On Tuesday, Dean Claudio Grossman hosted a dinner for select alumni in New York City at Pera Mediterranean Brasserie. He provided an update on the law school's accomplishments and plans for the new Tenley Campus. MORE
SCOTUSblog, a blog covering the U.S. Supreme Court published by alumnus Tom Goldstein '95, and edited by his wife, Amy Howe, has been honored with a Peabody Award for excellence in electronic media. This is the first time a website has received this honor. Professor Stephen Wermiel was also recognized as part of the SCOTUSblog team—he authors the website's "SCOTUS for law students" column.
The 18th Annual Inter-American Moot Court Competition will take place May 19-24, at AUWCL presented by the Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, and co-sponsored by the Inter-American Court on Human Rights. The trilingual competition will see 98 participating teams from a record number of 27 different countries involving more than 300 students, professors, and human rights professionals. MORE
Each summer, students and practitioners gather from around the globe to experience intensive training at AUWCL that will give them a competitive advantage. The law school's specialized law programs run May 28 through July 28 and qualify for CLE and academic credit. The topics are cutting-edge, including world-reknowned programs in Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, International Commercial Arbitration, Environmental Law, and International Organizations Law and Diplomacy. MORE