CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Three militia groups and their commanding officers who participated in the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville last August have resolved the claims against them in a lawsuit originally filed last October by the City…
Often referred to as a "travel ban" or a "Muslim ban", President Trump's proclamation was at least in part about surveillance, said Alvaro Bedoya, executive director of Georgetown Law's Center on Privacy & Technology.
As Georgetown Law alumna Sophie Huvé (LL.M.’17) presented her research, United Nations diplomats took notes.
Law schools typically cover topics ranging from monopolies to marriage to mergers. The mental health of lawyers? Not so much.
Second Alt-Right Organization Agrees Not to Return to Charlottesville to Engage in Coordinated Armed Activity During Rallies and ProtestsMay 2, 2018 Press Releases
ICAP settles lawsuit against National Socialist Movement and its leader brought by city and many local businesses and residential associations after “Unite the Right” rally
Professor Lilian Faulhaber, an expert in taxation and international law, was honored on April 26 with Georgetown Law’s Frank F. Flegal Excellence in Teaching Award.
Twenty five years after the inaugural Georgetown Women's Forum at the Law Center, Georgetown University is expanding the Women's Forum university-wide.
IQ2 holds a live debate on the motion "Negotiations Can Denuclearize North Korea" at the first Georgetown University Women’s Forum.
Former Deputy Attorney General and Georgetown Law Distinguished Lecturer from Government Sally Q. Yates hosted “Democracy in the Balance: The Essential Role of Democratic Institutions and Norms” at Georgetown Law on April 26.
On April 25, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in the case of Trump v. Hawaii — with Georgetown Law Professor Neal Katyal, a partner at Hogan Lovells, arguing as counsel of record for the State of Hawaii.
Before Professor Urska Velikonja came to Georgetown, she says, she was not overly concerned about what was going on at the Supreme Court.