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  • Catholic Law Professor Lucia Silecchia's latest edition of Ordinary Times - Reuniting

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  • Law Students Take Much Needed Study Break at 26th Annual Catholic Law Pancake Supper

    Law Students Take Much Needed Study Break at 26th Annual Catholic Law Pancake Supper

    On December 4, students at The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law headed to the Law School café for the 26th Annual Pancake Supper.

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  • NYC Alumni Reception

    Distinguished Alumni Awardees Honored at NYC Alumni Christmas Party

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  • Catholic Law Alumnus and Commissioner of the FCC, Brendan Carr ’05, Honored at The Phoenix Center’s 19th Annual U.S. Telecoms Symposium

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  • Bicentennial Award presented to Professor Emeritus George P. Smith

    Catholic Law Professor Emeritus George P. Smith Received the University Bicentennial Award from Indiana University

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  • Catholic Law Alumna Katherine Meyer '76 Steps into Position as Director of Harvard Law School’s Animal Law & Policy Clinic

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  • Catholic Law Professor Emeritus George P. Smith Renewed His Affiliation with Indiana University

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  • Catholic Law Professor Marshall Breger had his op-ed, The Elephant in the Impeachment Inquiry, published in moment

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  • Christmas tree lighting ceremony at catholic law

    Catholic Law Held It's Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

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  • LTIAA Panel Discussion

    The Law and Technology Institute Alumni Association Held a Panel Discussion and Networking Event Focused on Career Evolution 5, 10, and 15 Years After Law School

    The LTIAA panel discussion revolved around how the panelists careers, approaches to networking, and job transitions have evolved after practicing law for 5, 10, and 15 years.

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  • D. Michael Lyles

    Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley Announced D. Michael Lyles ’94 as His Appointment for City Attorney

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  • David C. Reeves '95 has been Elevated to Chair of the Florida Board of Bar Examiners

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  • SEC Headquarters in Washington, DC

    The Securities and Exchange Commission Named Marie-Louise Huth '06 as Chief Counsel for the Division of Economic and Risk Analysis

    The Securities and Exchange Commission named Marie-Louise (Malou) Huth '06 as Chief Counsel for the Division of Economic and Risk Analysis (DERA).

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  • Bobbi Liebenberg

    Roberta Liebenberg '75 was the 2019 inductee to the American Antitrust Institute’s Private Antitrust Enforcement Hall of Fame

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  • students pose with faculty for a photo

    Chief of Staff and Counselor to the President of The Catholic University of America Lawrence J. Morris Delivers 2019 Mirror of Justice Address

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  • Catholic Law Professor Mark Rienzi Spoke About Religious Freedom at the Jewish Leadership Conference in New York City

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  • Catholic Law Professor Roger Colinvaux Joined Four Others on a Brief in the 11th Circuit

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  • A group of people talking at a luncheon

    Securities Law Alumni, Students, and Staff Gather at Army Navy Club for the Annual Securities Law Luncheon

    The 36th Annual Securities Law Luncheon: A Celebration of Community

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  • students talking to panelists

    Panelists Discuss Human Trafficking Policy, Past and Future

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  • Catholic Law Professor Roger Colinvaux Spoke to New York City Bar about the 50th Anniversary of the Tax Reform Act of 1969

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  • US Capitol

    Catholic Law Ranked a Top Five Producer of Lawyers Who Work in Congress

    The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law was ranked at #5 by LegBranch as one of the schools that produces the most lawyers in Congress.

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  • The Faith in Action Speaker Series Considers Protecting Freedoms and Serving Persons

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  • Jill Dash

    The American Constitution Society Holds Lecture on the Judicial Nomination Process

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  • Catholic Law Professor Roger Colinvaux Recently Cited in a Report by Congressional Joint Economic Committee

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  • Catholic Law Professor Emerita Leah Wortham recently published an article in the Clinical Law Review

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  • Catholic Law Professor Roger Colinvaux was a commentator at a conference held by the National Center on Philanthropy and the Law at NYU

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  • Wojciech Jarosiński '10 (LL.M.) was profiled in the Fall 2019 issue of National Jurist

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    Catholic Law's Parent Group hosted a Halloween Trick-or-Treat and Pumpkin Decoration Event at the Law School

    On October 30, 2019, Catholic Law's Parent Group hosted a Trick-or-Treat and pumpkin decoration event for the children of students, faculty, and staff at the Law School.

