Immigrant Justice Clinic Argues Case Before Virginia Supreme Court

Immigrant Justice Clinic Argues Case Before Virginia Supreme Court

The Immigrant Justice Clinic at American University Washington College of Law argued a case in January before the Supreme Court of Virginia. Third year student Rachel Nadas presented oral argument.

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Student Profile: Q&A with First Year Student Nomcebisi

Student Profile: Q&A with First Year Student Nomcebisi "Noma" Ndlovu

First year student Nomcebisi “Noma” Ndlovu has a background in democracy and governance work with a non-profit in D.C. She came to law school to gain more technical expertise in her field, and felt she could build a solid foundation for her legal career at AUWCL.

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Student Profile: Q&A with First-Year Student Nicole Phillips

Student Profile: Q&A with First-Year Student Nicole Phillips

First year student Nicole Phillips has a background in nonprofit lobbying and even founded her own nonprofit organization. She came to AUWCL because she appreciated the law school’s mission and opportunities in public interest law.

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Alumni Profile: Curtis DiPasqua '80 Excels in Fast-Paced Restaurant Industry

Alumni Profile: Curtis DiPasqua '80 Excels in Fast-Paced Restaurant Industry

Curtis DiPasqua, a 1980 graduate of American University Washington College of Law, appreciates the fast-paced nature of his career. As president of Subway Development Company Of Central Florida, he oversees more than 340 Subway Restaurants in Central Florida and owns 40 in partnership with his brother.

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Video and Photos: Spring 2015 Commencement Highlights

On May 17, the American University Washington College of Law held its annual spring commencement ceremony. This year, 466 students graduated with a Juris Doctor (JD), 145 with a Master of Laws (LL.M.), and six with a Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD).

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