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American University Washington College of Law's Jessup Moot Court Team Wins Mid-Atlantic Super Regional Competition

American University Washington College of Law's Jessup Moot Court Team Wins Mid-Atlantic Super Regional Competition

13 Feb, 2018

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.

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Now Accepting Applications for 2018 Kovler Project Against Torture

Now Accepting Applications for 2018 Kovler Project Against Torture

01 Feb, 2018

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!

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Global Diversity: The Key to Success of an American University

Global Diversity: The Key to Success of an American University

18 Jan, 2018

Director Padideh Ala'i's open letter to international students and alumni in light of recent events

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ABA to Honor Professor Stephen Wermiel with 2018 Robert F. Drinan Award for Distinguished Service

ABA to Honor Professor Stephen Wermiel with 2018 Robert F. Drinan Award for Distinguished Service

09 Jan, 2018

American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL) congratulates Professor Stephen Wermiel, who is being honored by the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice with the 2018 Robert F. Drinan Award for Distinguished Service.

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Professor Orentlicher Participates in Briefing on the Closing

Professor Orentlicher Participates in Briefing on the Closing

19 Dec, 2017

On Dec. 12, Professor Diane Orentlicher, an expert on international criminal law and international human rights law, participated in a briefing at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington about the closing of International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY).

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War Crimes Research Office Director Susana SáCouto Honored on Gender Justice Legacy Wall

War Crimes Research Office Director Susana SáCouto Honored on Gender Justice Legacy Wall

11 Dec, 2017

Last Thursday, War Crimes Research Office (WCRO) Director Susana SáCouto was honored as part of the Women's Initiatives for Gender Justice's unveiling of the Gender Justice Legacy Wall at an event that coincided with the 16th Annual Assembly of States Parties meeting in New York.

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