WASHINGTON (Sept. 24, 2018) -- Today’s global intellectual property regime—a tangle of interlocking national, regional and global agreements—treats expanding exclusive ownership of technologies and literary and artistic works as vital to advancing creativity, economic development and medicines for today’s health needs. But does this system help or hurt global health, creativity and development?
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein speaks at "Cybercrime 2020: Revisiting the Future of Online Crime and Investigations" on November 29.
WASHINGTON – On Friday, Sept. 28, 2018, Georgetown Law will host a one-day conference on “Ten Years After the Financial Crisis: Closing Loopholes, Avoiding Blindspots and Finding Economic Justice.”
“Last term was a term of blockbusters, most of which fizzled out,” said Professor Irv Gornstein, as he introduced Georgetown Law’s annual Supreme Court Institute press preview on September 17. “This term, by contrast, doesn’t have any blockbusters to begin with — but I think a more accurate caption for this term is the calm before the storm. We’re headed for a whole new world, and the only real question, I think, is how far we are going to go and how fast we are going to get there.”
50 Former Justice Dept. Leaders, Prosecutors and Judges Join ICAP Brief Urging Resentencing For Juvenile OffenderSeptember 14, 2018
WASHINGTON – In an amicus brief filed today, former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey, former acting U.S. Attorney General Peter Keisler, and former Deputy Attorneys General David Ogden and Gary Grindler joined a bipartisan group of 50 signatories…
From Dean Emeritus Robert Pitofsky to Joseph Simons (L’83), Georgetown Law Celebrates Tradition with Federal Trade Commission HearingsSeptember 14, 2018 Business & Financial Regulation Our Alumni
When Joseph Simons (L’83) graduated cum laude from Georgetown Law in 1983, times were tough for antitrust lawyers.
The Georgetown Climate Center’s involvement in a pair of events in early September demonstrates how its efforts to address climate change extend both locally and globally.
In letter organized by ICAP, leading national security and legal experts criticize January 2018 report for "misleadingly correlating the terrorist threat with immigrants."
WASHINGTON – On Thursday, Sept. 13, the Federal Trade Commission will hold the opening session of its “Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century” at Georgetown Law.
First Amendment Prohibits ICE from Retaliating Against Immigrant Rights Activists, ICAP and Partners ArgueSeptember 11, 2018 Press Releases
NEW YORK— The First Amendment prohibits the government from retaliating against noncitizen activists for peacefully protesting the government’s immigration activities, according to an amicus brief filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second…
Poor and uneven response rates expected, says new report released by Georgetown Law’s Center on Poverty and Inequality