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Taking a Knee: How Athletes Focused Attention on Race in Sport and the Reaction of Corporate America
On Feb. 4, 2021, AUWCL's Office of Development and Alumni Relations presented WCL-Now: Taking a Knee - How Athletes Focused Attention on Race in Sport and the Reaction of Corporate America.

AUWCL Virtual Tour
Join 3L Tim Schmeling and 2L Ayana Anderson on a tour of the American University Washington of Law campus.

American University Law Review 2021 Symposium ‘Privacy in the Age of Emergency,’ Day 2
On February 4-5, American University Law Review (AULR) hosted its 2021 symposium “Privacy in the Age of Emergency,” welcoming scholars and practitioners from across the country to discuss the intersection of privacy law and surveillance, technolo...

Symposium on Government Oversight and Accountability
Oct Nov. 6, the Program on Law and Government and the American University Law Review hosted a symposium on federal government oversight and accountability, featuring a keynote fireside chat with Glenn Fine, former Inspector General of the Department ...

ADA30: Looking Back, Moving Forward
Thirty years after the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) landmark legislation became law, mandating baseline levels of access for the millions of Americans living with disabilities, the Program on Law and Government and event sponsor Verizon held...

22nd Annual Hispanic Law Conference, Day 2
On Oct. 13-15, 2020, American University Washington College of Law presented the 22nd Annual Hispanic Law Conference, welcoming Latinx advocates, scholars, and leaders to a three-day virtual discussion on inclusion, voting, migrant rights, COVID-19, ...

22nd Annual Hispanic Law Conference, Day 1
On Oct. 13-15, 2020, American University Washington College of Law presented the 22nd Annual Hispanic Law Conference, welcoming Latinx advocates, scholars, and leaders to a three-day virtual discussion on inclusion, voting, migrant rights, COVID-19, ...

22nd Annual Hispanic Law Conference, Day 3
On Oct. 13-15, 2020, American University Washington College of Law presented the 22nd Annual Hispanic Law Conference, welcoming Latinx advocates, scholars, and leaders to a three-day virtual discussion on inclusion, voting, migrant rights, COVID-19, ...

Citizenship & Suffrage: Race, Citizenship & Women’s Right to Vote on the 19th Amendment’s Centennial
On Oct. 6, AUWCL hosted a panel discussion that described how citizenship-stripping laws barred women who married noncitizens, as well as women of color generally, from exercising their right to vote even after the 19th Amendment was ratified. Learn...

Women Judges from Around the World Remember Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
On Thursday, Oct. 1, the Women and the Law Program, the International Association of Women Judges (IAWJ), and the Institute for Women’s Policy Research hosted a conversation on the global impact of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

21st Annual Peter M. Cicchino Public Interest Virtual Awards Ceremony
The annual Peter M. Cicchino Awards for Outstanding Advocacy in the Public Interest recognizes those students and alumni whose devotion to, and creative service in, the public interest exemplify the highest ideals of the Washington College of Law. On...

WCL Faculty Speaks: Virtual Currency
On Monday, Oct. 5, AUWCL Professors Heather Hughes and Hilary J. Allen addressed the legal and regulatory frameworks of virtual currency during a WCL Faculty Speaks webinar, "Virtual Currency: Emerging Legal and Regulatory Framework Under the Bankin...

2020 Woman and the Law Leadership Celebration
American University Washington College of Law’s Women and the Law Program, along with the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, honored the 56th Speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates Eileen Filler-Corn ’93 during this year’s Women an...

WCL Faculty Speaks: Migration Law and Policy During the COVID-19 Pandemic
On Monday, June 29, faculty experts at American University Washington College of Law addressed the current impacts on immigration during "WCL Faculty Speaks: Migration Law and Policy During the COVID-19 Pandemic."

“Defund the Police? Mapping a Reform Agenda,” presented by the Program on Law and Government
On June 23, American University Washington College of Law’s Program on Law and Government presented “Defund the Police? Mapping a Reform Agenda,” discussing the ways in which criminal justice reform can be obtained. The virtual panel featured R...

WCL Faculty Speaks: COVID-19 and Public Health Law
American University Washington College of Law has launched a new faculty webinar series – “WCL Faculty Speaks” – to address key legal and policy issues impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. The series of live webinars, hosted by Washington College...

WCL Faculty Speaks: States of Emergency in International Law and the Current Pandemic
American University Washington College of Law has launched a new faculty webinar series – “WCL Faculty Speaks” – to address key legal and policy issues impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. The series of live webinars, hosted by Washington College...

Champion What Matters
American University Washington College of Law is a leading law school preparing students to practice in all areas of the law. With five specialty programs ranked in the top 10 by U.S. News and World Report, AUWCL students receive a legal education th...

The Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project
In the fall of 1999, Professor Jamin Raskin of American University Washington College of Law launched the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project named in honor of the late U.S. Supreme Court Justices Thurgood Marshall and William J. Brennan...

Hospitality & Tourism Law Program Highlight
Now, in its fifth year, the Hospitality & Tourism Law Program features an intensive series of sessions addressing the operating principles and legal agreements in the vast lodging and travel industry. For more information, visit wcl.american.edu/htl.

AUWCL Ribbon Cutting Highlight Video 2 12 16
On February 12, 2016, American University Washington College of Law welcomed hundreds of alumni, students, city officials, and members of the law school and AU communities to the Ribbon Cutting Celebration Weekend for its new Tenley Campus. View our ...

People Helping People: Trina Leo '16 during In My Back Yard
Trina Leo '16 on what she enjoyed the most about In My Back Yard, AUWCL's annual day of public service.

International Organizations, Law and Diplomacy - Program Highlight
Hear students talk about their experiences in the Program on International Organizations, Law and Diplomacy in Washington, D.C. and Geneva, Switzerland. Photographs of the World Intellectual Property Organization provided under a Creative Commons A...

Master of Laws in Advocacy - Program Highlight
Hear students talk about their experience in the Master of Laws in Advocacy Program at AUWCL.

Global Opportunities
AUWCL's Office of Global Opportunities connects students with opportunities to study law in some of the most fascinating parts of the world. Hear about some of our students' experiences abroad. https://www.wcl.american.edu/

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