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Welcome the American University Washington College of Law alumni community! Stay up to date on upcoming events both locally and in your city, connect with alumni and friends, and find out about the alumni services: *Receive or replace your Alumni card *Get involved with AUWCL student groups *Audit a class *Send class notes *Update your contact information
ALUMNI WEBINAR: BE AN INFORMED BORROWER
On Friday, May 17, 2019 at 4:00pm EST, join Alumni Relations and Dr. Jeffrey E. Hanson, a national expert on student loans, to learn more about how you can take advantage of the benefits that come with federal student loans. This 75-minute webinar will also provide opportunities for you to submit your questions regarding any issues regarding student loan repayment. Sign up today! #alumnirelations #studentloans #learnmore
Have you seen the Spring 2019 issue of The Advocate, American University Washington College of Law's alumni magazine? This issue’s feature story is on the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, a program which offers talented upper-level law students the unique opportunity to teach courses on constitutional law and juvenile justice in public high schools, primarily in underserved urban areas.
Check out this story, and others, here in The Advocate's online version: http://bit.ly/2Uswray
On April 6, American University Washington College of Law presented the inaugural Legends & Leaders Dinner, hosted by the John Sherman Myers Society.
The celebratory event honored the dedication and philanthropy of the extended AUWCL community, along with this year’s numerous scholarship recipients, including 2018-19 Myers Law Scholarship recipients 2L Lisa Ndembu Lumeya and 3L Stephanie M. Daigle.
Learn more: http://bit.ly/2VzBPtM
April 2019 marks the 20th anniversary of the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, a program that has made a major impact on the lives and careers of those who have participated in it.
Founded in 1999 by American University Washington College of Law Professors Rep. Jamie Raskin and Stephen Wermiel, the program offers talented upper-level law students the unique opportunity to teach courses on constitutional law and juvenile justice in public high schools, primarily in underserved urban areas. This push for constitutional literacy is rooted in the belief that teaching young people their rights as citizens and other fundamental constitutional principles will result in a more engaged and empowered citizenry.
wcl.american.edu April 2019 marks the 20th anniversary of the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, a program that has made a major impact on the lives and careers of those who have participated in it.
Join us Saturday, March 30 for the 23rd Annual Sylvania Wood Conference on African Americans and the Law, "Criminal Justice Reform in the 21st Century: The Path Forward." The conference will feature a panel discussion with American University Washington College of Law Professor Angela J. Davis; Tara Huffman, director of the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Program Open Society Institute-Baltimore; Mina Q. Malik, former Deputy Attorney General for OAG-DC, lecturer at Harvard Law School, and candidate for Queens District Attorney; and Nicole D. Porter, director of advocacy, The Sentencing Project.
To register, visit: http://bit.ly/2uy3EqL
Join Equal Justice Foundation- WCL tonight at 6 p.m. in Grossman Hall for the annual EJF Auction! Win fun prizes—like lunch with Congressman Jamie Raskin or dinner with American University Washington College of Law of Law Dean Camille Nelson—and help fund public interest internships for AUWCL students!
Learn more: http://bit.ly/2V2lg9F
On Tuesday, we were excited to see alumna Michelle Suskauer ’91, Florida Bar President, on the American University Washington College of Law campus!
Michelle met with Dean Camille Nelson and Associate Dean David Jaffe ’92 – giving them some great updates on her tenure as president of The Florida Bar, including how the Bar hosted its first ever Criminal Justice Summit last fall – and she spoke to Adjunct Professor Tracey Kepler’s evening Ethics class. Thank you Michelle!
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The Administrative Law Review is pleased to invite you to our 2019 Spring Symposium entitled "Presidential Lawmaking and Executive Power," co-sponsored by the AUWCL Program on Law & Government. The symposium will be held this Friday, March 29, 2019 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm in Grossman Hall at the Washington College of Law. The symposium will feature remarks and a panel discussion by scholars and perspectives from the Legislative Branch. Lunch will be provided at 12:00 pm and a networking reception will follow the symposium. For more information and to RSVP, visit: http://ow.ly/T8HT30ocnqQ
UPCOMING WEBINAR: Careers in Hotel Law
This Thursday, March 21, join Matthew Pascocello from AUWCL’s Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Adjunct Professor and Director of Hotel Law & Commercial Transactions at AU Law School Steve Shapiro, and Carl Hurwitz, VP & AGC at Marriott for a glimpse into the economic models of hotel operations, franchising, management agreements, and cybersecurity. Register here: http://bit.ly/2UHg7DJ
While Marriott has more than 6,700 properties across 130 countries, it owns fewer than 20 of the hotels. This same model is true for the other titans of the industry, names like Hyatt, Hilton, and Choice. So who owns the hotels, who operates the hotels, and what are the laws and agreements that govern the industry? This month's WCL Alumni Webinar offers a glimpse into the economic models of hotel operations, plus a look at the role of lawyers in franchising, management agreements, and cybersecurity. It will also explore non-traditional careers in the hospitality industry, including hotel development and asset management.
