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20th & H

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GW Law Celebrates Reunion Weekend 2022

July 01, 2022
Over 175 attendees joined us for two days of events celebrating and reconnecting with alums. We're excited to share updates from this year and information for next year!
Students on Capitol Hill

Clerkship Class of 2022

June 22, 2022
Over 40 GW Law students participated in judicial clerkships in 2022. Each year approximately 10% of graduates go on to judicial clerkships, including federal, state, and specialized courts.
Juneteenth 2022

GW Law recognizes Juneteenth 2022

June 17, 2022
This weekend we recognize Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the end of chattel slavery in America.

Beyond the Capital

Dean Whealan

Dean John Whealan Receives Champion of Intellectual Property Award

June 29, 2022
On June 22 the D.C. Bar recognized Dean Whealan's outstanding legal career, particularly his impact on future attorneys.

3L Fatima Khan Awarded Fellowship with Immigrant Justice Corps

June 27, 2022
The IJC Justice Fellowship is awarded to individuals with tremendous talent, promise, and a demonstrated commitment to providing immigration legal services.
Gunner Swope

Garrett Gunner Swope Awarded The Lavender Equality Fellowship

June 24, 2022
Awarded by the LGBT Bar Association of D.C., the fellowship aims to encourage law students to take their first steps toward careers tackling our nation’s most complex legal issues.

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."

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Faculty In the News

"The Jan. 6 Panel is Gathering Evidence Trump May Have Broken These 4 Federal Laws"

June 30, 2022

Stephen A. Saltzburg was quoted by Business Insider regarding potential criminal charges that could be brought against Trump.

"Midterms Pressure Senate, Biden on Circuit Court Appointments"

June 29, 2022

John P. Collins, Jr. was quoted by Bloomberg Law regarding the remaining judicial positions President Biden is looking to fill.