Social Media

Connect With Us

The Law School and its faculty offer a variety of social media to help community members and visitors get and stay connected. We hope you will join the conversation.

Facebook

Facebook
We invite you to "Like" the Law School on Facebook for news and highlights about our community and life at the Law School.

Other selected Facebook pages from our community include the GW Student Bar Association (SBA), the Center for Professional Development and Career Strategy and the Jacob Burns Law Library, and Government Contracts at GW Law

Twitter

Twitter
Follow the Law School on Twitter for news about the School, faculty, alumni, and students, real-time event highlights, and more. Other Twitter accounts from our community include the Center for Professional Development and Career Strategy, Environmental and Energy Law Program and the Jacob Burns Law Library.

Blogs

Blogs
The Law School's Center for Professional Development and Career Strategy posts timely information about upcoming events, hot jobs, diversity-related matters, and job search tips. You can find current news and research tips from the Jacob Burns Law Library Burns Brief.

Professional Networking

Professional Networking
Alumni wishing to expand their circle of professional contacts can join the GW Law groups on LinkedIn and Xing, Europe's predominant networking site.

YouTube

YouTube
Our YouTube channel presents a glimpse into the academic and extracurricular life of the School.


Faculty and Social Media

Follow GW Law professors who use social media to reach new audiences, further scholarship, and provide analysis of legal trends and newsmaking cases:

Twitter

Twitter
Follow these members of the Law School faculty news and opinions in their areas of academic expertise.

John Banzhaf

John Banzhaf tweets about his various public interest endeavors @ProfBanzhaf.

Neil Buchanan

Neil Buchanan tweets about tax, debt, and other issues @NeilHBuchanan.

Donald Clarke

Donald Clarke tweets about a variety of issues, including modern Chinese law @donaldcclarke.

Orin Kerr

Orin Kerr tweets on issues concerning computer crime law and criminal procedure @OrinKerr.

David Johnson

David Johnson tweets on advocacy competitions and GW Law's pro bono program @GWLawDeanDJ.

Robert Mahini

Robert Mahini tweets about government lawyering @robmahini.

Daniel Solove

Daniel Solove tweets about information privacy law @DanielSolove.

Jessica Tillipman

Dean Tillipman tweets about corruption, FCPA compliance, and government procurement-related issues @JTillipman.

Jonathan Turley

Jonathan Turley tweets on law and policy as well as subjects of general interest @JonathanTurley.


Blogs

Blogs
GW Law faculty members contribute to some of the most widely read and influential law blogs in the nation. Visit to read posts from:

Charles Craver

Beyond the Bar
Charles B. Craver
Professor Craver writes on topics related to legal negotiations for this blog, which focuses on developing the skills of young lawyers.

Donald Clarke

Chinese Law Prof Blog
Donald Clarke
Professor Clarke is the sole editor and contributor of Chinese Law Prof Blog. He discusses aspects of Chinese law.

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Concurring Opinions
Daniel J. Solove, Lawrence A. Cunningham
Concurring Opinions, a general legal blog co-founded by Professor Solove, is a consortium of law professors who blog on a wide variety of legal issues including Constitutional law, legal ethics, privacy, and current events.

Lisa Fairfax

The Conglomerate
Lisa M. Fairfax
The Conglomerate was started in 2004 and focuses on law, business, and economics.

Don Braman

The Cultural Cognition Project
Don Braman
The Cultural Cognition Project is a group of scholars interested in studying how cultural values shape public risk perceptions and related policy beliefs.

Neil Buchanan

Dorf on Law: Thoughts on Law, Politics, Economics and More from Michael Dorf, Neil Buchanan, and Occasionally Others
Neil Buchanan
Professor Buchanan contributes twice weekly posts discussing, among other issues, tax and budget policy. The blog is devoted to discussion of legal and public policy issues and is edited by Michael Dorf of Cornell Law School. (For more blogging by Professor Buchanan, see also "Verdict," below.)

Francesca Bignami

europ├Žus|law
Francesca Bignami
Francesca Bignami blogs for europ├Žus|law, where scholars based in N. America examine European law from a transatlantic perspective.

Jessica Tillipman

The FCPA Blog
Jessica Tillipman
Assistant Dean Tillipman is a Senior editor and writer to this blog which provides practical information about the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and compliance.

Steve Charnovitz

International Economic Law and Policy
Steve Charnovitz
Professor Charnovitz is a regular contributor to the International Economic Law and Policy blog, a forum managed by WorldTradeLaw.net. Posts range in topic, but center around issues dealing with global economic law and policy issues.

Naomi Cahn

IntLawGrrls
Naomi Cahn
Professor Cahn contributes to this blog that provides a forum for women who teach and work in international law, policy, and practice.

Jonathan Turley

Res Ipsa Loquitur ("The Thing Itself Speaks")
Jonathan Turley
Professor Turley covers the serious and the bizarre of a wide-range of legal issues from criminal cases to politics to torts cases in the making.

Orin Kerr

Scotusblog
Orin Kerr
Professor Kerr is an occasional blogger on issues related to the Supreme Court.

Spencer Overton

techPresident
Spencer Overton
Professor Overton is a contributing blogger on techPresident, which covers how political campaigns-presidential, congressional and state-are using the web, as well as how voters are using the web to affect those campaigns.

Neil Buchanan

Verdict
Neil Buchanan
Verdict is legal commentary and opinion from lawyers and academics designed to promote the exchange and analysis of ideas. Professor Buchanan contributes a column every other Thursday. (For more blogging by Professor Buchanan, see also "Dorf on Law," above.)

Orin Kerr

The Volokh Conspiracy
Orin Kerr
Professor Orin Kerr contributes to this collaborative blog which provides analysis of developments in the U.S. legal system and courts, as well as of recent legal news and events.