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Lindsay Eiseman/The Hoya | The Supreme Court became a host of protest as it heard City of Grants Pass v. Johnson, a case which could criminalize homelessness.

Hundreds Gather at Supreme Court Over Case Concerning Homeless People

By Lindsay Eiseman, Hoya Staff Writer May 1, 2024

Over 700 protestors gathered outside of the United States Supreme Court on April 22 as the nine justices heard oral arguments for City of Grants Pass v. Johnson, a case that will determine whether municipalities...

Georgetown University Law Center professors Professor David Cole and Professor Neal Katyal made history as the first two GULC professors to argue opposite sides of a Supreme Court case on Mar. 18 with NRA v. Vullo.

Georgetown Law Professors Argue Before Supreme Court, Debate First Amendment Rights

By Madison Fox-Moore, Student Life Desk Editor March 21, 2024

Two Georgetown University Law Center (GULC) professors argued in front of the Supreme Court on opposite sides of a First Amendment case on March 18.   In National Rifle Association v. Vullo,...

Students Protest for Affirmative Action Outside U.S. Supreme Court

Students Protest for Affirmative Action Outside U.S. Supreme Court

By Clayton Kincade November 10, 2022

Students protested outside the U.S. Supreme Court to protect affirmative action, as attorneys inside the court held oral arguments regarding race-conscious admissions programs. College students from...

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GU Politics Panel Deliberates Future of SCOTUS, Barrett’s Confirmation

By Gabe Fleisher October 9, 2020

Four of the nation’s foremost political operatives — all veterans of several congressional fights — convened Wednesday night to discuss the ongoing battle in the Senate over whether to confirm Supreme...

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H*yas for Choice President Angela Maske (NHS ’19) visits Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) (CAS ’80) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) to express concerns over Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court.

HFC President Urges Senators to Block SCOTUS Nominee

By Meena Morar September 14, 2018

H*yas for Choice President Angela Maske (NHS ’19) is publicly pressing Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) (CAS ’80) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) in a push to stop Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s...

MESA & BENNETT: Rooting for an Underdog Upset

MESA & BENNETT: Rooting for an Underdog Upset

By Christian Mesa and Aaron Bennett March 17, 2017

In March of 2013, a little-known school by the name of Wichita State University made a historic run in the annual NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. Entering as a No. 9 seed team, the Shockers triumphed...

Hoya Saxa Celebrates #LoveWins

Hoya Saxa Celebrates #LoveWins

By Courtney Klein and Courtney Klein June 30, 2015

Last Friday 4E celebrated SCOTUS's decision with a compilation of Twitter responses on the same-sex marriage ruling. Today, we are continuing with Georgetown only responses. Because LOVE SAXA (but not...

SCOTUS Ruling: #LoveWins

SCOTUS Ruling: #LoveWins

By Courtney Klein and Courtney Klein June 26, 2015

It is a life-changing day here in the United States. Only a few hours ago the Supreme Court ruled, 5-4, that Same-Sex Marriage is a Constitutional right. Yes, that means that Same-Sex Marriage is legal...

The Inescapability of Race in Today’s World

The Inescapability of Race in Today’s World

By Tricia Correia September 12, 2014

"Only racist when I’m at Walmart.” “So, could you rap for us?” “Mexican men tend to frighten me.” “No, I’m not on a scholarship.” “But I voted for Barack Obama.” “I feel uncomfortable...

SCOTUS: Thanks Warranted 

SCOTUS: Thanks Warranted 

By Guest Writer and Guest Writer July 15, 2014

Just one year ago, Edward Snowden burst into America’s collective conscience as he revealed the National Security Agency’s most intimate secrets to The Guardian and The Washington Post. Snowden was...

Kagan Offers Career Advice

By Maddy Moore March 21, 2014

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan advised third-year law students to approach their budding careers holistically when she spoke at the Georgetown University Law Center on Monday afternoon as part of...

SCOTUS: Foreign Book Sales Legal

By Lily Westergaard March 26, 2013

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled March 19 that it is legal to buy cheaper foreign versions of books overseas and resell or give them away in the United States. In the case Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley &...

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