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  • SEC Headquarters in Washington, DC

    Catholic Law Alumna Named Associate Director in SEC’s Investment Adviser/Investment Company Examination Program

    The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that Natasha Vij Greiner '01 has been named Associate Director in its Office of Compliance Inspections and Examination’s (OCIE) investment adviser and investment company examination program.

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  • Catholic Law Professor Antonio Perez participated in the Catholic University of Colombia's Conference on Private International Law in Bogota, Colombia

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  • Family and Friends of Students at Catholic Law Come Together to Experience a Day in the Life of a Law Student and Learn the Importance of Giving Back Through Pro Bono Work

    Family and Friends of Students at Catholic Law Come Together to Experience a Day in the Life of a Law Student and Learn the Importance of Giving Back Through Pro Bono Work

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  • Catholic Law Professor Heidi Mandanis Schooner was part of a panel exploring the different approaches currently regulating fintech and future developments in the field

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  • law student at bat

    The Second Annual Cardinal Classic: A Day of Competition and Community 

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  • Catholic Law Professor Mary Graw Leary co-wrote an op-ed published in the Washington Examiner on what it would mean if prostitution were legalized in Washington, D.C.

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  • Edward Meyers '05 nominated to serve as Judge on the United States Court of Federal Claims

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  • Cynthia Wright

    The Prosecutor’s Role as a Voice for Victim’s Rights

    Cynthia G. Wright discusses the prosecutor’s role as a voice for victim’s rights during the first Faith in Action presentation of the fall 2019 semester.

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  • Let's go Nats

    Alumnus and One of the Minority Owners of the Washington Nationals Celebrates the Team's First National League Pennant

    Washington Nationals Fans Celebrate the Team's First National League Pennant

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  • students in atrium

    Three Catholic Law Student Groups Join Together to Hold a Diversity Career Panel Discussion

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  • students assembling lunches

    Catholic Law Students Assemble Lunches for Homeless as Part of #Lunchbag

    Catholic Law students assemble lunches for the homeless during #lunchbag.

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  • Probono training

    First Year Students Prepare For Pro Bono

    More than 50 Catholic Law 1Ls joined Pro Bono Coordinator Kiva Zytnick and Columbus Community Legal Services (CCLS) faculty for an engaging and informative “Mini-Training” to prepare them to participate in pro bono as law students.

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  • Catholic Law's National Trial Team Director Wins Criminal Appeal For Indigent Defendant

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  • Catholic Law Professor Sarah Duggin chaired a panel on "The Importance of the Tone at the Top"

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  • 2019 Summit Cup Trophies

    Catholic Places Second at Summit Cup Trial Competition

    The National Trial Team got its season off to a strong start last weekend with a second place finish at the Summit Cup Trial Competition in Golden, Colorado.

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  • Catholic Law Professor Roger Colinvaux's article, which identifies two goals of the charitable giving tax incentives, was featured as the cover story in Tax Notes

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  • United States Supreme Court

    Catholic Law Professor Mark Rienzi was quoted in reference to the upcoming term for the United States Supreme Court

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  • Catholic Law Alumnus Named Employee of the Year at the Federal Communications Commission

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  • securities law program speakers

    The Securities Law Program Holds a Discussion on the Evolving State and Federal Status of a Best Interest Standard for Broker-Dealer and Investment Advisers

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  • National Champions Begin 2019-2020 Trial Competition Season

    National Champions Begin 2019-2020 Trial Competition Season

    Following training camp in August and the final selection of student advocates, the National Trial Team will begin their 2019-2020 competition season on October 3.

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  • Dean Payne talking to alumni

    The Catholic Law Community Celebrates the 2019 Reunion Weekend and 25th Anniversary of the Law School's Building

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  • Lauren Sormani

    Catholic Law Student Works to Raise Ataxia Awareness

    Catholic Law student, Lauren Sormani, works to Raise Ataxia Awareness and gets Ataxia Awareness Day formaly recognized by the District of Columbia.

