Professor Victor Williams is Guest Columnist, "Recess Appointments: Challenging Senate Obstruction."
Dec. 19 Jurist forum op-ed.
Professor Mark Rienzi Interviewed by National Review Online
Nov. 29 article examines current issues at stake in the Conscience Clause.
Mock Trial Teams Close Semester with Strong Showing
3L Chris Hall selected again as Best Overall Advocate.
Financial Regulation through the Eyes of Tinseltown
Professor David Lipton moderates discussion of Hollywood's treatment of financial regulation.
Alumni Demonstrate Commitment to Pro Bono Service
Share stories with current students of making it work.
More than 50 exhibitors attend on Nov. 8
Held at Army Navy Club on Nov. 3rd.
Clinton Bamberger served as dean from 1969-1975.
Take Best Opening and Closing Argument honors.
Law School Adds to Ranks of New Virginia Lawyers
Oct. 31 bar admission ceremony in Richmond.
Recognized for efforts to improve access to justice for self-represented parties.
Students Urged to be Mindful of the Legal Needs of the Indigent
Oct. 28 lecture from Stephen Bright, president of the Southern Center for Human Rights.
1Ls Ben Lerner and Albert Du Mentioned in Nov. 2011 ABA Journal
Recognized for Community Service Day participation on Aug. 15.
Oct 22 event drew 2,000 marchers.
Students receive helpful tips on being their best during Health and Wellness Month.
Emmy-winning film shown to local law students on Oct. 19th.
WilmerHale partner passed Senate vote on Oct. 21.
Regulating Derivatives: Have We Done Enough?
CFTC senior cousel Eric Juzenas spoke on Oct. 19th.
Leading Figure in Tort Reform Movement Speaks to CUA Law Federalist Society
An address from Victor Schwartz on Oct. 19.
Professor Suzette Malveaux Profiled Online by American Association of University Women
Young Haitians Visit Law School as Part of Youth Ambassadors Program
Invited by CUA-Haiti Initiatives Program.
Aug. 7 article discusses success in current job market.
August 3, 2011.
Notes separation of powers issues.
Professor Suzette Malveaux Participates in ACS Supreme Court Review
Held at National Press Club on June 30.
The Way It Works
An exonerated former prisoner urges law students to fix what's necessary in America's criminal justice system.
Professor Suzette Malveaux Speaks About Black History Month at Area High School
Feb. 9 address at Holy Cross Academy in Kensington, Md.
Three Catholic University Students to Serve as Editors of Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy
Alumnus Daniel M. Gallagher, 1999, is Leading Candidate for Seat on SEC.
Washington Post, April 22.
Professor Roger Colinvaux Quoted in New York Times on Donation of Bose Audio to MIT.
April 29, 2011.
Va. Bar swear-in and New Jersey alumni and friends reception. Professor Megan LaBelle is Interviewed by NPR's Marketplace
Microsoft loses major patent case before Supreme Court. Professor Mark Rienzi Supports Constitutional Challenge to 2010 Health Care Law
Files amicus brief with 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.Professor George P. Smith Named First Visiting Fellow at New Center for Health Information
Indiana University's Center for Law, Ethics and Applied Research in Health Information.Law School Alumna Receives FCBA's Award for Outstanding Government Service
Mary Beth Richards, 1982. Students are Reminded of the Value of a Law Degree at Commencement 2011
272 graduates presented with degrees. Click here to view ceremony videoCertified Ready
Nearly 60 members of the Class of 2011 received Institute certificates on May 26th.
LL.M. Students Return to Walk for Commencement
Travel from Europe to attend May 27 ceremony.Third Law School Alumnus Wins a Seat in Congress
Kathy Hochul,1983, wins special congressional election in upstate New York.Hrant Jamgochian, 2005, Profiled in Washington Post.
Discusses passion for advocacy in May 23, 2011 edition. Alumnus Daniel M. Gallagher to be Nominated as SEC Commissioner
Announced by Obama Administration on May 18.
Two Alumni Tapped for Top Spots in Higher Education
Hampshire College presidency and chair of Syracuse University Board of Trustees.
Dean Veryl Miles Featured in May 2011 Edition of Washington Lawyer
Cover story on changes in legal education.3L Tim Canney is Recognized Among the Nation's Best Student Legal Writers
Will receive 2011 Burton Award on June 13. 2011 Recipients Chosen for Charles and Louise O'Brien Fellowship
1L Mallory Johnson and 2L Marianne Reyes.Judge Loren A. Smith Honored for Service on U.S. Court of Federal Claims
May 10, 2011.
Professor David Lipton to Serve on Board of Advisors for SEC Historical Society
Former Attorney General Assesses Progress of Originalism in American Constitutional Law
Edwin Meese spoke to Federalist Society on April 26. 2L Ellen Berndtson Awarded Prestigious Peggy Browning Fellowship
Ten week summer opportunity to focus on public interest labor law.
Faculty in the News
March - April, 2011 Law School's Pro Bono Effort Celebrated from Within and Without
Recognized by Archdiocesan Legal Network for service.
