Melissa McCafferty (L'23), a Coast Guard veteran who begins a dual-degree program in law and security studies this fall, has been selected as a 2020 Tillman Scholar.
A collaboration between Georgetown's law and medical schools, the Health Justice Alliance helps DC families with health and legal matters involving COVID-19 and other issues.
Acknowledging the sacrifice and effort students made to overcome struggles associated with the pandemic, Georgetown conferred them with more than 6,700 degrees online May 16 and 17.
The COVID-19 outbreak prompts Georgetown Law student Mark Vatch (L’20) to volunteer as an emergency medical technician in his hometown.
Meryl Chertoff, executive director of the Georgetown Project on State and Local Government Policy and Law, says the pandemic has brought out the best and worst in leadership and governance.
The Juvenile Justice Initiative at Georgetown Law and the National Juvenile Defender Center sponsor a yearlong program for selected ambassadors committed to challenging racial injustice in the juvenile legal system.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who joined U.S. Appeals Court Judge M. Margaret McKeown (L’75) at Georgetown Law's 19th Amendment centennial celebration, and said we need to be…
Katie Meili (L'20), who swam her way to two Olympic medals, now hopes to become a trial attorney.
Former President Bill Clinton (SFS'68) and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton sit down with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg for Georgetown Law's annual lecture named for…
Georgetown Law Associate Dean and Professor Paul Ohm and Alexandra Givens, founding executive director of the Institute for Technology Law & Policy, win a grant from the Public Interest Technology…