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  • Catholic Law Professor Roger Colinvaux co-authored an op-ed in The Chronicle of Philanthropy on a way to Fix Donor-Advised Funds for Both Donors and Charities

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  • Catholic Law Professor Mary Leary was Featured on a National Children's Alliance Podcast Discussing the Sexual Abuse of Children in Institutional Settings

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  • Senate Confirms Catholic Law Professor Robert Destro as the next Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor

    Senate Confirms Catholic Law Professor Robert Destro as the next Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor

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  • Catholic Law Professor Marshall Breger had his op-ed, Will 2020 Be the Year of 'Jexodus'?, published in moment

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  • Catholic Law Professor Roger Colinvaux was cited in an article entitled The Perils of Billionaire Philanthropy, which was published in The Nation

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  • gathering in law school atrium

    The Catholic Law Community Gather and Hold a Moment of Silence in Remembrance of September 11, 2001

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  • Catholic Law Professor Mary Leary Discussed the Maryland Court of Appeals' Ruling that Teen Sexting Counts as Distributing Child Pornography on WAMU

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  • Catholic Law Professor Lucia Silecchia's latest edition of Ordinary Times Recalls the Sorrow of September 11th

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    A Group of Argentinean Judges Visited Catholic Law

    The Exchange and Judicial Studies Academy, a group of judges, law clerks, and public officers from Argentina, visited The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law.

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  • Catholic Law Environmental Law Adjunct Lecturer Barry Breen won the Environment, Energy and Resources Government Attorney of the Year Award

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  • Professor Lucia Silecchia was quoted in a Catholic News Agency article, which was discussing what is next for pro-life legislation

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  • Two of Catholic Law Professor Mary Leary's articles were just cited by the Maryland Supreme Court

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    Catholic Law's Law and Technology Institute Held a Career Development Workshop for LTI students

    Catholic Law's Law and Technology alumni "Pay it Forward" by helping current LTI students at a Career Development Workshop on August 24, 2019.

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  • group of students at train station in Poland

    The International Business and Trade Summer Law Program in Cracow, Poland, Remains a Strong and Vibrant Opportunity for Law Students

    Catholic Law's International Business and Trade Summer Law Program in Cracow, Poland, entered its 28th year this past summer. The program's externship opportunities, cultural exhange, and course selection are only some of the reasons for its continued success.

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  • Stephen Payne talking to law students

    SBA & ELSA Welcome Dean Stephen C. Payne to Catholic Law

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  • Catholic Law Professor Lucia Silecchia's latest edition of Ordinary Times focuses on the beginning of a new school year

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  • students packing back to school kits

    Incoming Students Conclude Orientation with Community Service Day

    Cleaning, gardening, fixing up classrooms, or spending time with the elderly won't show up on a law school class syllabus, but those activities are nonetheless an integral part of Catholic Law's long tradition of dedication to service.

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  • students being inducted into Catholic Law

    First-Year Class Inducted into the Columbus School of Law

    Students within the entering 1L were asked to recognize their future role as lawyers and public citizens with a "special responsibility for the quality of justice," by reciting a short "induction" pledge, administered by the Honorable Colleen Kollar-Kotelly '68.

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  • students at luncheon

    Catholic Law Welcomes the Classes of 2022 and 2023

    On August 14, 2019, The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law community welcomed new full-time and part-time students to the Law School.

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  • class of 2023 pose for a photo

    All Students have the Opportunity to Make Their Mark at Catholic Law

    The Law School welcomes the class of 2022 and 2023, and looks forward to these students making their marks and creating the stories that will be shared as we build up to Orientation 2020!

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  • Catholic Law Pro Bono Coordinator Kiva K. Zytnick was highlighted in the Summer 2019 issue of the Pro Bono & Justice newsletter from the Association of American Law Schools

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  • CUA Law Professor Megan La Belle’s article Influencing Juries in Litigation Hot Spots was published in the Indiana Law Journal

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  • CUA Law Summer Bar Prep

    CUA Law's Office of Academic Affairs holds Summer Bar Prep Program on Campus for Recent Graduates 

    CUA Law's Supportive Community assists recent graduates with Summer Bar Prep

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  • CUA Law Alumna Appointed to Apyx Medical Corporation’s Board of Directors

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  • Professor Emeritus George Smith participated in the International Congress on Law and Mental Health in Rome and presented a paper

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  • DC Flag

    CUA Law Alumna, Rainey Brandt '95, Confirmed to DC Superior Court

    The United States Senate confirmed four DC Superior Court nominees, including two current magistrate judges, to serve as Associates Judges on Superior Court

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  • CUA Law Professor Antonio Perez was quoted in a Law360 article about a Third Circuit decision and how it opens the door to creditor claims against Venezuela and the difficult path to collection

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  • Tonya Gaskins

    Tonya Gaskins presented at the ACES Summer Program Professional Pathways Expo 

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  • University of Cambridge

    Professor Emeritus George Smith was a visiting fellow at the University of Cambridge in July

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  • Epistemic Communities at the Boundaries of Law

    Professor Catherine Klein wrote the preface for a new book on the development of clinics in Italy and Spain

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  • Supreme Court of the United States

    CUA Law Professor Mark Rienzi's article about the Supreme Court's religious liberty cases was published on the SCOTUSblog.

