Andrew D. Goldsmith, Associate Deputy Attorney General, and John F. Walsh, United States Attorney for the District of Colorado, have written a letter on behalf of the Department of Justice responding to Judge Alex Kozinski’s preface to the 44th edition of the Annual Review of Criminal Procedure, “Criminal Law 2.0.”
Judge Alex Kozinski’s recently published preface to the 44th edition of the Annual Review of Criminal Procedure, “Criminal Law 2.0,” was quoted earlier this week in a New York Times article on prisoners’ rights.
Congratulations to Georgetown Law Journal author Deborah Denno (Arthur A. McGivney Professor, Fordham Law), whose Volume 102 article, “Lethal Injection Chaos Post-Baze,” was cited in Justice Sotomayor’s dissent in Glossip v. Gross.
Congratulations to Georgetown Law Journal author Yesha Yadav (Associate Professor, Vanderbilt Law School), whose Volume 101 article, The Problematic Case of Clearinghouses in Complex Markets, was cited in the Supreme Court’s unanimous opinion in Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank.
The Georgetown Law Journal is proud to announce the editorial staff for Volume 104. The Volume 104 Editors would like to thank the Volume 103 Editors for their hard work and guidance throughout the past year. The Volume 104 Staff will join the masthead in late summer following the Write-On. Volume 104 Masthead
The Georgetown Law Journal congratulates Professor David Horton, who has been selected by the American Association of Law Schools as a winner of the 2015 AALS Scholarly Papers Competition for law school members who have been teaching five years or fewer for his Volume 103.3 article “In Partial Defense of Probate–Evidence from Alamenda County, California.” The […]
Congratulations to Vol. 101.4 author Claire Frezza for winning the American Society for Pharmacy Law’s Larry M. Simonsmeier Writing Award for her article on Medical Marijuana: A Drug Without a Medical Model. Read more about the award here. Read the article here.
The Georgetown Law Journal is pleased to announce an updated masthead for Volume 103, with the addition of new staff members selected during the 2014 Write-On Competition. These staff members will work closely with the editors for Volume 102 before assuming leadership roles themselves for Volume 103. PDF of Volume 103 Masthead
The Georgetown Law Journal is proud to announce the editorial staff for Volume 103. The Volume 103 Editors would like to thank the Volume 102 Editors for their hard work and guidance throughout the past year. The Volume 103 Staff will join the masthead in late summer following the Write-On. Volume 103 Masthead
The Georgetown Law Journal congratulates Professor Greg McNeal for receiving the 2013 Article of the Year Award from the National Section of the International Association of Penal Law for his article “Targeted Killing and Accountability.” The selected article will appear in the Journal in its forthcoming March 2014 issue. More information about Professor McNeal and his […]