If you think Georgetown Law School is a place where crusading students--Catholic or not-- learn how to fight for human dignity, or for constitutional liberties, like the free exercise of religion, think again.
The pontifically-erected university offers a class entitled,
"Regulatory Advocacy: Women and the Affordable Care Act." The "practicum" part of the course offers students an opportunity to
work with the National Women's Law Center to develop projects that will assist in the organization's regulatory advocacy efforts. Students will have the opportunity to participate in strategy meetings and conference calls with the partner organization and other coalition members.