A Preview of Next Semester
Law School is closed for Christmas break from Dec. 23 - Jan.3.
Held Jan. 5-8 in San Francisco
Professor Lucia Silecchia Helps Train Catholic Climate Ambassadors
Group will help spread Church teaching on the environment.
Official duties begin with the 112th Congress in January, 2011.
Dec. 15 special investigative report: "The Hidden Life of Guns."
CUA Law Launches International Human Rights Summer Law Program
Enrolling for 2011 in Rome.
Alumni urged to support a Haitian legal clinic.
Law School Hosts Annual Auld Lang Syne Luncheon
Dec. 3 occasion has become a holiday tradition.
Professor Roger Colinvaux Quoted in New York Times
Dec. 2 article on proposed cuts to charitable tax deductions.
Commends efforts to increase philanthropy in recent media outlets
Costco v. Omega could also affect how libraries lend books.
The Battle Over School Choice and the Meaning of the Establishment Clause
All views are aired at CUA Law two weeks after the Supreme Court heard a controversial case from Arizona.
CUA Law Vis Arbitration Moot Team Begins Fundraising for 2011 Competition
Scheduled for April in Vienna, Austria.
Litigants from both sides of Therasense case discuss it at CUA Law following courtroom appearance.
Fall Externship Fair is Packed with Area Law Students
Nov. 8 event drew nearly 60 exhibitors.
FINRA CEO Richard Ketchum spoke on Nov. 4.
Oral Arguments were heard on Nov. 3 in Arizona Christian Schools Tuition Organization v. Winn
Professor Roger Colinvaux Speaks at NYU Law School about the Future of Charities and Political Speech
Presents paper analyzing the impact of Citizens United v FEC.
Receives its first annual Excellence in Teaching Award.
Professor Ellen Scully delivered the annual address on Oct. 28th.
Oct. 22 program featured members of the presidential commission on the BP oil disaster.
Professor Suzette Malveaux Moderates Panel on Significant Consumer Law Case
Panelists discuss AT&T Mobility v. Conception
Students together at Duke Law School, Professors Karla Simon and Donna Coleman Gregg are now colleagues on the CUA law faculty.
A Birthday and a Homecoming for Columbus Community Legal Services
Law clinic celebrates 40th anniversary with alumni reunion on Oct. 9th.
Gaining real-life experience in the Small Claims Resource Center Project.
Islam and America: the Challenge of Expanding the Judeo-Christian Paradigm
Federalist Society Sponsors Moot Court Session for Upcoming Supreme Court Free Speech Case
Snyder v. Phelps scheduled for Oct. 6
Dr. P. Ishwara Bhat is a Fulbright professor and scholar.
The Case for a Uniform Bar Exam
Dean Veryl V. Miles publishes her arguments in the Aug. 2010 issue of The Bar Examiner magazine.
Will speak at the University of Mississippi on Oct. 5th.
Top SEC Official Speaks at Catholic University Law School on Sept 13th.
Robert Khuzami heads the Division of Enforcement for the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Jurist serves on U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit
Professor Robert Destro Appears on NPR's Diane Rehm Show on Stem Cell Research
Aug. 31 program discussed recent court ruling that halts federal funding.
Clinic Students Help Prepare Delivered Meals to People With Serious Illness
Aug. 26 day of volunteerism with Food & Friends.
Comments on state initiatives that deal with widespread teenage practice.
Media Paying Attention to CUA Law Professor's Teaching Trip to Auschwitz
Professor Marshall Breger led delegation of Muslim leaders Aug. 8-10.
White House announcement on July 28.
For 1Ls, Law School Begins With a Warm Welcome
Official greetings extended on Aug. 20 to conclude orientation week.
The Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy Selects Staff for Volume XXVII
Thirty-two students to produce upcoming volume.
Speech to legal scholars at Sydney Law School on Aug. 19.
First Lesson in Law School:Community Service Matters
First-year students lend a helping hand at three D.C. locations.
Classes of 2013 and 2014 kick off the academic year.
Professor Amanda Leiter Spotlighted in NationalLaw Journal's Supreme Court Review
July panel discussion featured in NLJ's Aug. 2 issue.
CUA Law Professors Have Center Stage at International Conference
Plenary speakers at International Clinical Legal Education Conference in England.
Recognized as a "Jenny's Hero" by foundation of TV celebrity Jenny Jones.
Staff Members Announced for The Journal of Law, Philosophy and Culture
Students selected based on grades and writing competition.
