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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Program Sponsors D.C. Attorney General Debate with WAMU

Program Sponsors D.C. Attorney General Debate with WAMU

On Wednesday evening, the Program on Law and Government and WAMU's "The Kojo Nnamdi Show" sponsored a debate among the five candidates for D.C.'s Attorney General.

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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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Professors Respond to the Resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder

Professors Respond to the Resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder

American University Washington College of Law faculty were interviewed and published by national media following the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder. 

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Students, Faculty, and Staff Lend a Hand in Local Neighborhoods

More than 180 incoming students, faculty, and staff participated in the In My Back Yard (IMBY) Public Service Day on Aug. 19, volunteering at organizations in local Washington, D.C. neighborhoods.

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