“When you have opportunities, you have to take advantage of them. Figure out a way to be comfortable in uncomfortable situations,” said Distinguished Visitor from Practice Douglas Emhoff, addressing Georgetown Law’s graduating students. “I teach…
Georgetown Law Professor Sheryll Cashin is calling on America to wake up and abolish the entrenched system she says has been driving racial inequality for more than a century.
A steady rain was falling, yet it didn’t wash away the smiles on the faces of graduating Georgetown Law students and their guests as they arrived at Nationals Park, home stadium of Washington’s baseball team.
When Toni Deane (L’21) learned that she had been elected to the top position at The Georgetown Law Journal, she ran to the offices of Maura DeMouy and Nicole Llorenz — the heads of a program that supports students from underrepresented backgrounds in law school and the legal profession.
“As educators, we are responsible for teaching students how they can support the health and well-being of all people… Doing so demands that we reenvision both the role that access to justice plays in health equity and the way we train future health care teams.”
Georgetown Law has announced this year’s recipients of its annual awards for members of its faculty.
Install more bike racks on campus. Give discounts to students who bring their own mugs. Upgrade outdated heating and lighting systems, replace old windows, and use solar panels. Promote sustainability on campus and with other departments and law schools.
WASHINGTON -- A new Georgetown Law study shows that giving girls access to supportive community circles and other restorative practices can benefit their health, wellbeing and chances for school success. For its latest study, the Initiative on Gender…
Congresswoman and Professor Emerita Eleanor Holmes Norton is the sole member of Congress for Washington D.C.’s nearly 700,000 residents -- including most of the Georgetown Law Community -- but as a non-voting delegate, her power is limited. She has…
During his second year at Georgetown Law, Lt. Jordan Foley (L’21) received a call from a fellow service member about the suicide of a friend — a veteran whose start-up business had failed.
Two Georgetown Law students co-directed the third annual National Muslim Law Students Conference last month.