Join American University Washington College of Law's Equal Justice Foundation for the first ever Equal Justice Run 5k on Saturday, April 6th at 10:30 a.m. in Rock Creek Park.
For details and to register, visit http://bit.ly/2FgmbOl. Early Registration runs through March 22nd.
American University Washington College of Law is pleased to have six specialty programs highly recognized by our peer institutions as some of the top in the nation! With five "Top 10" programs, and Health Law ranked at #15, we continue to expand opportunities in D.C. and around the world. http://ow.ly/CH1B30o1hoN
The American University Washington College of Law Transactional Law Society invites AUWCL alumni to join them for the Second Annual Transactional Law Dinner. Help expose students to various types of transactional law, what transactional practice in each area entails, and how to search for firms within those areas.
If you are interested in attending the event, or if you are interested in being an alumni mentor for students interested in transactional practice, please email Chris White at [email protected].
On Tuesday, March 5, a number of American University Washington College of Law Alumni and admitted students joined American University Washington College of Law Dean Camille Nelson for a Diversity Reception at Momofuku CCDC.
A huge THANK YOU to those that made a gift to Washington College of Law during American University's 36-Hour Giving Challenge — we far surpassed our goal of 125 gifts the first day, resulting in the single largest day of giving in American University Washington College of Law’s history!
Over the two days, a total of 186 donors raised over $25,000! Thank you for supporting AUWCL & our efforts to #ChampionWhatMatters
The challenge has begun! Make your gift of any size today and impact the future generation of legal changemakers.
foundersdaychallenge.communityfunded.net Join the AU community on February 25 and 26 for the #foundersdaychallenge and make your impact!
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DID YOU KNOW: The Princeton Review - College and Beyond has listed American University Washington College of Law among the top 10 best law school for women.
AUWCL is an institution with a unique heritage, founded by two pioneering women – Ellen Spencer Mussey and Emma Gillett – at a time when women were generally excluded from the legal profession. Now, over 120 years later, American University is led by Sylvia M. Burwell, the university's 15th president and the first woman to serve in the role, while Dean Camille Nelson is the fifth female and first Black dean to lead AUWCL. #ChampionWhatMatters
wcl.american.edu Congratulations to American University Washington College of Law 3L Moot Court Honor Society members Lauren Mattioni and Elliot LaParne, who are the 2019 Mid-Atlantic Regional Champions for the Saul Lefkowitz Intellectual Property Moot Court Competition.
The AUWCL Office of Academic Excellence is accepting Spring 2019 applications for its alumni bar exam mentoring program - L.I.F.T.!
The program is designed to match graduating AUWCL students with recent AUWCL graduates (2010-2017) for remote and in-person alumni mentoring and encouragement through the arduous processes of applying and sitting for the bar exam. While the program was created to L.I.F.T. graduating students during the four-month period immediately preceding their bar exam, OAE urges alumni-mentors and student-mentees to develop their relationships well beyond the bar exam. Alumni licensed to practice law in Minnesota and Washington State are encouraged to apply!
Applying is free. Applications are due on Wednesday, February 6. Apply here: http://bit.ly/2DgImTu
Federal judges — including American University Washington College of Law alumnus and D.C. U.S. District Court Judge Reggie Walton '74 — offer their insights on the separation of powers and describe how healthy tensions among the branches have a stabilizing effect on our democracy.
Watch here: http://bit.ly/2FiYyFo
In today's world, U.S. immigration law is a critically important field. American University Washington College of Law offers an unparalleled opportunity to pursue an Online Certificate in Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law. The course is directed by Professor Jayesh Rathod, an immigration law expert and the Director of the Immigrant Justice Clinic at American University, and is co-taught by Tina Goel, an experienced immigration law practitioner.
Join our live chat on Monday, January 14. Register today!
wcl.american.edu In today's world, U.S. immigration law is a critically important field. American University Washington College of Law offers an unparalleled opportunity to pursue an Online Certificate in Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law.
Join American University Washington College of Law Dean Camille Nelson tomorrow, Jan. 3, at AUWCL's Annual Red, White & Brew reception during the 2019 Association of American Law Schools Conference.
The reception will be held at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel from 6-8 p.m. For more information and to register, visit: http://bit.ly/2BTslkB
Do you want to Champion What Matters? As 2018 comes to a close, celebrate a year of achievement and the year ahead by making your gift of any size to American University Washington College of Law today: http://bit.ly/2SfGijE
Don’t forget to update your information, so we can send you the latest law school news and upcoming events: http://ow.ly/MPhu30mFZfd
Have you read the latest issue of The Advocate? American University Washington College of Law is proud to announce our newly redesigned alumni magazine! Check out The Advocate website, and let us know what you think. If you have questions, comments, or a story idea, email us at [email protected]. MORE: wcl.american.edu/community/alumni/the-advocate/2018/fall
Are you a shutterbug, Instagram celebrity, or an ameteur with a phone?
