In the fall of 2009, Professor Jonah Perlin (L’12) was a 1L student in Georgetown Law’s Section 2, taking Legal Research and Writing with Professor Kristen Tiscione.
Shortly after Election Day, two leading scholars on race, history and justice came together for a panel discussion, “Now What? Racial Justice After the 2020 Election.”
In an era of expanding video surveillance, data brokers and facial recognition software, what do we mean when we talk about “privacy”?
Although Professor Amanda Levendowski was a college mock trial national champion in 2010, law school wasn’t always a given. An artist of sorts, she interned at independent publishing houses and was captivated by mash-ups, songs or videos created by…
When Harry Litman, the former U.S. attorney, former Deputy Assistant Attorney General, and opinion columnist for The Washington Post, wanted to do a week of tapings of his “Talking Feds” podcast in July, he wanted to know whether Georgetown Law’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection (ICAP) wanted to be a part of it. Of course Executive Director Josh Geltzer and Senior Litigator Mary McCord said yes.
On the Hill: Professor Chris Brummer on Facebook’s Proposed Cryptocurrency and Its Impact on Consumers, Investors and the American Financial SystemJuly 19, 2019 Faculty International Economic Law
On July 17, Georgetown Law Professor Chris Brummer — the faculty director of the Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) — testified before the House Financial Services Committee with respect to Libra, Facebook’s proposed cryptocurrency. The hearing was chaired by Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) and Ranking Member Patrick McHenry (R-NC).
Back when Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor was the dean of Fordham Law, former U.S. President Gerald Ford wrote to him in a letter that Ford would be more than happy to have his presidential legacy rest solely on his nomination of John Paul Stevens to the U.S. Supreme Court.
On July 10, Assistant Dean and Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo (L’94), executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center (GCC) at Georgetown Law, testified before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works in a hearing entitled “Investing…
On July 9, Professor Angela Campbell, who directs the Institute for Public Representation’s Communications & Technology Law Clinic, testified before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary in a hearing on “Protecting Innocence in a Digital World, chaired…
The question seems like science fiction or a classic video game: What should be done — legally, of course — if we discover some day that there is a large asteroid on a collision course with Earth?
Reconstruction and the “Unfinished Revolution”: A Conversation for the Graduates Between Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Georgetown Law Dean William M. TreanorMay 15, 2019 Civil Rights & Antidiscrimination Faculty
The story of Reconstruction and its overthrow, after only a dozen years, said Henry Louis Gates, Jr., “shatters all notions that history is a straight line, drawn inexorably towards progress. And in that shattering is a lesson for all of us: vigilance.”