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Conference Today: Georgetown Law’s 2019 Samuel Dash Conference on Human Rights to feature Keynote on “Racial Borders” by UN Special Rapporteur

Right now, Georgetown Law’s Human Rights Institute is hosting the 2019 Samuel Dash Conference on Human Rights: “Human Rights and Today’s Vulnerable Migrants.” The 2019 Dash Conference will focus on the human rights of vulnerable with a keynote address on… … Continue reading

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Georgetown Law Conference on Sexual Orientation and Military Preparedness

Since 1990, many U.S. allies have allowed gay and lesbian individuals to serve openly in their militaries. This is the first international conference to examine the effects of these policy changes on military preparedness. Sexual Orientation and Military Preparedness: An… … Continue reading

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Democratic presidential candidate paying for 14 Georgetown law students and two faculty members to go to a detention center in Dilley, Texas

Politico.com: “Democratic presidential candidate REP. JOHN DELANEY (MD.) is paying for 14 Georgetown law students and two faculty members to go to a detention center in Dilley, Texas. The students and professors will spend a week helping provide legal aid … Continue reading

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Georgetown University Law Center Honors Former FTC Chair Robert Pitofsky, Arnold & Porter's Bill Baer Delivers Tribute

From the press release: On September 13, 2018, Georgetown University Law Center hosted a luncheon in honor of former Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chair Robert Pitofskyduring the FTC's Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century. During the… … Continue reading

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Georgetown University Hospital Lab Problems Prompt Closing

Posted by: Salvatore J. Zambri, founding partner      Georgetown University Hospitals lab for genetic analysis for breast cancer has closed and is being investigated by federal health officials, according to a Washington Post article (8/5/2010). In addition, tissue samples … Continue reading

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