GW Law's Advisory Boards
Distinguished GW Law alumni and members of the legal community provide guidance and expertise to the dean and academic program directors through participation in one of four Advisory Boards.
The Board of Advisors provides the dean with the advice and assistance of individuals whose experiences offer a variety of perspectives on the legal profession in order to advance the quality and standing of the Law School. The Board of Advisors consists of alumni and members of the legal community at the highest level of their fields.
The Intellectual Property Board of Advisors provides counsel and support to ensure the Intellectual Property Law Program’s preeminence in all areas, including curriculum, research, extracurricular activities, career development, and alumni relations. Its members are leading attorneys, judges, and government officials in the field of intellectual property law.
Learn more about the Intellectual Property Law Program.
Government Contracting Industry Advisory Board allows the Government Procurement Law Program to draw upon the support, advice, and expertise of a wide range of leaders from throughout the public procurement and acquisition field.
Learn more about the Government Procurement Law Program.
The GW Law Center for Law, Economics & Finance (C-LEAF) is a think tank within the Law School, addressing major issues in the economic and financial arena in the U.S. and around the world. C-LEAF fuses the study of corporate law and finance, securities regulation, banking law, bankruptcy law, market regulation, central banking, commercial law, comparative economic and financial law, international business law, and accounting. The C-LEAF Board of Advisors is composed of leading American and international legal scholars and practitioners, drawn from academia, business, private practice, and the public sector.
Learn more about C-LEAF.