Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law Releases 2020-2021 Annual Report

Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law Releases 2020-2021 Annual Report

01 Sep, 2021

The Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law is thrilled to announce the release of its 2020-2021 Annual Report.  The past year was a year of gratitude and transition as the Center celebrated its 30th Anniversary, saw transitions in its team, and worked with AUWCL leadership to prepare for a return to campus this fall.   

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AUWCL Welcomes Diverse, Talented Class of Incoming 1L Students for the 2021-22 Academic Year

AUWCL Welcomes Diverse, Talented Class of Incoming 1L Students for the 2021-22 Academic Year

30 Aug, 2021

American University Washington College of Law is excited to welcome a talented and diverse group of over 350 1L students to the law school community for the 2021-22 academic year.

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Adjunct Spotlight: Victoria Ernst

Adjunct Spotlight: Victoria Ernst

18 Aug, 2021

Assistant Dean for Adjunct Affairs William Snape recently caught up with alum and adjunct Victoria Ernst ’19, who co-taught the law school’s summer course on the United Nations International Law Commission with Dean Emeritus and Professor Claudio Grossman.

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AUWCL Orientation Kicks Off on Campus with IMBY, Welcome from Dean Roger Fairfax

AUWCL Orientation Kicks Off on Campus with IMBY, Welcome from Dean Roger Fairfax

18 Aug, 2021

American University Washington College of Law welcomed its newest members to DC and the AUWCL campus this week for JD Orientation, bringing together 1L students to meet new law school Dean Roger A. Fairfax, volunteer throughout the local community, and hear from DC At-Large Councilmember Robert White.

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SUMMER SPOTLIGHT: Human Rights Students Champion Human Rights through Research and Advocacy

SUMMER SPOTLIGHT: Human Rights Students Champion Human Rights through Research and Advocacy

20 Jul, 2021

The Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law is thrilled to support several opportunities for student-led research on various issues within the human rights field. These opportunities contributed to the development of international norms with projects supporting the Center’s work in anti-torture, the criminalization of homelessness in the U.S., human rights and finance, and women’s rights.  

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