Program on Law and Government Celebrates 25 Years

Program on Law and Government Celebrates 25 Years

20 Apr, 2018

Faculty, staff, students, and alumni recognized the program’s quadranscentennial on Friday, April 20 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.

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Program on Law & Government Hosts Panel on Role of Inspector Generals

Program on Law & Government Hosts Panel on Role of Inspector Generals

10 Apr, 2018

American University Washington College of Law’s Program on Law & Government hosted the second in a series of general counsel forums April 10, addressing the role of inspector generals working with federal agencies and departments.

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Lunch and Learn About Lobbying from Alumni

Lunch and Learn About Lobbying from Alumni

10 Apr, 2018

On April 10th, WCL grads Misty Chally ’00, Tammy Boyd ’03 and Dan Martini ’12 joined Prof. Laguarda to talk about working in public policy advocacy, their careers and career highlights, and how they prepared to succeed ?? beginning with their law school studies.

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Gobbeldeygook: The Role of Social Science in Lawmaking

Gobbeldeygook: The Role of Social Science in Lawmaking

29 Mar, 2018

On Thursday, March 29th, the Program on Law and Government hosted Professor Susan Carle, Professor Jon Gould and Dean Jessica Waters for a conversation about the role of social science in lawmaking.

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Professor Fernando Laguarda Quoted in Politico Pro Article

Professor Fernando Laguarda Quoted in Politico Pro Article

19 Mar, 2018

On Friday, March 19, Fernando Laguarda was quoted in a Politico Pro article entitled "Trial begins over AT&T-Time Warner merger reviled by Trump."

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AUWCL Alumni Reception on the Hill

AUWCL Alumni Reception on the Hill

08 Mar, 2018

Nearly 80 alums and students gathered in the Rayburn Building after work on March 8th for the Program on Law and Government's semi-annual reception.

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