Choice USA 1317 F St NW, Washington, DC20004 Choice USA is an organization working towards the abolishment of abstinence-only education. Located in the…More Georgetown area of Washington, DC, the group aims to change and influence legislation having to do with abstinence education and pro-choice laws. It is a not-for-profit organization that serves across the nation. With chapters on college campuses across the United States, Choice USA is the nation's pro-choice representation in Washington. For more information on the ideologies, philosophies and programs of Choice USA, visit the Web site.
American Association for Justice 777 6th St NW, Washington, DC20001 The American Association for Justice (formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America) serves as a point of…More reference and support for trial plaintiff lawyers and district attorneys across the nation. The American Association for Justice provides databases of law-changing litigation and precedent cases, along with a team of attorneys constantly working to improve the legal system. Please visit the association's website for more information.
BrooksBowerAsia 1030 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC20007 BrooksBowerAsia is an international consulting firm that helps companies expand into Asia and the South Pacific. From…More its offices on Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown, BrooksBowerAsia assists companies in their transition to and acquisition of property in the region. Hours for the consultants are Monday to Friday, and they serve clients across the nation and beyond. For more information on the services provided by BrooksBowerAsia, feel free to visit the website.
Embassy of Sweden 2900 K St NW, Washington, DC20007 The Embassy of Sweden offers assistance to Swedes living in America and to Americans interested in travel or work in…More Sweden. Among the largest Swiss embassies in the world, the DC embassy serves as the link between the Swedish and American governments. Sweden was one of the first countries to recognize the US as an independent nation. The Embassy of Sweden resides in a large structure, the House of Sweden, at 2900 K Street; it was designed by Wingardh Architects and opened in 2006. The embassy has direct access to the Georgetown waterfront. The building also includes additional office space, apartments and a conference center.