A Preview of Next Semester
Law School is closed for Christmas break from Dec. 23 - Jan.3.
Dec. 7 debate sponsored by Baltimore chapter of Federalist Society.
Professor Roger Colinvaux Quoted in New York Times
Dec. 2 article on proposed cuts to charitable tax deductions.
Dec. 1st ceremony cites his long advocacy for interfaith understanding.
The Battle Over School Choice and the Meaning of the Establishment Clause
All views are aired at CUA Law two weeks after the Supreme Court heard a controversial case from Arizona.
Win hard to obtain U-visa from Customs and Immigration Service.
Professors Rienzi and Noone led a Nov. 16 discussion of where the military statute could be headed in the courts.
Live online with Washington Post on Nov. 15th.
CUA Law Vis Arbitration Moot Team Begins Fundraising for 2011 Competition
Scheduled for April in Vienna, Austria.
Fall Externship Fair is Packed with Area Law Students
Nov. 8 event drew nearly 60 exhibitors.
Professor Roger Colinvaux Speaks at NYU Law School about the Future of Charities and Political Speech
Presents paper analyzing the impact of Citizens United v FEC.
Many alumni return on Oct. 19 to honor Professor Emeritus Harvey Zuckman.
J. Bradley Bennett takes over on Jan. 1, 2011.
Students together at Duke Law School, Professors Karla Simon and Donna Coleman Gregg are now colleagues on the CUA law faculty.
CUA Law's Federalist Society meets with Justice Thomas on Oct. 14
Two former solicitors general of the United States join in discussion at CUA Law.
A Birthday and a Homecoming for Columbus Community Legal Services
Law clinic celebrates 40th anniversary with alumni reunion on Oct. 9th.
Held Oct. 5 at the National Press Club.
Examines ramifications of upcoming Therasense ruling in November.
Attends 1st Annual D.C. Student Networking and Leadership Summit.
Federalist Society Sponsors Moot Court Session for Upcoming Supreme Court Free Speech Case
Snyder v. Phelps scheduled for Oct. 6
Media Paying Attention to CUA Law Professor's Teaching Trip to Auschwitz
Professor Marshall Breger led delegation of Muslim leaders Aug. 8-10.
Classes of 2013 and 2014 kick off the academic year.
Generational Bridge: Communications Law Program Students and Alumni Meet for Lunch Gathering at FCC headquarters
Study trip was brainchild of CUA Law professor.
Six faculty members were speakers and presenters at Florida conference.
Professor Amanda Leiter Spotlighted in NationalLaw Journal's Supreme Court Review
July panel discussion featured in NLJ's Aug. 2 issue.
Record 41 students will support journal this year.
Effective August 1, 2010.
CUA Law Professors Have Center Stage at International Conference
Plenary speakers at International Clinical Legal Education Conference in England.
Two dozen law students from Shanghai receive tour on July 21.
Staff Members Announced for The Journal of Law, Philosophy and Culture
Students selected based on grades and writing competition.
Fifty students will produce the 60th Volume of CUA Law's oldest law journal.
Students from the Horizons at Maret program explore the campus of CUA and their academic futures.
The Passing of a Civil Rights Giant
William Taylor founded the Center for National Policy Review at CUA Law.
Meet the Supremes
Visiting undergraduates are treated to a review of the Supreme Court's most recent term on May 17.
Margaret McGuire, 2002, and Christina McGlosson-Wilson, 1998.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia to Deliver the Second Annual Judge Thomas A. Flannery Lecture
Series honors 1940 alumnus of Columbus School of Law.
Professor Cliff Fishman explains a common misunderstanding in the National Law Journal online.
Funds come from unclaimed class action lawsuit settlement earlier this year.
June 17-19, 2010.
Interviewed in New York City on May 3rd.
Rainey Ransom Brandt, 1995, to be honored on May 12.
April 21 ceremony honored teens who overcame life obstacles.
Faux Celebrity Spat Frames Legal Education for Local Middle Schoolers
Help to raise money at annual UVA Softball Tournament.
Mediation Brought to Life for Students on April 12
Religious Freedom in the Former USSR
Experts discussed the picture 20 years after the fall of the Soviet Union.
3L Preston Thomas Wins Best Oralist at National Telecommunications Moot Court Competition
Bonding Over Lunch
Students and faculty break bread on March 19 at law school social luncheon.
Delivered by corporate good governance advocate Nell Minow.
March15 CILI Program at Embassy of Poland
CUA Law and the SEC sponsor a March 4 discussion on diversity in the field of securities law.
2010 Vis Moot Court Team Prepares for Big Stage
Will face 250 competitors in Vienna, Austria.
Feb. 25 National Press Club Program examines corporate morality and ethics.
A lecture from the Middle East Religious Dialogue Program.
Takes top honor at Pace Law School environmental moot court.
The Federalist Society sponsors a debate on the president's record so far.
The communications law program assembles a high-powered symposium on an urgent public policy question.
After Copenhagen, Some Lessons From Rome
Essay by Professor Lucia Silecchia published online by the Catholic Conservation Center.
Dean Veryl Miles Explained the Plan to Colleagues at Recent ABA conference.
An essay by CUA Law alumna Beverly Willett, 1981, published in the Jan. 15 issue of the New York Times Magazine.
William McDermott, 2D, serves on a county juvenile justice court where teens are judged by teens.
Article published in Jan. NALP bulletin.
A recent op-ed by Professor Victor Williams helps to frame debate over White House appointment practices.
1993 graduate Vytas Vergeer is 2010 co-recipient of Scoutt Prize.
Held Jan.6 -10 in New Orleans.
Published on Jan. 4, 2010.
National Press Club Symposium on Dec. 3rd.
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