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Upcoming Events

The International & Comparative Law Program holds several events each semester. Check back frequently for new events.

Faculty in the News

"Is Google Too Powerful? How A New Era Of Regulation Could Change Big Tech"

November 25, 2020
William E. Kovacic discussed on WFAE-FM (Charlotte, NC) whether the DOJ antitrust lawsuit against Google may usher in a new era of regulation.

"GovExec Daily: The Effects of the Ascertainment Delay"

November 23, 2020
Steven L. Schooner speaks to the GovExec Daily podcast about the potential harm in delaying the transition to a new administration.

"Trump’s Post-Presidency Will Be Cluttered with Potentially Serious Legal Battles"

November 22, 2020
Stephen A. Saltzburg is quoted in The Washington Post about the exposure Trump may face after leaving office in his disputes with the IRS.

 


 

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Newsletters

The International and Comparative Law Perspectives newsletter is published by GW Law to keep alumni, practitioners, scholars, and students in the field informed about program news and developments.

Spring 2020 Newsletter

 

Past Newsletters