About the Program

American University Washington College of Law’s Program on Law and Government is celebrating a quarter century in our nation’s legislative and regulatory hub. We offer a broad array of curricular options, experiences, and events, from cutting edge courses taught by expert faculty, to our renowned Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, to symposia and panels featuring our talented alumni. Each opportunity is designed to prepare students for careers at the intersection of public service, law, and domestic policy. To support the Program on Law and Government, click here.

Celebrating 25 Years of the Program on Law and Government

25th Anniversary Seal
 

Faculty, staff, students, and alumni recognized our program’s quadranscentennial on Friday, April 20, 2018 with a celebration, featuring an alumni panel discussion and a keynote address by Rep. Jamie Raskin, who along with the late Tom Sargentich, founded the Program on Law and Government in 1993. Read more

Our Program at a Glance

Law and Government Highlights
  • 36
    Co-Curricular events
  • 1600+
    Attendees at Law and Government Events
  • 30
    Alumni Featured
  • 85
    Guest Speakers Welcomed to Campus
  • 150+
    Externship Opportunities