Last week, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed a bill that creates a host of restrictions on voting including criminalizing providing food and water to voters waiting in line.
Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan visited Georgetown Law for a lively, student-led discussion of current issues in antitrust enforcement and consumer protection.
What Should you Know About the Filibuster? Professor Caroline Fredrickson, a Senate Veteran, Weighs InMarch 31, 2021 Congress Faculty Legislation and Administrative Law
Distinguished Visitor from Practice Caroline Fredrickson spent a good part of her career in the Senate -- including as deputy chief of staff to then-Senate Democratic leader Tom Daschle -- before leading the American Constitution Society for a decade…
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.
On the sidelines and during halftime performances, cheerleading for the Baltimore Ravens was the pinnacle of Amanda Ross’s career in cheerleading.
One year ago, police officers broke into a Kentucky apartment in the middle of the night and, after a single shot was fired in self defense, unleashed a fusillade of bullets.
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Civil Rights Champion Robin Lenhardt (LL.M.’04) Returns to Georgetown to Help Lead New Racial Justice InstituteFebruary 22, 2021 Faculty Our Alumni Race & Law
Professor Robin A. Lenhardt (LL.M.’04), a leading scholar on race and the family, has returned to Georgetown Law to serve on the faculty and co-lead the university’s new interdisciplinary Racial Justice Institute.
Professor Chris Brummer Calls for More Black Financial Regulators in SEC Black History Month KeynoteFebruary 22, 2021 Business & Financial Regulation Faculty Race & Law
For Georgetown Law Professor Chris Brummer, the nation’s glaring lack of Black financial regulators is tied directly to the long history of economic injustice. In his keynote address at the Security and Exchange Commission's Black History Month Celebration…
Days after a video of police pepper spraying and handcuffing a 9-year-old Black girl went viral, Blume Professor of Law Kristin Henning posed a fundamental question. “How do we cultivate a society in which we treat all kids like kids?” Nearly…
Professor Rosa Brooks’s resume has long included more than academic achievements. She’s worked for the Department of Defense and Department of State, been a newspaper columnist and consulted for human rights groups, to name a few. Four years ago,…