Articles tagged: Law Center


Georgetown Law professor terminated after “reprehensible” racist remarks 

Adjunct professor Sandra Sellers was terminated on March 11 after a video of her making disparaging remarks about Black students.


Institute of Constitutional Advocacy files lawsuit against “discriminatory” coronavirus relief bill

Georgetown’s Institute of Constitutional Advocacy and Protection (ICAP) partnered with CASA de Maryland, an immigrant’s rights organization, to file a federal lawsuit against the coronavirus aid bill, alleging that the... Read more


New downtown campus comes CALLing

Georgetown University will begin construction next semester on a new building in downtown D.C. With over 450 beds, it will house students enrolled in the Capitol Applied Learning Lab (CALL),... Read more


Georgetown Law Receives Record-Setting Donation From Alumnus

The Georgetown University Law Center announced a $10.5 million donation from Scott K. Ginsburg (LAW ’78) on Mar. 18. The donation from Ginsburg— the single largest commitment in the school’s... Read more


Medical and legal centers partner to create Health Justice Alliance

The Georgetown University Medical Center and Georgetown University Law Center have partnered to form the Georgetown University Health Justice Alliance, a collaboration between the two centers and their training programs.... Read more


Law students petition for paid leave on election day

Georgetown Law Center students began circulating a petition on Oct. 26, asking that the administration cancel all classes and provide all faculty with paid leave on election day. As of... Read more


Free Speech Tabled: A Need for New Rules at the Georgetown University Law Center

The law is blind, but it need not be mute. At the Georgetown University Law Center, however, students have found their expression of political speech blocked by the administration. This... Read more