ND London Law Professor Philippa Webb awarded top prize in international law publishing
Philippa Webb, visiting professor and distinguished fellow with the Notre Dame London Law Program, was recently awarded the top prize in international law publishing for her 2021 book on the right to a fair trial. The American Society of International Law awarded her book, The Right to a Fair Trial...
Notre Dame Law LL.M. alum joins International Criminal Court
Notre Dame Law School alumna Angie García Atehortúa ’20 LL.M. was awarded a prestigious placement at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, as a visiting professional, one of just 50 selected annually. García began her placement January 17. She joined the ICC as part of the Visiting Professional...
Notre Dame Law JSD student wins important parental rights case before the Chilean Constitutional Tribunal
Jorge Barrera Rojas, a student in Notre Dame Law School’s J.S.D. program, recently represented 15 senators before the Chilean Constitutional Tribunal — the country’s highest court — resulting in a landmark ruling that protects the right of parents to educate their children.…
The Future of Privacy brings together global audience in virtual event
The world's top privacy lawyers and scholars will discuss the future of privacy in an exclusive online event August 27, with opening remarks from former Irish President Mary McAleese and a keynote presentation by Irish Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon. “The Future of Privacy, from Ireland to America,”…
Professor Jimmy Gurulé to host cybersecurity conference in London
Notre Dame Law Professor Jimmy Gurulé said rising concerns about cyber attacks sparked the idea for an interdisciplinary conference to discuss and analyze cybersecurity issues
Professor Paolo Carozza appointed to Venice Commission
The U.S. Department of State recently appointed Notre Dame Law Professor Paolo Carozza to serve on the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe, a prestigious international body of lawyers, judges, academics and government officials.
Two Notre Dame Law students spend summer in Beijing, work in IP law
Two Notre Dame Law School students immersed themselves in Chinese intellectual property law this summer while working at AnJie Law Firm in Beijing.