Submit a photo of WCL to be featured in the 2019 WCL calendar. Photos can include our beautiful facilities, classes, campus life, or whatever makes WCL significant to you.
The deadline for entries is November 12th at noon.
Voting on the entries will run through November 16th at noon.
Winners will receive bragging rights, a calendar, and WCL swag!
To submit entries and to vote, visit: https://alumniassociation.american.edu/wclcalendar
Rebecca Geller, SPA/BA '02, AUWCL/JD '07, was honored last weekend with the Alumni Recognition Award during American University's All-American Weekend. The Alumni Recognition Award honors alumni who inspire the world around them through service to a philanthropic mission or the AU community.
Geller is owner and CEO of the Geller Law Group, a firm she founded in 2011 with the goal of providing high-quality legal services while emphasizing a healthy work-life balance for the firm’s staff. Geller stands out as a leader in the legal industry, revolutionizing the law firm model to become a place where employees can successfully balance legal careers and the rest of their lives.
We are so excited to welcome our WCL alumni to All American Weekend! This year, we are celebrating with the 30th reunion of the Class of '88 and the 25th reunion of the Class of '93! American University 🦅 #AllAUWeekend http://ow.ly/LwIk30miPWa
Dean Camille Nelson welcomed colleagues gathered to celebrate Professor Milstein, asking how can one know if their contributions have made a lasting impact on those around them. "Elliott only needs to look around the room filled with individuals who know that the legal field is better thanks to the remarkable contributions he has made over the course of a dynamic career."
Dean Camille Nelson and American University Washington College of Law hosted "An Evening to Honor the Career of Professor Elliott Milstein" on Friday, Oct. 12 at the American University Katzen Arts Center. More than 150 of Milstein’s colleagues and friends, including AUWCL alumni, celebrated his 45-year career as a renowned clinical legal educator and revered law school leader. MORE: http://ow.ly/kuII30mhTwe
Over 50 American University Washington College of Law students, faculty, staff, and alumni gathered at They Rayburn House Building Thursday for AUWCL Program on Law & Government's Semi-Annual Happy Hour on the Hill.
Our beautiful campus was selected for Excellence in Architecture as part of the AIA DC Chapter Design Awards!
aiadc.com The AIA|DC Chapter Design Awards not only demonstrate the value of good design, but also illustrate the wide variety of services performed by architects. 2018 Chapter Design Awards Jury:
American University Washington College of Law is proud to co-sponsor an evening with the Parkland students on Tuesday, Oct. 9 from 7-8 p.m.
David Hogg, Jaclyn Corin and Samantha Fuentes – graduates of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and survivors of the largest school shooting in American history – will discuss voting, gun control and activism as a part of the annual Larissa Gerstel Critical Literacy and Social Justice Symposium. The event is sponsored by AUWCL, the AUSG Kennedy Political Union, and the American University School of Education.
AUWCL has a limited number of event tickets available for current students, alumni, faculty, and staff. Recipients will be determined through a lottery process. To enter, please complete this form by midnight, Thursday, Oct. 4: https://bit.ly/2RcHIvr. Attendees will be chosen at random and, if selected, you will be notified via email this weekend, Oct. 6-7.
The AUWCL OCPD's Mentor of the Month is Robert C. White, Jr. '07, At-Large Member of The Council of the District of Columbia.
Consider becoming a mentor by signing up and providing basic information about your job and contact information. There is no formal time commitment, and the resource serves as a searchable database that American University Washington College of Law students and alumni can use to identify AUWCL practitioners to reach out to for job-search advice and informational interview purposes. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/2xzHaGU
The Office of Academic Excellence (OAE) is pleased to announce its inaugural, alumni bar exam mentoring program - L.I.F.T.! The program is designed to match graduating AUWCL students with recent AUWCL graduates (2010-2017) for remote and in-person alumni mentoring and encouragement through the arduous processes of applying and sitting for the bar exam.
Applying is free. Applications are due Friday, September 28, 2018. Give back, serve, and mentor - apply today!
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American University Washington College of Law's Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property, along with the Intellectual Property Law Society, the Office of Career and Professional Development, and the Office of Development and Alumni Relations hosted an intellectual property networking reception at the Microsoft Innovation & Policy Center Sept. 6. The event welcomed AUWCL students interested in intellectual property, alumni working in the field, and the law school's faculty.
Read more here: https://bit.ly/2x3cVZh
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