WASHINGTON – Georgetown Law’s Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) and the Graduate Institute Geneva will cohost the “G2 Conference on Resolving Disputes in International Economic Law” at Georgetown Law on Wednesday, July 11.
Georgetown Law Professor David Hyman Publishes New Book, Testifies Before Congress on the Costs of Health CareJuly 5, 2018
About three-quarters of the way through medical school at the University of Chicago, Professor David Hyman decided he might like to be an attorney in addition to being a doctor. So he started — and finished — law school, also at the University of Chicago, and then went back and completed his medical degree.
Ten days after the Supreme Court decided Carpenter v. United States — holding that the government’s acquisition of a criminal defendant’s historical cell phone records was a Fourth Amendment search — a group of experts gathered at Georgetown Law…
“This is not a time to curl up, to shut up, to give up — it is a time to stand up, to speak up, and to rise up…” Senator Cory Booker (D.-N.J.), said, speaking at Georgetown Law on June 28.
Hundreds of Georgetown Law alumni and friends turned out June 28 to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Law Center’s Street Law clinical program and to honor its longtime director, Professor Rick Roe — whose retirement leaves a legacy of interactive…
WASHINGTON – Georgetown Law’s Center on Privacy & Technology is hosting an event Monday July 2 on the implications of the Supreme Court’s recent 5-4 ruling in Carpenter v. United States.
Georgetown Law Professor Neal Katyal, Counsel in Trump v. Hawaii, Issues Statement after SCOTUS DecisionJune 26, 2018 Constitutional Law & Theory Immigration Law
This spring, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in the case of Trump v. Hawaii — with Georgetown Law Professor Neal Katyal, co-head of the appellate practice at Hogan Lovells, arguing as counsel of record for the State of Hawaii. Katyal’s brief…
Health with justice. Human rights. Equity. Rule-based international order through organizations like the United Nations. Those values and others are being starkly contradicted by U.S. policy today — in ways that are deeply disturbing and even unconscionable, said University Professor Lawrence O. Gostin, the faculty director of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown Law.
Learning to Teach, and Teaching to Learn: A Conversation with Professor Richard Roe of Georgetown Law’s Street LawJune 25, 2018 Civil Rights & Antidiscrimination Juveniles Faculty/Staff
Professor Rick Roe, the director of Georgetown Law’s Street Law clinic, is retiring after more than 40 years at the Law Center — 35 of those years as a member of the full-time faculty. Roe will be honored at a dinner celebration on June 28.
As Patrick Campbell (C’92) tells the story, he was in an intense negotiation session in California when he glanced at his phone and did something uncharacteristic for a seasoned attorney. He let out “a noticeable shout,” Campbell recounted with a laugh, “in front of my clients.”