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Professor Mark Rienzi Interviewed by National Review Online

Professor Mary Leary's op-ed, "Sexual Abuse and Moral Indifference," Public Discourse, Nov. 29.  
Professor Marshall Breger's op-ed, "Ancient Texting: the Urgency of Jewish-Muslim Dialogue," Huffington Post, Nov. 29.   

Mock Trial Teams Close Semester with Strong Showing
3L Chris Hall selected again as Best Overall Advocate.   


Financial Regulation through the Eyes of Tinseltown 

Law School Observes Veterans Day with Personal Touch

Professor Mark Rienzi Assists Lawsuit Challenging Government Health Mandate

Alumni Demonstrate Commitment to Pro Bono Service

Former Law School Dean is Honored by the Baltimore Historical Society Clinton Bamberger served as dean from 1969-1975.

Law School Adds to Ranks of New Virginia Lawyers

Ranked 36th among nation's law schools by new study.

1Ls Ben Lerner and Albert Du Mentioned in Nov. 2011 ABA Journal

Recognized for Community Service Day participation on Aug. 15.  

General Advice
Students receive helpful tips on being their best during Health and Wellness Month.

Regulating Derivatives: Have We Done Enough? 

Leading Figure in Tort Reform Movement Speaks to CUA Law Federalist Society 

Professor Roger Colinvaux Testifies Before Senate Finance Committe on Charitable Giving

Lawyering 'Still a Great Profession' says Longtime Former Jurist
Hon. Patrick J. Schiltz delivers 43rd Pope John XXIII Lecture on Oct. 11.
Stephen Murphy, Class of 1976, accepted an award on behalf of law firm Reed Smith.
Acting special inspector general for top watchdog agency speaks at CUA Law on Oct. 3. 
Delivered by Phyllis C. Borzi, Class of 1978 and assistant secretary with the U.S. Department of Labor.
Raises $5,000 in support of St. Ann's Infant and Maternity Home. 
Michael J. Bidwill, Class of 1990 and president of the Arizona Cardinals, spoke on Sept. 15th.
High Court Faces Few Easy Calls in Current Term, Federalist Society Told. Professor Ilya Somin speaks at CUA Law on Sept. 14.
Students Sample Multiple Menus During Field Day Picnic
Nearly 50 student organizations were represented on Sept. 9th.

Professor Suzette Malveaux Profiled Online by American Association of University Women
Aug. 26 online edition.  

Young Haitians Visit Law School as Part of Youth Ambassadors Program. Invited by CUA-Haiti Initiatives Program. 
University president speaks to 1Ls during orientation week.
2010 and 2011 graduates pair with state and federal judges.
Professor Victor Williams' unique take is published in the Huffington Post. 
2011 students launched impressive variety of projects.
Legal Services Society Remains Engaged with New Orleans

Professor Suzette Malveaux Participates in ACS Supreme Court Review 

Catholic University's law school hosts annual D.C. conference on issues facing the elderly.
Filed amicus brief in April 4 decision.  
Law School hosts Developments in Energy Law Conference.
April 7 program on child trafficking at National Press Club.
April 5th ruling for lawsuit filed in 2005. 
Widely quoted in wake of March 29 Supreme Court arguments.
Ranked 79th in 2012 survey. 
Discussed March 10 House hearings on Radicalization of Islamic-Americans.

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

Three Catholic University Students to Serve as Editors of Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy
Professor Roger Colinvaux Quoted in New York Times on Donation of Bose Audio to MIT.

Professor Megan LaBelle is Interviewed by NPR's Marketplace

Professor Mark Rienzi Supports Constitutional Challenge to 2010 Health Care Law

Professor George P. Smith Named First Visiting Fellow at New Center for Health Information

Law School Alumna Receives FCBA's Award for Outstanding Government Service

Students are Reminded of the Value of a Law Degree at Commencement 2011

Certified Ready
LL.M. Students Return to Walk for Commencement

Third Law School Alumnus Wins a Seat in Congress

Hrant Jamgochian, 2005, Profiled in Washington Post.

Alumnus Daniel M. Gallagher to be Nominated as SEC Commissioner

Two Alumni Tapped for Top Spots in Higher Education

Dean Veryl Miles Featured in May 2011 Edition of Washington Lawyer

3L Tim Canney is Recognized Among the Nation's Best Student Legal Writers

2011 Recipients Chosen for Charles and Louise O'Brien Fellowship

Judge Loren A. Smith Honored for Service on U.S. Court of Federal Claims

Professor David Lipton to Serve on Board of Advisors for SEC Historical Society

Former Attorney General Assesses Progress of Originalism in American Constitutional Law

2L Ellen Berndtson Awarded Prestigious Peggy Browning Fellowship

Faculty in the News
, March - April, 2011 

Law School's Pro Bono Effort Celebrated from Within and Without

Money for Something: 3L Jay All Advocates Fair Compensation to Recording Artists for Their Work.

Human Nature is Best Teacher in Search for Fairness and Justice

Vis Moot Court Team Readies Itself for the Big Show

Professor Destro Lauds Supreme Court Ruling on Arizona Tax Breaks for Private School Scholarships

International Experts Offer Glimpse of Energy Future

Experts say Slavery is Not Consigned to History, but Alive and Well Today

Professor Mark Rienzi's Advocacy Scores a Victory in Illinois Religious Objection Case

Historic Wal-Mart Case Brings Media Demand for Professor Suzette Malveaux

Horrific Film Spurs Discussion of Religious Stereotypes

Stock Crash Forensics Explained by Top SEC Official

Law School Honors Recent Alumni Members of the Bench

Law School Inaugurates Dean William Callyhan Robinson Lecture

Consumer Protection Project Students Conduct Outreach to Fellow Law Students

Experts Assess the Outlook for Diversity in the Legal Profession

CILI Marks Quarter-Century with Expert Trade Panel Discussion

Securities Moot Court Team Reaches Semifinals in NYC.

Professor Suzette Malveaux Previews Massive Class Action Suit Upcoming Before Supreme Court

International Criminal Courts a Proven Success, Says Former Jurist

Professor Mark Rienzi Interviewed on WAMU Radio

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 Schools

Professor Marshall Breger is Guest on NPR's Diane Rehm Show

Law School Honors Two Greats: the Catholic University Law Review and Professor Ralph Rohner

Law Review Symposium Examines Supreme Court's Treatment of Regulatory Preemption

Students Get an Inside Look at Careers in Securities Law

SPIL Supporters Prove Loyal and Generous Again in 2011

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.
Stay a Week in Costa Rica!  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
Hon. Michael Mukasey discussed the war on terrorism on Feb. 7th.

International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Bringing Imams to Auschwitz. An editorial in the Huffington Post by Professor Marshall Breger

Kathleen Connolly, 2006, is Profiled in the Dec. 2010 Washingtonian


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. 

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