The Passing of a Civil Rights Giant
William Taylor founded the Center for National Policy Review at CUA Law.
Alumni attorneys receive student help in winning not guilty verdict.
Profiled for article about chief justices of southern state supreme courts.
Alumna Mary Kane, 1999, Tapped as Running Mate by Former Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich
Kane has previously served as Maryland's secretary of state.
Financial Exploitation of the Elderly Discussed at Conference Hosted by CUA Law
June18 program for social workers and attorneys.
Rising 3L Catherine Birdwell is 2010 Recipient of Charles and Louise O'Brien Fellowship
Summer intern at South Texas Pro Bono Asylum Representation Project.
June 22 reception honored six outstanding CUA Law jurists and public servants in the state.
Professor Donna Gregg Delivers Keynote Address to International Telecom Officials
Spoke to delegation from Pakistan on June 14.
June 16 event examined class action litigation against Wal-Mart.
President Obama has 60 days to make selection.
Professor Roger Colinvaux Quoted in New York Times.
June 18: “Nonprofit Advocate Carves Out a For-Profit Niche."
International CUA Law LL.M. Students Get Close Up Look at Supreme Court
Watched six decisions handed down on May 24.
Laila Leigh and Carisa Bergen honored for work in law school's legal clinic.
Class of 2010 is Urged to Follow "Three Signposts"
300 degrees awarded at May 28th commencement.
Live Streaming Video of the Law School Commencement Ceremony, Friday, May 28, 2010.
Presented on May 27.
Cited for revisions to program that funds area legal services.
Opportunity to Provide Legal Help to the Underserved.
Meet the Supremes
Visiting undergraduates are treated to a review of the Supreme Court's most recent term on May 17.
Permits 34 students to pursue legal public service this summer.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia to Deliver the Second Annual Judge Thomas A. Flannery Lecture
Series honors 1940 alumnus of Columbus School of Law.
To serve as executive editor of Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy's National Symposium Board.
Final stretch marked with annual champagne toast.
2L John Heekin presents history of legislative oversight of electronic surveillance in U.S. and U.K.
2010 Burton Awards to be presented on June 14.
As assistant director, leads fight against cyber-based attacks and high-technology crimes.
April 20 Retirement Luncheon Held in His Honor.
Law school hosted "The Supreme Court of the United States: A Young Lawyer's Perspective and the Year in Review" on April 14.
Tax treatment of charities is discussed at fourth CUA Law at the National Press Club Series on April 14.
Professor Mark Rienzi Speaks at Columbia University About Current Issues Surrounding Abortion.
Funds will support organization's virtual museum.
Religious Freedom in the Former USSR
Experts discussed the picture 20 years after the fall of the Soviet Union.
April 11 keynote address given by former U.S. Sen. Larry Pressler.
A Reflection on Philip Hamburger's Law and Judicial Duty.
Sandra Robinson, 1982, to Receive Alumni Achievment Award
One of eight outstanding CUA graduates to be recognized on April 17.
Annual reception was held on April 7.
March issue discusses the challenge of law school diversity.
Fourth-year student Nantz Rickard delivers second Student Scholar Series Lecture for 2010.
First place finish in Capitol City Challenge.
Monday, March 22
Law School Honors 1985 Alumnus Robert L. Stoll
Appointed last year as nation's top patent commissioner.
Examines legal ownership of meteorite that struck Lorton, VA on Jan. 18.
Professor Mary Leary is Quoted in the New York Times
March 21 article: "Rethinking Sex Offender Law for Youth Texting."
Students and faculty break bread on March 19 at law school social luncheon.
2010 Vis Moot Court Team Prepares for Big Stage
Will face 250 competitors in Vienna, Austria.
After Copenhagen, Some Lessons From Rome
Essay by Professor Lucia Silecchia published online by the Catholic Conservation Center.
Roundup: CUA Law in the News
Professor Malveaux Draws Accolades for Presentation at Texas Wesleyan School of Law
Jan. 27 talk examined role of discovery in civil rights litigation.
Obstacles to Justice in East Timor
A jurist's experiences on war crimes panel.
Differing Visions of the Future of War
Explored on Jan. 25.
Law School Earns "Bronze" Distinction for Support of Outlaw Hunger Drive.
1999 Alumna Genevievette Walker-Lightfoot Discusses SEC Investigatory Practices and Role in Madoff Case with Students.
CUA Law's Judge-in-Residence Fred Ugast Frees Man Incarcerated for 28 Years in Light of New DNA Evidence
Law School Welcomes Senior Alumni for Annual Holiday Luncheon