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September 2013 -
"The Odd Story of the Law That Dictates How Government Shutdowns Work," The Atlantic, September 28, 2013, featuring Visiting Professor Tim Westmoreland.
"DC Braces for Possible Shutdown," The Hoya, September 27, 2013, featuring Professor Eleanor Holmes Norton.
"Miss American Finalist Bindu Working on Law Degree," India West, September 27, 2013, featuring student Bindu Pamarthi L'15.
"Adapt or Fry: UT Climate Adaptation Symposium," coverage in The Austin Chronicle, September 26, 2013, of an upcoming keynote address by Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.
"Today in Photos (09/24/2013)," The Harvard Crimson, September 24, 2013, featuring Professor Julie Cohen.
"Financial Boot Camp for Law Students," coverage of Georgetown Law's new Demystifying Finance Boot Camp in The National Law Journal, September 24, 2013.
"Pushing immigration cases through a funnel," The Columbus Dispatch, September 24, 2013, featuring Professor Allegra McLeod.
"If our top patent court screws up slipper patents, how can it rule sensibly on smartphones," coverage in the Washington Post, September 24, 2013, featuring Professor Rebecca Tushnet.
"Obama: Active citizens U.S.'s 'gifts'," Politico, September 23, 2013, featuring Adjunct Professor Douglas Rutzen.
"Another View: Tea party conservative wants to eviscerate states' and local rights," an op-ed by student Bruce Friedrich L'15 on DesMoinesRegister.com, September 22, 2013.