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Onward GW: Return to Campus and the Classroom

GW Law is excited to welcome students, faculty, and staff to campus this fall. Learn more about the steps we are taking to prepare for your arrival to campus, including updating our public health protocols and reviewing our buildings and classrooms.

Fall 2021 Resources for GW Law Students

Learn More about GW's Fall Plans

 


20th & H

Commanding During Conflict

Military Experts Discuss Commanding During Conflict

November 29, 2021
Experts visit for a talk about tackling sexual assault, lethal force and other issues.
Professor Murphy Argues before the International Court of Justice on Behalf of Armenia

Professor Murphy Argues Before the International Court of Justice on Behalf of Armenia

November 15, 2021
The proceedings involved two cases between Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan, which concern the armed conflict that broke out in the region in the fall of 2020.
Intelligent Automation webinar series graphic

Government Procurement Law Program Hosts Series on Intelligent Automation

November 11, 2021
In this three-part webinar series, experts discuss how emerging technologies are improving the efficiency and integrity of government procurement processes.

Beyond the Capital

Graham Steele

Senate Confirms Graham Steele, JD ’06 as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Institutions

December 03, 2021
Mr. Steele will focus on policies related to the regulation of activities of banks, securities broker-dealers, asset management companies, and other financial institutions doing business in the U.S.
Civil Access to Justice Clinic-Family Division Will Launch In Spring 2022

Civil Access to Justice Clinic-Family Division Will Launch In Spring 2022

December 01, 2021
The pilot clinic will use clinical pedagogy and allow student attorneys to develop their practical skills with a reduced time investment.
Roger Schechter

Listen Now: Professor Schechter is featured in Bloomberg Law's UnCommon Law podcast

November 23, 2021
Professor Roger E. Schechter discusses if the bar exam is worth preserving in podcast episode, “Is it Time to Kill the Bar Exam?”

Study Law Where Law Is Made

 


Maria Soledad Sternke

Estefania Palacios

Class of 2023

"I’m following my passion and exploring the field of public interest. This semester, I am interning at the Department of Justice in the civil rights division with the immigrant and employment rights section, where I am able to help attorneys and assist them in trial and policy work. This is the work I want to pursue after graduation."


Faculty In the News

"What's That You Smell in The Supreme Court?"

December 02, 2021

Jonathan Turley wrote for the Hill about the politics of stare decisis at the Supreme Court.

"Ford and GM Shares Could Get A Boost If They Create A Special ‘Class EV’ Stock for Their Electric Vehicle Business"

December 02, 2021

Lawrence A. Cunningham wrote for Marketplace about Ford and GM offering tracking stocks for their electronic-vehicles.

"Victims of Domestic Abuse Find No Haven in Family Courts"

December 02, 2021

Joan S. Meier wrote for the Conversation about family courts rejecting claims of domestic abuse.