“Being an attorney is an honor and a privilege. People depend upon attorneys to help them with serious legal issues,” Remigio said in an interview with Hawaii Filipino Chronicle. “Diligence, hard work, developing skills, and experience are all necessary.”
In a discussion hosted by the International Institue for Strategic Studies, Maxwell Hamilton (SFS ’04), visiting fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, analyzed how the current crisis with the Rohingya Muslim minority is affecting Myanmar’s transition to a liberal democracy.
When Kyle Rinaudo (SFS ’17) threw his cap in the air last May to signify the end of his undergraduate education, he had no idea he would soon be running to represent Georgia’s 35th District in the state House of Representatives. If elected, the 21-year-old Acworth, GA native would become the state’s youngest representative and first Democrat in nearly two decades to represent his community.
John Desrocher (SFS’86), current U.S. ambassador to Algeria, says his decision to pursue a career in public service started at Georgetown. “When I got to college and started studying, the interest grew.”
Alabama Senator-Elect Doug Jones chose Dana Gresham (SFS’94) to serve as his chief of staff. The announcement drew acclamation from minority groups that had advocated for hiring African Americans in key political roles.
Grewal is currently prosecutor for Bergen County, the most populous county in New Jersey. If confirmed, Grewal will be the first Indian-American of Sikh ancestry, to hold the position of Attorney General in American history, and the second Indian-American after former California Attorney General Kamala Harris.