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1. Specialized Summer Law Programs Host Opening Reception
An opening reception was held for participants in the law school's specialized summer law programs, including the Program on International Organizations, Law and Diplomacy (PIOLD), International Commercial Arbitration, and the Environmental Law program.
2. Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project Celebrates A Successful Year
Earlier this month, some talented teenagers gathered at Busboys and Poets on 14th Street for the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project’s end-of-year celebration. The event celebrated the D.C. high school students who participated in the Marshall-Brennan program, their AUWCL law student teachers, and all other D.C. partners who made the year a success.
3. National Institute for Trial Advocacy to Hold Trainings at AUWCL
American University Washington College of Law is pleased to host the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) for two cutting-edge trainings this spring, “Writing Persuasive Briefs” held March 12-13 and “Persuasive Power in the Courtoom” held April 2-3.
4. "Serial" Discussion at AUWCL Features Special Guest Rabia Chaudry
Rabia Chaudry, an attorney who brought the case of friend Adnan Syed to the creator of the hit podcast “Serial,” participated in a question and answer session at AUWCL.
5. AUWCL Enters Partnership with D.C. Department of Health
American University Washington College of Law has entered into a collaboration with the District of Columbia Department of Health to develop opportunities for students to work on cutting-edge health law issues.
6. AUWCL Community Responds to the Events in Ferguson, Missouri
On Nov. 25, a "Ferguson Open Forum" was held at American University Washington College of Law. Students, faculty, and staff participated in this discussion following the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case. In addition, faculty have provided legal analysis on this topic for local, national, and international media.
7. D.C.-Area High Schools Participate in Moot Court at AUWCL
The Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project at American University Washington College of Law brought together local high school competitors in November for the William H. Karchmer Local High School Moot Court Competition.
8. Dean Presides Over 53rd Session of the UN Committee against Torture
Dean Claudio Grossman, chair of the UN Committee against Torture (UN CAT), is presiding over the Committee's 53rd session in Geneva and serving as country rapporteur for Ukraine and Australia. With the generous support of the Kovler Foundation, ten students in the law school's UN CAT Project joined him in Geneva.
9. 30th Anniversary of the Herman Schwartz Israel Human Rights Fellowship
This year marked the 30th Anniversary of the U.S./Israel Human Rights Law Fellowship. The event was celebrated in September with the renaming of the fellowship in honor of its creator, Professor Herman Schwartz.
10. 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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