Dean Blake D. Morant writes in HuffPost about the importance of sharing positive narratives of lawyers who uplift society in an effort to counter negative perceptions of the legal profession.
Several GW Law faculty members weigh in on the potential legal and political implications of Mr. Comey's public statement and testimony.
Students were awarded cash prizes for proposing creative solutions to serious societal problem in the United States. Julia Willis, 2L, came in first place for her paper on ways to save for-profit higher education.
“Last year, the Black Law Students Association established brown bag lunches with professors. It was such a great experience because the professors were so willing to meet with us. The accessibility of the faculty here allowed us to move from ‘wouldn’t it be cool if…’ to actually making it happen.”
Olajumoke Obayanju, 3L
"My studies at GW prepared me exceptionally well for my current role. One course in particular covered every substantive topic I deal with on a day-to-day basis and helped distinguish me from other applicants.”
Matthew Conrad, LLM ’13
"Growing up in Puerto Rico, I explored an astonishingly diverse range of geological and biological habitats that fueled my passion for environmental issues.”
Adriana Vélez-León, 2L
"Last July, the GW Law SBA was named Student Bar Association of the Year by the American Bar Association. It’s really amazing to get national recognition for our work.”
George Soussou, 3L