Final Program Announced for Conference on Government Surveillance of Black Community

Posted on April 4, 2016

Georgetown Law and the Center on Privacy & Technology today announced the final program for their groundbreaking conference “The Color of Surveillance: Government Monitoring of the African American Community.” The conference, which will study the impact of...

A Supreme Court Book Fair

Posted on March 30, 2016

Interest in the Supreme Court has never been greater — and the nation’s leading journalists, lawyers and scholars continue to author works that explore, debate and even re-create the stories of the everyday life within. Whether...

New Book by Professor David Cole Argues that Citizens, Not the Supreme Court, Are Catalysts of Constitutional Change

Posted on March 29, 2016

It’s not the decisions of justices that drive constitutional change, but the efforts of ordinary and typically unsung citizens operating outside of the federal courts. This is the central theme of the new book Engines of...

Intersections in International Cultural Heritage Law

Posted on March 28, 2016

NOTE:The destruction of historic sites and the loss of cultural artifacts in Syria, Iraq, Mali and elsewhere highlights the urgent need to preserve the world's cultural heritage. “Intersections in International Cultural Heritage Law” will gather experts...

Vice President Biden Speaks at Georgetown Law

Posted on March 24, 2016

“The longer this High Court vacancy remains unfilled,” said U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, “the more serious a problem we will face — a problem compounded by turbulence, confusion and uncertainty about our safety and security,...