American University Washington College of Law Names Myers Scholarship Award Recipient

American University Washington College of Law Names Myers Scholarship Award Recipient

05 May, 2021

American University Washington College of Law recently awarded Kyle Ehlers ’21 with the Myers Scholarship Award. The Myers Law Scholarship, AUWCL’s most prestigious donor award, provides one-year scholarships to full-time JD students who show academic promise and performance.

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AU Hosts Conversation with Former Impeachment Managers Reps. Raskin and Plaskett

AU Hosts Conversation with Former Impeachment Managers Reps. Raskin and Plaskett

27 Apr, 2021

On Monday, April 26, Congressman and AUWCL Professor Emeritus Jamie Raskin and Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett ’94 joined the American University community for a conversation on insights from their experiences as impeachment managers in the second impeachment trial of former President Donald J. Trump.

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AUWCL 3L Cat Walker Receives Peter M. Cicchino Award

AUWCL 3L Cat Walker Receives Peter M. Cicchino Award

23 Apr, 2021

American University Washington College of Law 3L Catherine “Cat” Walker has been named recipient of the 2021 Peter M. Cicchino Awards for Outstanding Advocacy in the Public Interest.

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AUWCL Welcomes Congressman Jamie Raskin as 2021 Commencement Celebration Speaker

AUWCL Welcomes Congressman Jamie Raskin as 2021 Commencement Celebration Speaker

23 Apr, 2021

American University Washington College of Law is excited to welcome Congressman and AUWCL Professor Emeritus Jamie Raskin as speaker for its 2021 Spring Commencement Celebration Sunday, May 23.

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Movement Lawyering Course Brings Community-Centered Fight for Social Change to AUWCL

Movement Lawyering Course Brings Community-Centered Fight for Social Change to AUWCL

23 Apr, 2021

Offered for the first time at AUWCL this spring, the 8-week Movement Lawyering course was taught by Adjunct Associate Professor Tasnim Motala. “As movement lawyers, we fight for big and systemic change. We recognize that the law is not and has never been neutral to race, class, sexuality, and gender, and that justice and freedom will not come without challenging the foundations of our legal regime that uphold and entrench these inequalities.”

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