Practitioner-in-Residence Anita Sinha Talks to AP About Immigrant Labor at Private Detention Centers

Practitioner-in-Residence Anita Sinha Talks to AP About Immigrant Labor at Private Detention Centers

13 Jul, 2015

AUWCL Practitioner-in-Residence Anita Sinha is featured in this Associated Press story on a lawsuit alleging immigrants were paid $1 a day for janitorial work at a private prison. Sinha, who teaches in our Immigrant Justice Clinic, has researched immigrant labor at private detention centers.

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Another Excellent Decision in the NEVER-ending Struggle to Cancel the Washington Football Team's Name

Another Excellent Decision in the NEVER-ending Struggle to Cancel the Washington Football Team's Name

08 Jul, 2015

Professor Christine Haight Farley, who teaches courses on Intellectual Property Law and Trademark Law among others, has followed the Redskins trademark dispute with interest over the years. She shares her take on the decision from the Honorable Judge Lee affirming the cancellation of the Redskins trademarks. 

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Tenley Campus Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to Feature Justice Ginsburg

Tenley Campus Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to Feature Justice Ginsburg

07 Jul, 2015

American University Washington College of Law is thrilled to announce that U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will participate in the historic ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the law school’s new Tenley Campus, Feb. 12, 2016.

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AUWCL Professors Share Analysis on Supreme Court Decisions

AUWCL Professors Share Analysis on Supreme Court Decisions

07 Jul, 2015

The final week of the just-completed U.S. Supreme Court session was marked with some landmark decisions, which will impact millions. American University Washington College of Law faculty closely followed the Court’s decisions, analyzing the implications, politics, and consequences of each of the cases.

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Photos: Summer Welcome Reception for Incoming Students

Photos: Summer Welcome Reception for Incoming Students

02 Jul, 2015

More than 150 people, including current students, faculty, staff, and alumni attended our Summer Welcome Reception for Incoming Students on July 1, 2015. Hosted at Skadden law firm's rooftop terrace overlooking The White House and Washington Monument, the event was a huge success in highlighting the amazing D.C. opportunities and beautiful skyline.

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