Just how private is location data kept by cellphone providers? Join us after the Supreme Court renders its decision in Carpenter v. United States to hear experts reflect on implications for policy and practice.
As Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) observed — due to regulations enacted in the United States since the 1970s — a toaster with a one in five chance of burning down one’s house could hardly be sold on the market by the 2000s.
With the discovery of commercially viable amounts of oil in Uganda in 2006, protecting the environment has become an especially hot topic.
It was opening night at the Juvenile Training Immersion Program’s Summer Academy at Georgetown Law, and two of its co-founders asked the lawyers in attendance to define their careers in a word. “Determined,” one said. “Disruptive.” “A voice…
Distinguished Visitor from Practice Paul M. Smith Ready to Reframe Wisconsin Gerrymandering ChallengeJune 18, 2018 Election Law
Distinguished Visitor from Practice Paul M. Smith had high hopes that the Supreme Court would declare the Wisconsin legislative districting plan — known as Act 43 — at issue in Gill v. Whitford an unconstitutional gerrymander. Smith argued the case before the Court on October 3.
The story of Professor Shon Hopwood’s astounding life journey from federal prisoner to Georgetown Law professor has been told many times. Today, Hopwood — who joined the Georgetown Law faculty last year — works for criminal justice reform and prison…
When the 12-member U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission decided to conduct public hearings to explore U.S. tools to address Chinese market distortions, it included Georgetown Law Professor from Practice Jennifer Hillman on the list of experts…
As Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) observed — due to regulations enacted in the United States since the 1970s — a toaster with a one in five chance of burning down a house could hardly be sold on the market by the 2000s. Yet one in five mortgages had a chance of causing a family to lose a home.
Georgetown Law’s Appellate Litigation Clinic is often compared to a boutique appellate firm, with Clinic Director Erica Hashimoto (L’97) as senior partner, one or two Fellows as junior partners, and 16 third-year law students acting as closely supervised…
WASHINGTON – The Coalition for Sensible Safeguards will host “The War on Regulation: Good for Corporations, Bad for the Public” at Georgetown Law on Tuesday, June 5.
Professor Emeritus John G. "Jack" Murphy Jr. (LL.B.'61), who joined the Georgetown Law faculty in 1965 and taught courses ranging from Commercial Law to Federal Election Law, died May 26. He was 80.
Nearly five hundred attendees showed up at Washington D.C.’s InterContinental Hotel on May 2 and 3 for the Women’s Forum, an event that began at Georgetown Law in the 1990s and now includes alumnae and panelists from across Georgetown University.