GW Law held its second Dean's Scholarship Retreat. The "event demonstrated the dynamic intellectualism of GW Law," explained Dean Blake D. Morant. The retreat allowed faculty members to discuss ongoing scholarship and receive feedback.
In her latest piece for Forbes, Professor Naomi R. Cahn writes about Christine Blasey Ford's accusations against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh and about the possible hearing process. "She will need all of the psychological insights and resilience she can muster to get through this inquisition."
The office will provide more than 27,000 alumni with a place dedicated solely to them as they navigate their careers and the job market. Learn more about the office in a new Q&A with Keri McCoy, who currently serves as the director.
"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."
Jasmine Smith, JD '18
"The professors of GW in NY are teaching us about whatever they did that day. One of my professors has created several widely used capital market standards, which she taught us in class. This real-world experience in the business field, for an entire semester—GW is the only law school offering that."
Nicolas Sabet, JD '18
"I've met the movers and shakers here at GW. I can say, yes, I've met numerous players shifting the paradigm in Silicon Valley. They've been so down-to-earth and have offered me rare industry insights and career advice. I'm very lucky to be at law school here."
Laila Ghauri, JD '18
"One summer, I worked with another law student from the Midwest who had to cram the great experience of working in D.C. into just a few short weeks. But because I'm here in D.C., I could continue working at my externship during the school year. This lead eventually to a job offer."
Meredith Lapp, JD '18