WASHINGTON – Former FTC Commissioner Terrell McSweeny is joining Georgetown Law’s Institute for Technology Law & Policy as a distinguished fellow.
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein speaks at "Cybercrime 2020: Revisiting the Future of Online Crime and Investigations" on November 29.
Institute of International Economic Law Presents “Reimagining Taxation in the Age of Digital Disruption”December 5, 2018 International Economic Law Tax Law
In a digital economy, taxation needs to adapt as much as securities and financial regulation or indeed, any other area of the law.
The road from the Mississippi Delta to Washington, D.C., is about 1,000 miles. For Ty Pinkins (L’20), the journey took nearly 40 years.
Georgetown Law, Department of Justice Co-Host “Cybercrime 2020: Revisiting the Future of Online Crime and Investigations”November 30, 2018 Technology, Communication, and Intellectual Property Criminal Law
When Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein first became a prosecutor nearly 30 years ago, a criminal investigation of a business might have entailed executing a search warrant, going into a building, and carting out boxes of documents to review as potential evidence. Today, such records are stored in digital formats, possibly in foreign countries, generated by employees (and potential perpetrators) who might not even be on site.
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Treasury Chip Harter to Deliver Keynote
Georgetown Law Professor from Practice Jennifer Hillman Testifies Before Congress on the Need for a Stronger WTONovember 28, 2018 International Economic Law International & Comparative Law Faculty/Staff
“The problems that we are confronting, whether that’s the struggle around the world for good jobs that pay a living wage, whether that’s climate change, whether that’s the widening of the wealth gap or the rise of extremism and threats to national security — these are not problems…that can be solved by the United States alone,” Georgetown Law Professor from Practice Jennifer Hillman told a U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on November 27.
Nicqelle Godfrey would not take no for an answer.
Godfrey (L’20) was number 13 on the wait list for “Campaigning for Public Office,” a nonpartisan simulation course offered for the first time in Fall 2018 at Georgetown Law. The course had a 20-student limit, but nearly 40 had signed up.
WASHINGTON - On Thursday, Nov. 29, Georgetown Law's Center on National Security and the Law and the Department of Justice's Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section will hold a one-day cybercrime symposium featuring a lunchtime keynote by Deputy…
Professor James Forman Jr. on "Locking Up Our Own: Race, Class, and the Politics of Mass Incarceration"November 20, 2018 Civil Rights & Antidiscrimination Race & Law Criminal Law Juveniles
When James Forman Jr., a former Georgetown Law and current Yale Law faculty member, was working as a public defender in Washington, D.C., in the 1990s, he represented a 15-year-old client named Brandon who had pled guilty to gun and marijuana possession. Forman was requesting probation; the prosecutor wanted Brandon sent to Oak Hill, D.C.’s now-notorious juvenile facility. The judge chose Oak Hill — to Forman’s fury. The same racial injustice that motivated him to become a public defender, he realized, was being used to lock his client away.
The jury is still out (so to speak) on whether justice was served Wednesday night at Georgetown Law’s Hart Auditorium. But those who witnessed — and participated in — the Theater of Law production of a scene from Aeschylus’ Eumenides could all agree that the night was a moving and thought-provoking success.