Days after a malfunctioning app wreaked chaos on the Iowa Caucus, Georgetown Law convened leading scholars, policymakers, technologists and journalists to examine the challenges technology poses to the electoral process.
Treanor was first appointed dean in 2010 and will begin his third five-year term on July 1. He is the 16th dean to lead Georgetown Law since its founding 150 years ago.
Addressing a packed room on campus, a pioneering scholar of Asian Law made a strong case for the United States to more deeply engage with China.
In a fitting way to honor and carry on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life work, 10 juvenile defenders from across the country recently gathered at Georgetown Law over a chilly MLK holiday weekend.
Georgetown Law’s Civil Rights Clinic and Father of Slain Journalist File FTC Complaint to Remove Violent Murder Videos from YouTubeFebruary 20, 2020 Clinics Press Releases Technology, Communication, and Intellectual Property
YouTube deceives consumers by refusing to take down videos that violate its own Terms of Service, Andy Parker and Georgetown Law clinic allege
The intricacies of an under-the-radar international economics dispute – a tax war, not a trade war – emerged during a spirited discussion at a Georgetown Law event this month.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Celebrates Centennial of “First Step” toward Equal Citizenship for Women, Says Work RemainsFebruary 13, 2020 Feminism & Gender Studies Our Alumni
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg joined U.S. Appeals Court Judge M. Margaret McKeown (L’75, H‘05) center stage at Georgetown Law this week for a centennial celebration of the 19th Amendment co-hosted by the American Bar Association.
Criminal Justice Experts to Discuss Prof. Abbe Smith’s New Book “Guilty People” and the State of Criminal Defense in AmericaFebruary 12, 2020 Press Releases
WASHINGTON - On Feb. 13 at 4 p.m., Georgetown Law will host an event marking the release of Abbe Smith’s newest book, Guilty People. WHAT Criminal defense attorneys protect the innocent and guilty alike, but, the majority of criminal defendants are…
Jessica Rich, Former Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, joins Georgetown Law’s Institute for Technology Law & Policy as a Distinguished FellowFebruary 12, 2020 Press Releases Technology, Communication, and Intellectual Property
WASHINGTON - Jessica Rich, the former Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, is joining Georgetown Law’s Institute for Technology Law & Policy as a Distinguished Fellow. Rich joins a growing group of experts at the Institute, including…
A Family Lens is Key to Addressing Racial Inequality, Fordham Law Scholar Says in Georgetown Law ReturnFebruary 11, 2020 Race & Law
Opening her lecture on “Race, Community and Belonging: A Blueprint for the 21st Century” at Georgetown Law last month, Fordham Law Professor Robin Lenhardt recalled the words of her great great grandfather — a gravedigger in tiny Des Arc, Arkansas — as relayed by her grandmother.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg and U.S. Appeals Court Judge McKeown to Discuss Equal Rights for WomenFebruary 6, 2020 Press Releases
Georgetown Law and ABA to host “Searching for Equality: The 19th Amendment and Beyond,” 100 years after ratification