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  • Chima Okoli

    Chima Okoli '17 has been named Penn State's new representative on the Big Ten Advisory Commission

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  • a group of law school professionals pose for a photo

    Tonya Gaskins moderated the panel "What Do Lawyers Do" at the Law Schools Admissions Council DC Forum

    Tonya Gaskins moderated the panel "What Do Lawyers Do" at the Law Schools Admissions Council DC Forum.

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  • Roberta (“Bobbi”) Liebenberg '75

    Roberta (“Bobbi”) Liebenberg '75 was honored by The National Law Journal as one of the country’s Elite Women of the Plaintiffs’ Bar

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  • Lauren Huston and Senator John Thune

    Lauren Huston, a rising 3L, commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Navy JAG Corps

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  • CUA Law Alumnus and BOV Member was appointed to the Jury of the 17th edition of the Presidential Economic Award

    CUA Law Alumnus and BOV Member was appointed to the Jury of the 17th edition of the Presidential Economic Award

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  • CUA Law Adjunct Professor Daniel Bress Confirmed to Serve as Circuit Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

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  • CUA Law Professor Regina Jefferson was reappointed by President Trump as a Member of the Advisory Committee to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation

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  • New CUA Law Dean Stephen Payne Profiled in the Arlington Catholic Herald

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  • CUA Law Alumnus, Peter Casciano '07, Honored with Trailblazer Award

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  • CUA Law Professor Sarah H Duggin co-authored an article entitled “Ethical Rules and Professional Liability Risks of Business Lawyers Advising on Executive Protection Programs” in Business Law Today

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  • CUA Law Alumnus and prosecutor in Rodney King police brutality case, Barry F. Kowalski '73, passed away

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  • CUA Law Professor Mary G. Leary was interviewed by WWL First News regarding the seal of confession and child abuse

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  • Katie Crowley

    Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Presented at Annual National Association for Law Student Affairs Professionals Conference

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  • Meet 2019 Alumni Achievement Award Winner Jeffrey Moreland '70

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  • CUA Law Alumnus, James P. Ulwick '77, Honored with the John Adams Award

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  • CUA Law Professor Antonio Perez wrote a book review entitled How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bots, and How I Learned to Start Worrying About Democracy for the 27 Cath. U. J. L. & Tech 129 (2019)

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    CUA Law Alumni Recognized as Top in Litigation and Arbitration in Poland

    Kubas Kos Galkowski, was recognized as the best law firm in the scope of litigation and arbitration in Poland.

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    CUA Law Students, Alumni, and Staff Participate in Lawyers Have Heart Race

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  • Student helping client with taxes

    CUA Law Tax Clinic Prepared 390 Returns for Clients

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  • CUA Law Student Serves Clients at Maryland Legal Aid this Summer

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  • CUA Law Professor Lucia Silecchia spoke at the 29th Annual Conference of University Faculty for Life

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  • CUA Law Professor Sarah Duggin chaired a panel on Compliance Pathways and presented a paper at the second international ComplianceNet Conference

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  • CUA Law Alumna Elected Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for the National Council for Adoption

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  • Students Honored for Dedication to the Columbus Community Legal Services and the Law School

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  • Judge Newman to Students: Go out there and do what God put you on this earth to do

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  • Graduates Presented Law School Alumni Association Awards

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  • Graduates Awarded Honors for Academic Achievement and Pro Bono Participation

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  • CUA Law Professor Lucia Silecchia was a panelist during two discussions on the Church in Crisis held in California

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  • Institute and Special Program Students Recognized at Certificate Ceremony

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  • CUA Law Professor Mary G. Leary was quoted in a Washington Post article regarding a child pornography case

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  • Kathleen Kirby '91 Receives the 2019 Pay it Forward Award

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  • two students standing in front of CCLS

    CUA Law Clinic Students Obtain Special Immigrant Juvenile Status for Guatemalan Client

    CUA Law Columbus Community Legal Services students Haley Hoff (3L) and Sean Grafton (3L) represented a young girl who obtained predicate orders for Special Immigration Juvenile Status.

