Law & Political Economy at Georgetown

Georgetown Law Center

Law & Political Economy at Georgetown (LPEG) is a community of Georgetown Law students and faculty exploring how the law shapes and is shaped by systems of political and economic power. 

As the primary nexus for law and political economy at Georgetown, LPEG exists to serve students and faculty interested in engaging with LPE scholarship and in contributing to the broader movement.

LPEG does this by facilitating and co-sponsoring guest lectures that align with LPE principles, connecting Georgetown students with the broader LPE network, and providing a forum for students and faculty to engage with LPE scholarship. 

For further information on how to get involved with LPEG, please email our current co-chairs Sadev Parikh ([email protected]) and Ashley Burke ([email protected]).