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GW will continue working with local, state, and federal public health officials to monitor the situation and respond appropriately.
Please continue to monitor the university's resources for updates and information.

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GW Law and COVID-19

April
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IP Speaker Series: Sean Pager

This event has been canceled. 

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20th & H

Map of the earth made out of cardboard on a green background

GW Law Launches New International Law LLM Concentrations

March 25, 2020
LLM students may now concentrate in International Human Rights and International Arbitration, Mediation, and Other Dispute Resolutions beginning in the fall of 2020.
High school students listen to a panel lecture at GW Law.

High School Students Learn About Law School

February 27, 2020
High school students from the Law Academy at Potomac in Oxon Hill, Maryland, visited GW Law for a day of learning and exposure to the life of a law student and the law school admissions process.
Three JAG judges stand behind the bench, with four GW Law students standing in front for a group photo.

Students Participate in Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals Case

February 21, 2020
GW Law students submit amicus briefs for a case heard by the Air Force appeals court. Alice Lee, 3L, and Joseph Grossman, 2L, presented oral arguments and responded to questions from the judges.

Beyond the Capital

Mossinghoff Portrait

In Memoriam: Gerald J. Mossinghoff

April 01, 2020
The Honorable Gerald J. Mossinghoff, JD '61, a legendary figure in the intellectual property community and a member of the GW Law adjunct faculty for over two decades, passed away on March 20, 2020.
Portrait of Dawn Nunziato

Nunziato Named Chair of TikTok Advisory Council

March 27, 2020
Professor Dawn Nunziato has been named Chair of a newly created council that will advise social video creation platform TikTok on content moderation policies and practices.
Image of an Elderly Woman Holding a Cane

Loving Our Elderly Neighbor During the Coronavirus

March 18, 2020
Professor Naomi R. Cahn offers suggestions in the Institute for Family Studies blog for keeping elderly family and friends safe and well during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Meredith Lapp

JD '18​​​​​​

""One summer, I worked with another law student from the Midwest who had to cram the great experience of working in DC into just a few short weeks. But because I was here in DC, I could continue working at my externship during the school year. This lead eventually to a job offer.""​


Upcoming Events

April
08
Wednesday

IP Speaker Series: Sean Pager

This event has been canceled. 

April
13
Monday

Faculty In the News

"The Trump Card: Tarnishing Planning, Democracy, and the Environment"

April 01, 2020
Robert L. Glicksman co-writes in the Environmental Law Reporter about Trump's proposed revisions to the National Environmental Policy Act.

"Don't Get Fooled by COVID-19 Scams"

April 01, 2020

Naomi R. Cahn writes in Forbes with suggestions for protection against various kinds of scams during the COVID-19 crisis.

"Religious Leaders Rebel Against Local Gathering Rules During Pandemic"

March 31, 2020

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Times about how primary authority over public health and police powers rests with the