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  • Payton Murphy (3L) and Elizabeth Ulan (3L)

    CUA Law Clinic Students Obtain Special Immigrant Juvenile Status for Honduran Client

    CUA Law Columbus Community Legal Services students Payton Murphy (3L) and Elizabeth Ulan (3L) represented a boy who obtained predicate orders for Special Immigration Juvenile Status.

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  • CUA Law Alumnus, Piotr Gajewski '99, Discusses A Career Outside of Law

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  • CUA Law Alumnus Appointed as Executive Vice President of Public Affairs for the National Restaurant Association

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  • CUA Law Professor Roger Colinvaux was quoted in a San Francisco Chronicle article entitled Billionaire's student loan pledge puts pressure on wealthy

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  • CUA Law Clinical Professor of Law A.G. Harmon was interviewed by Catholic Writers on the Dignity of Work and Writing

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  • CUA Law Professor Stacy Brustin had her op-ed, which shared her experience touring a prison-like immigration detention center in New Mexico, published in USA Today

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  • CUA Law Dean Regina Jefferson Honored as the new University Marshal during The Catholic University of America's 130th Commencement Ceremony

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  • CUA Law Professor Stacy Brustin received the 2019 Ayuda Hall of Fame: Lifetime Legacy Award

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  • CUA Law Professor Mary Leary was quoted in a Washington Times article regarding a potential Supreme Court case

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  • CUA Law Professor Antonio Perez was interviewed on the Kresta Radio show on May 10, 2019 regarding the moral and legal aspects of potential U.S. military intervention in Venezuela

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  • photo of the Columbus school of law front entrance with cherry blossoms

    CUA Law Ranked in the Top 10 Law Schools for Graduates in Government and Public Interest Jobs, and in the Top 30 for Federal Clerkships and State and Local Clerkships

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  • CUA Law Alumnus Appointed as Charles County Attorney

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  • Assistant Dean of Career and Professional Development Tonya Gaskins Presented at The 2019 NALP Conference

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  • CUA Law Professor Lucia Silecchia's biweekly column On Ordinary Times

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  • The Supreme Court of the United States

    CUA Law Students Visit the Supreme Court of the United States to Meet Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg

    CUA Law Students Visit the Supreme Court of the United States to Meet Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg

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  • CUA Law Holds DC Bar Swearing-In Ceremony for July 2018 Bar takers

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  • CUA Law Professor Roger Colinvaux's article Social Welfare and Political Organizations: Ending the Plague of Inconsistency was published the NYU Journal of Legislation and Public Policy

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  • CUA Law Students Visit the Supreme Court of the United States to Meet Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg

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  • CUA Law Professor Megan M. La Belle and Professor Heidi Schooner spoke at the faculty scholarship presentation Fintech: New Battle Lines in the Patent Wars?

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  • Leonard Leo talking with some students and alumni in the law school atrium

    CUA Law Federalist Society Presents The Structural Constitution

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  • CUA Law Alumna Helped Develop Second Annual Hack Response Simulation

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  • group of CUA Law students at the Supreme Court of the United States

    CUA Law Students Attend Supreme Court Oral Argument: Flowers V. Mississippi

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  • Class of 2019 Champagne Toast: Looking Towards the Future

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  • 2019 Dean's Scholarship Dinner Celebrating the CUA Law Community and Benefitting Student Scholarships

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  • The Maryland Juvenile Lifer Parole Representation Project Received an Honorable Mention from the 2019 CLEA Awards

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  • CUA Law Alumnus Received Distinguished Service Award from the Manchester Bar Association

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  • Nneka Maceo

    Nneka Maceo Awarded 2019 Peggy Browning Summer Fellowship

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  • CUA Law Alumna Named President of The Robert H. Jackson Center

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  • CUA Law Scholarship Published in Cooperation with Jagiellonian University

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  • A Panel Discussion on Careers in Employee Benefits Law

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  • Andrea Laprade

    Andrea Laprade Awarded 2019 Squire Patton Boggs Public Policy Fellowship

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  • 2019 Columbus Awards Night

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  • The Immigration and Refugee Interest Society presents The State of the Border

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  • CUA Law Professor Lucia Silecchia has recently spoke at two conferences regarding The Church in Crisis

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  • CUA Law Pro Bono Coordinator Kiva K. Zytnick co-authored an ABA article regarding Alternative Spring Break 2019

