Law School Videos
American University Washington College of Law is a dynamic school at the center of policy, business, and all things international. This video features our student, faculty, and alumni experiences.
At American University Washington College of law, students are challenged by a leading-edge curriculum and have access to unparalleled experiential learning opportunities through our nationally-recognized Clinical Program, Trial Advocacy Program, Supervised Externships, and more. This video shares experiences of six students.
The international law program at American University Washington College of Law is one of the most comprehensive and well respected in the world. The depth of courses and the breadth of opportunities we offer—coupled with our Washington, D.C. location—place this law school at the top of the list for students who want an international focus on their studies and career. This video shares the experiences of four students.
AUWCL's renowned Clinical Programs cultivate and instill creative, client-centered lawyering skills and an ethic of service among its students. Through the law school's 10 in-house clinics, students are prepared to practice by providing high-quality representation to real clients. This video shares the experiences of students and faculty.
The Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, headquartered at AUWCL with chapters nationwide, mobilizes talented second- and third-year law students, as well as LL.M. students, to teach courses on constitutional law and juvenile justice in public high schools in the District of Columbia and Maryland. Hear from one of the law students involved with the Project, as well as from Associate Director Maryam Ahranjani.
Each spring, American University Washington College of Law proudly hosts the Annual Hispanic Law Conference, bringing together inspiring and successful individuals and institutions devoted to the progress of Latinos in the U.S. and the region. The 2014 conference focused on the impact of immigration reform on access to justice.
American University Washington College of Law welcomed 464 JDs, 184 LL.M.s, and seven SJDs to the alumni community on May 18, 2014. View the commencement highlight video in honor of the 2014 class!
The law school’s International Legal Studies LL.M. Program is one of the top programs in the U.S. and is renowned worldwide. For more than 30 years, the program has been at the forefront of international legal education. This video profiles students from four of our more than 50 countries represented each year.
Why Choose the LL.M. in International Legal Studies?
Students explain why they chose the LL.M. program in International Legal Studies (ILSP) at American University Washington College of Law.
The LL.M. Program in Law and Government prepares students to grasp the issues that are at the intersection of law, politics, and all levels of government through a broad-based examination of public law in the United States. Three students discuss the opportunities they’ve gained here in this video.
Graduates of AUWCL have pursued successful careers in government, national and international law firms, public and private corporations, and non-profit agencies. Hear from five recent graduates working in areas ranging from immigration to food and drug law.
Hear from more of our recent graduates here.
Professor Michael Carroll speaks about the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property at American University Washington College of Law.
Professor Jamin Raskin speaks about the law school’s Program on Law & Government and how the curriculum and faculty help students to understand and navigate every level of government.
Trial Advocacy Students Share Their Experiences Gaining Courtroom Skills
The Stephen S. Weinstein Trial Advocacy Program prepares more than 400 students for litigation practice each year through 16 unique courses, hands-on critique from adjunct faculty--including more than 40 sitting judges and current litigators, a state-of-the-art courtroom, and the opportunity to compete throughout the U.S. in the Mock Trial, Moot Court and Alternate Dispute Resolution Honor Societies. Two students share their experiences.