American University Washington College of Law welcomed World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim to campus Tuesday, April 10 for "Rich and Poor: Opportunities and Challenges in an Age of Disruptions." Read more
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A presentation and reception was held on the afternoon of June 12 at the headquarters of the Organization of American States (OAS) in Washington, DC to launch Professor and Dean Emeritus Claudio Grossman’s book International Law and Reparations: The Inter-American System, co-authored by AUWCL alumni Agustina del Campo and Mina A. Trudeau.Read more
Daphna Hacker LL.M. ’96 won the Herbert Jacob Book Prize for her book Legalized Families in the Era of Bordered Globalization, that was named as the best book in law and society scholarship published in 2017. The prize was presented to Hacker on June 7 at the 2018 Law and Society Association Awards ceremony in Toronto, Canada.Read more
The International Jurist, a magazine from the publishers of National Jurist and Prelaw, has recognized American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL) as one of 25 law schools across the nation to offer the best experience for lawyers from outside the U.S.Read more
LL.M. and JD students attended the Seventieth Session of the International Law Commission. After in depth study of normative texts adopted by the ILC, students had a chance to meet all members of the ILC, discuss current happenings at the Seventieth Session of the ILC as well as share their feedback on proposed drafts.Read more
AUWCL and the International and Comparative Legal Studies Program congratulate Prof. Manuel Nabais da Furriela’01, who has been appointed as Dean of Faculdades Metropolitanas Unidas (FMU), university in São Paulo, Brazil.Read more
On April 23, the International Trade and Investment Law Society, together with the Trade, Investment and Development Program, hosted its 12th Annual Distinguished Alumni Award Dinner honoring Myron Brilliant ’89, executive vice president and head of International Affairs at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.Read more