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  • AUWCL to Host International Legal Education Abroad Conference Feb. 23-24

    American University Washington College of Law is proud to host the 2017 International Legal Education Abroad Conference: Making an Impact! The conference will bring together key practitioners from across the nation and the globe to discuss common challenges and to develop best practices to some of the most pressing issues in the exciting and dynamic area of international legal education abroad. MORE

  • The Importance of the United States' Role in the United Nations

    In the wake of President Trump's election, a bill has been introduced on the floor of the House of Representatives to pull the U.S. out of the United Nations, an organization it helped found 72 years ago. On Thursday, Feb. 23, join the American University International Law Review and the Lawyering Peace Program for a panel discussion on the U.S.'s important role in the UN and the global consequences of stepping back from this role. MORE

  • Program to Explore Regulation in the Trump Administration

    On Monday, Feb. 27, the Program on Law and Governtment will host a discussion on "What Will Happen to Regulation in the Trump Administration." Professors Andrew Popper, Mark Niles, Lewis Grossman, and Jeff Lubbers, along with Amit Narang '10 from Public Citizen will address the executive order for agency regulations, proposed changes to the Administrative Procedure Act, and what it means for health, safety, consumer, and environmental regulation going forward. MORE

  • Power Wars: Bush, Obama, Trump, and the Post-9/11 Presidency

    Since 2003, Charlie Savage, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and Washington correspondent for the New York Times, has been covering post-9/11 issues, including national security, individual rights, and the rule of law. On Tuesday, Feb. 28, Savage will speak at AUWCL on national security decision-making and process across successive U.S. administrations, including his reporting on the Trump Presidency. MORE

  • Investment and Commercial Arbitration: An International Arbitrator's Point of View

    Join the Women and the Law Program and D.C. Women in International Arbitraton on Tuesday, Feb. 28 as they present "An International Arbitrator's Point of View." On Feb. 28, the program will honor the legacy of American University Washington College of Law's founders for their pioneering role in recognizing the important part women could play in the legal field. Brigitte Stern, Emeritus Professor of International Law at the University of Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne and International Arbitrator, will give the keynote address. MORE

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