AUWCL Ranked Top Source for Congressional Staffing

AUWCL Ranked Top Source for Congressional Staffing

13 Nov, 2019

American University is a top source of congressional staff, including AUWCL alumni working as lawyers on Capitol Hill, according to a recent report from LegBranch.org. AUWCL ranked second on the list of law schools with the most congressional staff graduates, ahead of those who previously attended Harvard, Yale, George Mason or NYU.

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Dean Nelson Honored at Annual Black Pre-Law Conference

Dean Nelson Honored at Annual Black Pre-Law Conference

07 Nov, 2019

Dean Camille Nelson will be honored among the nation’s Black law deans at the 15th Annual Black Pre-Law Conference and Law Fair taking place at the Columbia University School of Law in New York City. Dean Nelson is also a featured speaker at the conference, where she will address “Lawyers as Leaders” in a Ted-talk style presentation.

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AUWCL, Sine Institute, and Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies Take on Impeachment

AUWCL, Sine Institute, and Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies Take on Impeachment

06 Nov, 2019

On Wednesday, Nov. 6, American University Washington College of Law’s Program on Law and Government, in partnership with American University Sine Institute of Policy and Politics and the Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies (CCSP), presented “Impeachment: The Constitutional Remedy of Last Resort.”

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AUWCL Hosts Humphrey Fellowship Affiliation Fair

AUWCL Hosts Humphrey Fellowship Affiliation Fair, Reception

05 Nov, 2019

Last week, American University Washington College of Law hosted the first-ever Professional Affiliation Fair and Reception for the Hubert Humphrey Fellowship Program.

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AUWCL Students Participate in World Banks' Law, Justice and Development Week

AUWCL Students Participate in World Bank's Law, Justice and Development Week

04 Nov, 2019

From Nov. 4-7, the World Bank will host Law, Justice and Development (LJD) Week 2019, bringing together the global community interested in using law and justice tools to contribute to development. Since 2014, the Program on International Organizations Law and Diplomacy (PIOLD) at American University Washington College of Law has been a co-sponsor of LJD Week, with AUWCL program faculty and students supporting conference events and participating in a myriad of ways.

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