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  • Angela Scott with BLSA board

    Angela J. Scott '02 Honored by Black Law Students Association

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  • student speaking at CUA Research day

    Members of the CUA Law Community Take Part in the Fourth Annual Catholic University Research Day

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  • LTIAA panel discussion

    Law and Technology Institute Alumni Association hosts talk with Brendan Carr and David Redl

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  • law professor talking to students in the hallway

    1L Lawyering Skills Program (LSP) Appellate Arguments Lead to Mediation Exercise

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  • Gun Control in the Face of a New Supreme Court & Congress

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  • CUA Law Honors Students for Pro Bono Service

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  • CUA Law Alumna was promoted to Judge at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board

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  • Leading Health Care Lawyer, Army Vet, Named New Dean of Columbus School of Law

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  • National Trial team champions with coaches

    CUA Law Wins 2019 National Trial Competition

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  • CUA Law Professor Robert Destro had a Confirmation Hearing on March 27, 2019, for his nomination as the Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor

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  • CUA Law Staff Spotlight - The Office of Admissions

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  • CUA Law Professor Stacy Brustin was appointed to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences project: Making Justice Accessible: Designing Legal Services for the 21st Century

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  • CUA Law Professor Sarah Duggin spoke at the spring meeting of the ABA Business Law Section panel on Advising Boards & Management: Ethical Rules & Professional Liability Risks of Corporate Counsel

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  • Fear 2 Freedom: CUA Law students support survivors of sexual assault

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  • MNSLA and OCPD Host Privacy Today: United States and International Legal Perspectives Panel

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  • LTSA group photo with chairman Pai

    The Law and Technology Students Association Host Trivia with Chairman Ajit Pai Event

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  • Daniel Enos

    CUA Law Student Daniel Enos Selected to Participate in Corporate Scholars Program

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  • Roger Hartley

    CUA Law Professor Roger C. Hartley delivered a faculty scholarship presentation entitled Two Faces of Confederate Monuments

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  • Group of students and alumni networking in the law school atrium

    Securities Law Program Hosts Spring Career Panel

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  • CUA Law Professor Marshall Breger spoke on a panel at the Permanent Neutrality: A Model for Peace, Security, and Justice Conference

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  • CUA Law Professor Mary Leary was quoted in a NYTs article

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  • CUA Law Professor Mark Rienzi participated in a Religion and the Administrative State Panel at The C. Boyden Gray Center

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  • competitors registering for the Sutherland cup in the law school atrium

    Columbus School of Law, Newseum, and Freedom Forum Institute Host 2019 Seigenthaler-Sutherland National First Amendment Moot Court Competition

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  • The Securities Law Lecture Series Continues with a Discussion on Charges for Order Flow and Market Information

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  • Student Scholars Series Presentation from Elizabeth Ulan on The DreamHost Freedom: The Right to Redact

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  • Mark Hetfield Delivers Brendan F. Brown Lecture: Refugees - Whose Responsibility?

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  • CUA Law Professor Lucia Silecchia wrote a NY Daily op-ed regarding the College Admissions Scandal

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  • two speakers in the Slowinski courtroom

    DLSA Hosts A Campaign Finance & Election Law Conversation

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  • CUA Law Professor Lucia Silecchia was quoted in a National Catholic Register article regarding assisted suicide battles in several states

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  • CUA Law Professor Roger Colinvaux was quoted in a Chronicle of Philanthropy article on the College Admissions Scandal

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  • CUA Law Professor Mark Rienzi was quoted in a Catholic News Agency article regarding religious groups providing educational services

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  • CUA Law Professor Antonio Perez served as an expert commentator in the drafting process of the Guide on the Law Applicable to International Commercial Contracts in the Americas

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  • Students for Public Interest Law Host 28th Annual Auction: A Night of Chance!

