to Georgetown Law Professor Kristen Konrad Tiscione…
On September 20, the Georgetown Law faculty gathered to celebrate colleagues at a ceremonial awarding of named professorships.