William T. Vukowich, Georgetown Law Professor Emeritus, died on August 24.
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.
When asked to interpret a law, do people tend to focus more on the text or its purpose? Are there circumstances that might cause them to focus on one method rather than the other?
Austin Martin Williams vividly remembers his first visit to Georgetown Law, in the summer of 2019. He was then assistant director of the law library at North Carolina Central University, where he earned both his J.D. and M.L.S. with honors, and had come…
A favorite Georgetown Law alumnae event, the Women’s Forum, returned to campus this spring for the first time since 2020.
President Joe Biden has appointed Professor Victoria Nourse to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, an independent federal agency whose mission is “to inform the development of national civil rights policy and enhance enforcement of federal civil rights laws.” Nourse, who is the Ralph V. Whitworth Professor in Law, was sworn in earlier this month as one of eight commissioners and will serve a six-year term.
On March 7, the Georgetown Law community celebrated the achievements of five faculty members who have been awarded named professorships and chairs.
Some ninety professors, activists, students, lawyers and other stakeholders from across the country gathered at Georgetown Law March 3 for a day-long symposium titled “Promoting Justice: Advancing Racial Equity through Student Practice in Legal Clinics…
The Re-entry Interview: After Securing Landmark International Tax Agreement, Prof. Itai Grinberg Returns to CampusFebruary 23, 2023 Campus News Faculty International Economic Law Tax Law
Professor Itai Grinberg’s last two years have been busy ones, full of travel to international capitals, seven-day work weeks and 16-hour days of meetings and negotiations. But in the end, he helped achieve a top item on the United States’ international economic agenda: a first-ever global minimum corporate tax (GMT).
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.