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NASA and Faculty Experts Discuss the Future of Space Law

January 22, 2020
Professor Lin Harmon-Walker and her colleagues discussed economics, environmental, government procurement, and international law. GW Space Law Society, a student organization, hosted the event.
Damilola Arowolaju asks a question of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at a CNN Town Hall.

GW Law SBA President Asks House Speaker Nancy Pelosi About Impeachment

December 16, 2019
During a CNN Town Hall, Damilola Arowolaju, 3L, asked Speaker Pelosi what information Senate Republicans needed to break party lines and impeach President Trump.
Yue Meng stands with other female entrepreneurs for a photo

Meng Chosen For Female Entrepreneurship Program

December 06, 2019
Dr. Meng participated in the Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship's two-day female entrepreneurship program, which provided training, mentorship, and networking opportunities.

Beyond the Capital

Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr. speaks at a panel during the 2020 AALS Annual Meeting

Faculty Presents on Law, Representation, and Knowledge at AALS

January 17, 2020
Twelve GW Law faculty members presented at the Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, which included moderated panels and interactive discussions where attendees discussed pressing legal issues.
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Professor Cunningham Writes About Buffett's Berkshire Business Model in New Book

January 15, 2020
In Margin of Trust, Professor Lawrence A. Cunningham details Warren Buffett and his company, Berkshire Hathaway, and Buffet's legendary investing approach.
Grace Speights stands with four other African American Managing Partners for the National Law Journal January cover story.

"The Vanguard and the Vision: A Key Network Binds African American Managing Partners"

January 13, 2020
Grace Speights, JD '82, is featured by The National Law Journal for her part in building a network to build a more diverse legal profession.

Study Law Where Law Is Made

 


Jasmine Smith

Jasmine Smith

JD '18​​​​​​

"It's particularly helpful to have such accomplished female professors. I felt they understood that in a profession historically dominated by men, mine would be a different journey."​


Faculty In the News

"The Senate Should Reject Dershowitz Argument on Johnson Impeachment"

January 22, 2020
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on how the Trump defense's understanding of the 1868 impeachment of President Johnson.

"Getting The Most Out Of Telework"

January 22, 2020

Naomi R. Cahn writes for Forbes on how workers can respond to the challenges of telecommuting.

"How Trump’s Senate Trial Lawyers Could Complicate the Case His DOJ Lawyers Are Making in Court"

January 22, 2020

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Post on how presidents have a right to seek judicial review when being impeached.