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Calling Out Corruption

On NPR, Assistant Dean Jessica Tillipman explains how the Supreme Court could change the definition of corruption nationwide.

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What's at Stake Before the Supreme Court?

Associate Dean Alan B. Morrison previews the upcoming term, which includes cases on immigration, workers' rights, reproductive health, and affirmative action.

David Falk

What Does It Take to Represent NBA Legends?

Super sports agent and Michael Jordan rep David Falk, JD '75, establishes new entrepreneurial academy at GW Law.

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"GOP Candidates Won't Promise to End Porn"

February 04, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in U.S. News & World Report about the political will to ban internet pornography.

"Jeb’s White House Run Is Over. Hold On, Not So Fast…"

February 03, 2016

Neil Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Jeb Bush’s presidential bid.

“Uber for Divorce? These Startups Are Bringing DIY Divorces to the Masses”

February 03, 2016

Naomi Cahn is quoted in The New York Observer about tech startups focusing on divorce.

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Julia Haigney, 3L

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Adriana Vélez-León, 2L

"Last July, the GW Law SBA was named Student Bar Association of the Year by the American Bar Association. It’s really amazing to get national recognition for our work.”

George Soussou, 3L