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20th & H

Portrait of Greg Maggs

Harvard Law Today Spotlights Judge Gregory Maggs

July 19, 2021
The alumni feature chronicles Judge Maggs’ service as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces; his career with GW Law, where he is a Professional Lecturer in Law and previously served as co-director of the National Security and U.S. Foreign Relations LLM program; and his prior military service.
FTC Building exterior

GW Faculty Weigh in on Confirmation of FTC Chair Lina Khan

July 14, 2021
Lina Khan, Chair of the Federal Trade Commission, has focused her attention on "protecting the public from corporate abuse" and Big Tech.
Iris Maute-Gibson portrait

Iris Maute-Gibson, 3L, Honored for Commitment to Public Interest Law

July 08, 2021
Iris Maute-Gibson, 3L, was recently named as a 2021 Regional Public Interest Award recipient by Equal Justice Works. She is one of eight nationally-selected recipients honored for their dedication to public interest law and pro bono work.

Beyond the Capital

Portrait of Tara Ward

Tara Ward, JD '09, Named “Rising Star” in Government Contracts by Law360

July 22, 2021
Ms. Ward, a partner in Wiley’s Government Contracts Practice, reflects on her career and her experience as a GW Law student.
Jeffrey Gutman portrait

Faculty Research Tracks Compensation Received by Exonerees

July 21, 2021
Professor Jeffrey Gutman's research appears in a new report from the National Registry of Exonerations which looks at the human and financial toll of wrongful conviction on exonerated individuals.
Military drone flying

“Extraterritorial Counterterrorism: Policymaking v. Law”

July 15, 2021
In a blog post for Just Security, Professor Laura Dickinson analyzes the Biden Administration’s proposed revision of policy governing the use of lethal force against terrorists outside the United States.

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Maria Soledad Sternke

JD '17

"The professors here have an open-door policy for students. Even if your goals are not necessarily in their field, they’re truly interested in helping you along your path."


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Faculty In the News

"Cost-cutting generics and biosimilars stuck in legal limbo"

July 21, 2021
Dmitry Karshtedt is quoted in MedCity News about legal roadblocks facing generic pharmaceutical manufacturers amid high drug prices.

"'Shadow State': Embracing corporate governance to escape constitutional limits"

July 17, 2021
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about private companies carrying out public policy ideas that may be viewed as unconstitutional.

"Virginia PTA Official Says 'Let Them Die' About Parents Opposing Critical Race Theory"

July 16, 2021
Jonathan Turley is quoted in Newsweek about comments by a PTA official amid the debate over teaching critical race theory in schools.