Dean's Advisory Council
The Dean's Advisory Council is comprised of alumni and accomplished legal professionals who provide the Dean with expert advice on a variety of issues. Serving on the Council provides intimate access to the Dean and all of the valuable resources that GW Law has to offer.
A think tank that addresses major issues in the economic and financial arena in the U.S. and around the world, this council fuses the study of corporate law and finance, securities regulation, banking law, bankruptcy law, market regulation, central banking, commercial law, comparative economic and financial law, international business law, and accounting.
The newest of the Advisory Councils at GW Law, this council supports the Environmental and Energy Law Program. Members provide the Dean and program staff unique insight into the practical world of energy production, policy, business markets, and law.
This council allows the Government Procurement Law Program to draw upon the support, advice, and expertise of a wide range of leaders from throughout the public procurement and acquisition field.
This council provides support to ensure the Intellectual Property Law Program's preeminence in all areas, including curriculum, research, extracurricular activities, career development, and alumni relations. Its members are leading attorneys, judges, and government officials in the field of intellectual property law.
The GW Law Public Interest Advisory Council (PIAC) is the primary advisory body to the Law School’s Public Interest/Public Service program. It is a diverse group which advises the Dean, the Public Interest Program Director, and the Faculty Director, to assist the faculty and staff in assuring that the Law School prepares students for careers in the nonprofit and government sectors. Membership on the Council is drawn from private practice, corporate practice, government practice, nonprofit organizations, and the judiciary. It reflects diversity in age, gender, race, and ethnicity.