American University Washington College of Law proudly hosts the Sixth Biennial Global Conference of the Society of International Economic Law (SIEL) on “International Economic Law in Unsettling Times”, the largest conference in the history of SIEL. The Conference attracted 300 attendees from around the world, including 194 speakers presenting 150 peer-reviewed papers. Read more
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On April 4, American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL) will proudly sponsor the 20th Annual Grotius Lecture opening the American Society of International Law’s (ASIL) 112th Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. Leading and emerging voices in international legal scholarship, policy, and practice will gather to discuss this year’s theme, “International Adjudication: Peaks, Valleys, and Rolling Hills.”Read more
On Tuesday, March 6, 2018, more than 80 students were honored with scholarships as part of the 2018 Scholarships and Awards Program. “Through the generosity of AUWCL friends and donors, this year we were able to award more than $400,000 in named scholarships to exceptional students,” said Dean Camille Nelson. “These scholarships enable our students – who amaze and inspire me every day - to continue their legal education, pursue their dreams, and make a meaningful impact in the legal community. Congratulations to all the scholarship recipients!”Read more
American University Washington College of Law, represented by 3Ls HJ Brehmer and Cynthia Park, and 2Ls Katherine Youssouf and Hannah Stambaugh, won the Mid-Atlantic Regional Competition of the Jessup International Moot Court Competition held Feb. 9-11 at George Washington University. The team defeated West Virginia University in the quarter-finals, Harvard in the semi-finals, and the University of Virginia in the final round.Read more
American University Washington College of Law is hosting the 21st Meeting of the International Telecommunications Satellite Organization’s (ITSO) Advisory Committee Feb. 8-9, 2018. Comprised of 23 of the 149 Parties to the ITSO Agreement, the Advisory Committee convenes between ITSO’s Assembly of Parties and gives advice and feedback to the Director General of ITSO between Assembly of Parties. Government officials, including ministers, ambassadors, and regulators are in attendance and AUWCL students are providing support during the meeting.Read more
Applications for the 2018 Kovler Project Against Torture Are Being Accepted Feb. 1 through Feb. 16. Do Not Miss This Unique Opportunity In International Human Rights!Read more
Director Padideh Ala'i's open letter to international students and alumni in light of recent eventsRead more