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    2020 US News Ranking

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  • CUA Law Alumna Nominated as Director of the Office of Personnel Management

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  • Access to Justice panel discussion

    Black Law Students Association Hosts Access to Justice Event

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  • CUA Law Professor Roger Colinvaux spoke on a Donor Advised Funds panel at the 2019 Annual Exempt Organizations Update

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  • CUA Law Alumnus Elected Chairman of the National Association of Home Builders

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  • Capitol Hill Perspectives on Tech Policy panel discussion

    LTSA and LPPS Host Capitol Hill Perspectives on Tech Policy Panel

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  • CUA Law Hosts 25th Annual National Telecommunications and Technology Moot Court Competition (NatTel)

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  • First Year Students, Faculty, and Staff Gather For Annual Luncheon to Celebrate a Connected and Supportive Community

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  • Winning trial team posing with photo and judges

    CUA Law Wins First Place Award at the Second Annual Ellen A. (Nell) Hennessy Employee Benefits Competition

    CUA Law Wins First Place Award at the Second Annual Ellen A. (Nell) Hennessy Employee Benefits Competition

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  • CUA Law Professor Lucia Silecchia spoke at the 12th Annual Dean's Diversity Forum

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  • ACEBC and CUA Law Sponsor and Host Second Annual Ellen A. (Nell) Hennessy Moot Court Competition

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  • Student Scholars Series Presentation from Paul St. Clair (3L) on Antitrust in an Information Age

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  • CUA Law Alumna Sworn In As Assistant Administrator of the Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention

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  • The Securities Law Lecture Series Continues with a Discussion on The Dodd Frank Act in our De-Regulatory Environment

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  • CUA Law Community Gathers to Kickoff Final 100 Days

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  • John N. Sharifi, Vania Smith, Jennifer Brooker, Patrick Elwell, and Lindsey Cloud Mervis

    CUA Trial Team Wins Regional Championship, Qualifies for Nationals

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  • Spring 2019 Externship Fair Draws Strong Interest From Employers and Students

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  • CUA Law Hosts Beyond Professional Responsibility: A Transition to Practice Panel

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  • CUA Law Hosts The Practice of Law in the Gray Area of Covert Action

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  • Julie A. Bowen

    CUA Law Alumna Julia A. Bowen Appointed to WidePoint Corporation Board of Directors

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  • CUA Law Professor Lucia Silecchia debuted the new biweekly column On Ordinary Times in January 2019

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  • CUA Law Library Honors Black History Month with Black Migrations and Social Justice Display and Exhibit

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  • Catholic University Law Review Hosts Annual Symposium: Celebrating the 230th Anniversary of the Judiciary Act of 1789 and Reflecting on the Challenges of Our Federal Justice System

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  • CUA Law Professor Roger Colinvaux spoke on the Tax Exempt Tax Reform: The Impact of TCJA on Tax-Exempt Organizations panel sponsored by the D.C. Bar on January 29, 2019

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  • Student Scholars Series Kicks off with a Presentation from Ashley Greaf (4E) on Political Contributions Through Text Message

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  • CUA Law Professor Lucia Silecchia moderated the afternoon discussion at The Role of the Laity in Responding to the Crisis: Theological and Historical Foundations on February 6

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  • CUA Law Professor Antonio Perez was quoted in a Law360 article entitled

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  • CUA Law Adjunct Professor Daniel Bress Nominated to Serve as Circuit Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

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  • Paige Markley, Katie Crowley, Reid Mene, Michael Cervino, Marin Scordato, and Chadwick O'Neill

    CUA Law Moot Court Association Hosts Soapbox Competition

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  • CUA Law Professor Marshall Breger wrote an op-ed about Americans wanting an immigration fix in moment

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  • CUA Law and The Journal of Law and Technology Hosts the 2019 Spring Symposium

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  • CUA Law Hosts Roundtable Event on Racial Bias

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  • CUA Law Professor Mary Leary was appointed Chair of the Victim Advisory Group of the United States Sentencing Commission

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  • Law Students doing volunteer work in a kitchen

    CUA Law Students, Faculty, and Staff Join Together for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service

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  • CUA Law Offers Free Tax Return Preparation

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  • CUA Law Professor Roger Colinvaux recently published a book chapter entitled Ways the Charitable Deduction has Shaped the US Charitable Sector

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  • Hester Peirce Delivers Faith in Action talk on Capital Markets and Human Capital

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  • Compliance, Investigations & Corporate Responsibility Program (CICR) Approved By University Academic Senate

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  • CUA Law Street Law Program Brings Judge to Speak to High School Students

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  • CUA Law Alumnus Named President and Chief Operating Officer of MarketAxess

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  • CUA Law Professor Heidi Mandanis Schooner spoke on the panel The Next Financial Crisis sponsored by the AALS Section on Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services

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  • CUA Law Alumnus, Stanley Woodward '08, was featured in Washington Lawyer Magazine

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  • Professor Emeritus George P. Smith has published his seventeenth book entitled, Dignity as a Human Right?

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