Money for Something: 3L Jay All Advocates Fair Compensation to Recording Artists for Their Work.
April 14 Student Scholar Series address. Human Nature is Best Teacher in Search for Fairness and Justice
April 11 simulated mediation exercise caps semester-long case for LSP students.Vis Moot Court Team Readies Itself for the Big Show
Willem C. Vis International Moot Commercial Arbitration Moot is April 16-21, 2011Professor Destro Lauds Supreme Court Ruling on Arizona Tax Breaks for Private School ScholarshipsInternational Experts Offer Glimpse of Energy FutureExperts say Slavery is Not Consigned to History, but Alive and Well TodayProfessor Mark Rienzi's Advocacy Scores a Victory in Illinois Religious Objection CaseHistoric Wal-Mart Case Brings Media Demand for Professor Suzette MalveauxHorrific Film Spurs Discussion of Religious Stereotypes
The Stoning of Soraya M.Stock Crash Forensics Explained by Top SEC Official
Causes of "flash crash" of May, 2010 examined.
Law School Honors Recent Alumni Members of the Bench
75 Names add to Judges Wall in 2011.
Law School Inaugurates Dean William Callyhan Robinson Lecture
March 29 address honors patent law giant.
Consumer Protection Project Students Conduct Outreach to Fellow Law Students
March 29 primer on managing credit and debt. Experts Assess the Outlook for Diversity in the Legal Profession
March 25 symposium examines economy's effect on diversity.CILI Marks Quarter-Century with Expert Trade Panel Discussion
Held at Embassy of Poland on March 24. Securities Moot Court Team Reaches Semifinals in NYC.
Kaufman Memorial Securities Law Moot at Fordham Law School. Professor Suzette Malveaux Previews Massive Class Action Suit Upcoming Before Supreme Court
Wal-Mart v. Dukes will be heard on March 29th.20th Anniversary of International Business and Trade Summer Law Program in Cracow is featured in Polish news media.
International Criminal Courts a Proven Success, Says Former Jurist
Professor Mark Rienzi Interviewed on WAMU Radio
Discussed ruling affecting pro-life counseling centers in Montgomery County, MD.
When Regulations Trump Health
3L Melissa Nonaka offers the March Student Scholar Series lecture. Ensuring Enough Spectrum for the Future
CUA law school's 2011 communications law symposium was held at Wiley Rein LLP on March 15..Law School Enjoys Rise in U.S. News Annual Rankings of Best Graduate SchoolsProfessor Marshall Breger is Guest on NPR's Diane Rehm ShowLaw School Honors Two Greats: the Catholic University Law Review and Professor Ralph Rohner
Feb. 26 tribute draws many former law review editors and staff members back for celebration.
Law Review Symposium Examines Supreme Court's Treatment of Regulatory Preemption
Discussion hosted at K & L Gates on Feb. 25th. Students Get an Inside Look at Careers in Securities Law
Six alumni return on Feb. 23 to share tips and advice with job-seekers. SPIL Supporters Prove Loyal and Generous Again in 2011
Public interest law fundraiser exceeds last year's total.
2011 Student Scholar Offers Prescription for Fairer Trade with China
3L Ted Bush inaugurates this year's Student Scholar Series. CUA Team Reaches Final Round in Trial Advocacy Competition
Costello Competition held Feb. 10 to 13. CUA Team Wins Best Brief at Intellectual Property Moot Court Competition
A Human Rights Based Approach to Earthquake Response
Feb. 10 lecture examined issues raised by Haiti's 2010 earthquake.
It's among the items for bid at the 20th SPIL Auction on Feb. 18th.
CUA Law Team Reaches Semifinals at 2011 National Telecommunications Moot Court Competition
International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Bringing Imams to Auschwitz
County Courtroom is Named for CUA Law Alumnus
Clarence E. Martin is one of the law school's earliest graduates.
Kathleen Connolly, 2006, is Profiled in the Dec. 2010 Washingtonian
Article tracks her career as a federal prosecutor.
Catholic University law professor Suzette Malveaux discusses unfilled judgeships.
CUA President John Garvey Invokes Benefits of Legal Training During Inaugural Remarks
Address focused on role of intellect and virtue in Catholic education.
Professor Karla Simon is Panelist at Harvard Conference on Civil Society in China
Jan. 21 to 23, 2011.
CUA Law Graduates Gather for Collegial Luncheon at FINRA
Jan. 20 event brought alumni together at downtown headquarters.
Jan. 18 discussion part of inaugural activities for CUA President John Garvey.
Honoring Dr. King
Law school is part of CUA's contribution to local service projects on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Dean Veryl V. Miles is Newly Elected Member of American Law Institute
Influential organization works to clarify, modernize and improve the law.
Alumni Extend a Helping Hand to the Class of 2012
Offer tips and advice at downtown networking event on Jan. 13th.
Two Telecom Industry Leaders Join CUA Law as Adjunct Instructors
Michael K. Powell and Jeffrey Carlisle will teach new course for the Institute for Communications Law Studies.