Three members of the American University Washington College of Law community have been named recipients of the 2019 Peter M. Cicchino for Outstanding Advocacy in the Public Interest.Read more
On Friday, April 12, the American University Legislation and Policy Brief presented its inaugural bipartisan symposium, “What’s Working in the 116th Congress.”Read more
On April 12, American University Washington College of Law welcomed United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet to campus.Read more
From April 23-34, leaders in environmental protection, legal experts, members of the business community and nonprofit organizations will discuss the future of the Environmental Protection Agency at a 2-day forum convened by the Center for Environmental Policy at American University’s School of Public Affairs, Washington College of Law, Environmental Law Institute, and EPA Alumni Association.
On April 10, American University Washington College of Law welcomed Alexander De Croo, deputy prime minister of Belgium, to speak about his new book, The Age of Women: Why Feminism Also Liberates Men. In the book, De Croo makes the case for more gender equality in the workplace and society as a whole.Read more