As a GW Law alum, you are part of a global community, with numerous benefits including career development, event invitations, and online resources.
GW Law encourages our alumni to stay connected to the law school, our students, and each other. It's never too late to be an active alum.
Gifts to GW Law help to ensure its strength by supporting institutional priorities including financial aid, academic programs, facilities, and faculty support.
Feel free to contact the office of Alumni and Giving with any questions you may have.
Reunion Weekend 2020 is postponed until further notice. We will notify reunion classes and registrants of the new date once it has been established. Thank you for all you do for GW Law.
Distinguished GW Law alumni and members of the legal community provide guidance and expertise to the dean and academic program directors through participation in one of five Advisory Boards.
The GW Law Alumni Community allows you to update your information, register for events, search for classmates, and more.
The George Washington Law Alumni Association (GWLAA) exists to promote GW Law by engaging its alumni. Both the GWLAA Board of Directors and Alumni Awards' nomination forms are available for 2020-2021.
“I was really active in the life of the law school, and I loved how easy it was to get involved. That activity, along with the academic excellence, helped my GW Law experience fulfill me the way law school was meant to.”
Nicole Tyrell, JD ’14
"My studies at GW prepared me exceptionally well for my current role. One course in particular covered every substantive topic I deal with on a day-to-day basis and helped distinguish me from other applicants.”
Matthew Conrad, LLM ’13
“Take advantage of the terrific team of professors and professionals available to you at GW Law to help you network and build relationships in the energy industry.”
Martha Wyrsch, JD ’86
Alum David Zvenyach, JD ’06, was named a 2015 Legal Rebel by the ABA Journal, which the publication defines as those “mavericks” who “are finding new ways to practice law, represent their clients, adjudicate cases, and train the next generation of lawyers.”
David Zvenyach, JD ’06