Assistant Professor Rebecca Hamilton Discusses Journey into International Law

Assistant Professor Rebecca Hamilton Discusses Journey into International Law

12 Dec, 2018

Advocate, journalist, author – Assistant Professor Rebecca Hamilton has worn many hats in her career prior to ending up in Washington, D.C. at American University Washington College of Law. She discusses her journey into international law with ATLAS.

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Professor Claudio Grossman Honored by Chilean Senate and President of Chile

Professor Claudio Grossman Honored by Chilean Senate and President of Chile

10 Dec, 2018

Dean Emeritus and Professor Claudio Grossman was honored by the President of Chile, Sebastián Piñera, and the Jewish community of Chile with the “Espíritu Maccabí Award” for his work in defense of human rights, diversity, equality, and universal values.

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AUWCL Students Receive Myers Law Scholarship

AUWCL Students Receive Myers Law Scholarship

04 Dec, 2018

Two American University Washington College of Law students, 3L Stephanie M. Daigle and 2L Lisa Ndembu Lumeya, have been chosen as recipients of the 2018-19 Myers Law Scholarship.  

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren Discusses Trade, Democracy During Foreign Policy Address at AUWCL

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Discusses Trade, Democracy During Foreign Policy Address at AUWCL

30 Nov, 2018

On Thursday, Nov. 29, Sen. Elizabeth Warren visited American University Washington College of Law for an address on foreign policy, outlining her ideas on strengthening democracy within the U.S. and abroad.

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AULR  Hosts Annual Federal Circuit Symposium

The American University Law Review Hosts Annual Federal Circuit Symposium

29 Nov, 2018

On Nov. 16, 2018, the American University Law Review was honored to host its annual Federal Circuit Symposium. The Federal Circuit symposium is the nation’s first and only academic symposium that is dedicated exclusively to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

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