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    Event: The Contested Boundaries of Free Speech

    On Wednesday, August 31, join Professor Jeffrey Rosen, Professor Catherine J. Ross, and former Dean Frederick Lawrence for a discussion on the Constitution and free speech.

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    GW Law Expert Discusses U.S. Race Relations

    Professor Christopher A. Bracey spoke with BBC World News America in the wake of recent tragedies.

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    Bridging a Path to Success

    GW Law's Pathways to Practice Program helps students transition to careers after law school.

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    Exceptional Advocates

    Finalists from the Van Vleck Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition talk about the “Only at GW” experience of arguing in front of a Supreme Court Justice.

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    Innovative Alumni

    Alumna Kyle Zimmer’s nonprofit, First Book, is pooling the buying power of educators and families in need to change the face of—and the access to—children’s publishing.

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    The Location for National Security Law

    Students benefit from an expert faculty, extensive curriculum, and access to the D.C. national security community.

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Five Challenges of the FTC

Professor William E. Kovacic highlights the top five institutional challenges faced by the Federal Trade Commission.

Inns Of Court

Welcome to Inns of Court

As orientation begins, learn about the Inns of Court program, which offers students guidance from a diverse set of advisors dedicated to enhancing career opportunities and enriching their law school experience.

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Voter Access in 2016

On NPR's "The Diane Rehm Show," Professor Spencer A. Overton analyzes the current state of U.S. voter ID laws in anticipation of the 2016 presidential election.

In the News

"The Iran Nuclear Deal and the Case for Keeping Iran Out of the WTO"

August 23, 2016

David S. Jonas and GW Law student Elizabeth Urrutia write in the Jerusalem Post about Iran's pursuit of World Trade Organization (WTO) membership.

"Turley on Calls to Investigate Clinton"

August 23, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed on FOX News' "The Kelly File" about Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation.

"How Law Students Should Address Professors"

August 23, 2016
Orin S. Kerr writes in the Washington Post about whether law students should call their professors using first names or using the title "Professor."
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