AUWCL Honors Black History Month with a Conversation with Wade Henderson and Nicole Austin Hillery

AUWCL Honors Black History Month with a Conversation with Wade Henderson and Nicole Austin Hillery

22 Feb, 2018

On Monday, Feb. 19, the law school honored Black History Month by holding a conversation with Wade Henderson, former president of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, and Nicole Austin Hillery, former director and counsel of the Brennan Center for Justice in Washington, D.C., entitled, “The Long Road.” The event, in partnership with the American University Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars Program, brought together faculty, staff, and students for a conversation about inequality and its impact on our nation and the globe. 

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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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Program on Law and Government Hosts Panel on Careers in Government Contracts

Program on Law and Government Hosts Panel on Careers in Government Contracts

08 Feb, 2018

On Thursday, Feb. 8, the Program on Law and Government hosted a panel on Careers in Government Contracts. The speakers, Kathleen A. Murphy, Jim Weiner ’86, and Dana-Marie Akpan explained the career options in government contracts and the different career paths available.

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AUWCL Welcomes the International Telecommunications Satellite Organization's 21st Advisory Committee Meeting

AUWCL Welcomes the International Telecommunications Satellite Organization's 21st Advisory Committee Meeting

08 Feb, 2018

American University Washington College of Law is hosting the 21st Meeting of the International Telecommunications Satellite Organization’s (ITSO) Advisory Committee Feb. 8-9, 2018. Comprised of 23 of the 149 Parties to the ITSO Agreement, the Advisory Committee convenes between ITSO’s Assembly of Parties and gives advice and feedback to the Director General of ITSO between Assembly of Parties. Government officials, including ministers, ambassadors, and regulators are in attendance and AUWCL students are providing support during the meeting.

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American University Law Review Hosts 33rd Annual Federal Circuit Symposium Featuring Chief Judge Sharon Prost '79

American University Law Review Hosts 33rd Annual Federal Circuit Symposium Featuring Chief Judge Sharon Prost '79

01 Feb, 2018

On January 26, 2018, the American University Law Review (AULR) 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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