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  • Open Letter to Students Concerning the Killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner

    On Thursday, over 75 members of the American University Washington College of Law faculty and staff sent a letter to students concerning the killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. The statement reflects the views of the individual signatories; it is not an official statement of American University Washington College of Law or American University. MORE

  • Student Saskia Valencia Selected for 2015 Skadden Fellowship

    AUWCL is pleased to announce that third year student Saskia Valencia has been selected for the prestigious Skadden Fellowship Program. Skadden Fellowships are awarded for two years, and provide the funding needed for lawyers to pursue public interest work. MORE

  • Applications Now Open for Summer Programs Abroad

    Applications are now being accepted for AUWCL's specialized summer programs abroad. Participants will study international law in some of the most fascinating parts of the world, learn about different legal systems and cultures, and create professional networks abroad. Earn up to six credits in course topics from international business law to human rights law in Europe, Asia, and South America. Apply by March 31. MORE

  • Richard Verma '93 Confirmed as U.S. Ambassador to India

    Richard Verma '93 has been confirmed as U.S. Ambassador to India. Verma has more than two decades of international and senior-level U.S. government experience and served in the Obama Administration as the Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs. Verma is the first Indian-American Ambassador to hold the post.

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