On October 23, a panel of experts will discuss Georgetown Law Professor Anne Fleming’s book City of Debtors: A Century of Fringe Finance (Harvard University Press, January 2018). The panel, moderated by Professor David Vladeck, the A.B. Chettle, Jr…
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.”
Ten years after the worst financial collapse since the Great Depression, our collective memory of the damage caused by the crisis has faded.
Robert Pitofsky, who served as dean of Georgetown Law from 1983 to 1989 and the 54th chairman of the Federal Trade Commission from 1995 to 2001, died October 6. He was 88.
In an aggressive deregulatory era for environmental protection, and with an unprecedented sense of urgency, environmental law scholars at Georgetown Law prepare the next generation of attorneys.
Financial Crises and Court Appointments: Have We Learned Nothing? A Conversation with Professor Emma Coleman JordanSeptember 24, 2018 Business & Financial Regulation Faculty Feminism & Gender Studies
They say the more things change, the more they stay the same. Whether that’s the case concerning the national economy will be the topic of a day-long conference at Georgetown Law on Friday, September 28. “Ten Years After the Financial Crisis: Closing Loopholes and Avoiding Blindspots,” with a keynote by Sheila Bair, former chair of the FDIC, will attempt to answer the question of whether the economy is headed for another fall.
As Georgetown Law alumni including Senators Richard Durbin (D-Ill.), Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) and Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) were making their voices heard on Capitol Hill regarding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Day Three of the confirmation hearings, Georgetown Law professors across town were offering their insights on what a future Justice Kavanaugh could mean for the Court.
On the wall of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, a photo of the late Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall is one of the first images Georgetown Law 1L students see as they get in the elevator to make the trip “back in time.”
Georgetown Law welcomes four new full-time faculty members for 2018-2019 — accomplished scholars in legal history, technology law, intellectual property and business who will enrich our community in numerous ways.
Professor Stephen B. Cohen, who taught tax and human rights courses at Georgetown Law to generations of students, died August 17. He was 72.
A brand-name hotel and luxury apartment building towering over an empty lot in Northwest Washington, D.C., are stark reminders of what Professor Anthony Cook’s unique mixed-income “intentional community” concept is up against. Cook brought his…