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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Anti-Corruption Program Welcomes Former WTO Director General Pascal Lamy

In September, the U.S. and International Anti-Corruption Law Program welcomed the former WTO Director General Pascal Lamy for a program on “Addressing Corruption in Global Trade.” Lamy worked with the WTO from 2005 until 2013.

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Summer Institute Focuses on Litigation Skills and Technology in the Courtroom

The Stephen S. Weinstein Trial Advocacy Program welcomed 40 practitioners and students to their Litigation Skills Summer Institute (LSSI) from July 7-20, 2014. Attorneys from Miller & Chevalier; Budow & Noble; and Bregman, Berbert, Schwartz & Gilday, LLC attended the program and earned CLE credits.

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Fifth International Conference on Human Rights Education Held at AUWCL

Fifth International Conference on Human Rights Education Held at AUWCL

American University Washington College of Law hosted the Fifth International Conference on Human Rights Education “Advancing Universal Human Rights Culture,” Dec. 4-6. This was the first time the conference was held in the Western Hemisphere.

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Professor Juan Mendez Inaugurates Second Training Program on Human Rights Protection Mechanisms, Organized RFK Center at AUWCL

In his role as UN Special Rapporteur Against Torture, Professor Juan Mendez inaugurated the second Training Program on Human Rights Protection Mechanisms, organized by the Robert F. Kennedy Training Institute in collaboration with AUWCL. MORE

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