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Professor Sheryll Cashin, seated between Professor Jill Morrison and Professor Paul Butler, at "Can I Live? Black Women's Lives in America" at Georgetown Law on February 11.

“Can I Live?” Examines Black Women’s Lives in America

February 15, 2019 Civil Rights & Antidiscrimination Feminism & Gender Studies Race & Law

Sandra Bland, who died in prison after being arrested for a traffic violation. Aiyana Stanley-Jones, a seven-year-old shot and killed by police during a raid. Renisha McBride, shot and killed by a homeowner when she knocked on the door of a house. Black women in America have lost their lives, and have been subjected to other horrific injustices, just as men have been. Yet America does not often remember their names.

Prince George's County, Maryland, high school students visit Georgetown Law on Wednesday, February 13.

Office of Admissions Invites High Schoolers to Visit Georgetown Law as Part of Early Outreach

February 14, 2019 Campus Life Our Alumni Congress Faculty/Staff

Visiting Professor M. Tia Johnson — a former assistant secretary for legislative affairs at the Department of Homeland Security who teaches national security — doesn’t see teenagers in her classes very often. But Visiting Professor Charisma Howell, the director of Georgetown Law’s Street Law program, is used to teaching high school students.

Former White House counsel Don McGahn delivered opening remarks at the January 17 American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) conference on health care, hosted by Georgetown Law CLE.

Georgetown Law Hosts ABI Health Care Conference Featuring Don McGahn

January 29, 2019 Health Law

Regulatory reform in health care “helps economic growth, helps promote innovation, because it frees people to think a little differently,” former White House counsel Donald McGahn said in opening remarks at the January 17 American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) conference on health care, hosted by Georgetown Law Continuing Legal Education.