The GW Law Alumni Office hosts more than 100 events around the world each year. We sponsor regular events in Washington, DC and New York City, as well as regional events in California, Georgia, Florida, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and more. Check the Alumni Event Calendar for upcoming events in your area!
Each year, the GW Law hosts two major events to welcome alumni back to the law school. Alumni Weekend comes in the Fall, and is an opportunity for all alumni to visit. There are interest-group based events, lectures, tours, and receptions for you to connect with faculty, students and fellow alums. Then, Reunion is held in the Spring and features class-specific events, tours of the law school, faculty lectures, and family activities. The weekend culminates in the Class Dinner & Alumni Awards presentation at an exclusive location in Washington, DC.
The GW Law Alumni Community allows you to
- Update your information online
- Register for events
- Search for classmates
- Visit your class page
- Join a group based on geographic area or interest
Already have a username affiliated with GW Law? Simply LOGIN!
Need to set up an account? Visit our Registration page. You will need your Login ID#, which is a randomly assigned seven to ten digit number. You can find your Login ID# on your monthly GW Law Alumni e-newsletter.
If you are unable to locate your ID#, please contact the GW Law Alumni Office at 202.994.7166 or email@example.com for assistance.
Keep your @law.gwu.edu email address after you graduate. Also, our Alumni Community allows you to search for GW Law Alumni, keep in touch with classmates through Groups and Discussion Forums, post class notes, share photos, update your contact information, and register for events online. Login or Register today!
GW Law School Alumni may use the Jacob Burns Law Library with their GW Law Alumni Association (GWLAA) membership card.
To receive a GWLAA membership card: Please visit the second floor of the Dean’s Suite in the E Building of the Law School (2000 H St NW). Please report to the front desk and provide your name and graduation year for verification of alumni status and to obtain the membership card. If you have misplaced your GWLAA membership card, you may also obtain a replacement at the Dean’s Suite.
To access the Jacob Burns Law Library: Present the membership card to the front desk of the library. Please note that alumni do not have borrowing privilege at the Jacob Burns Law Library.
The Career Center’s staff members are available to meet in person or to speak with graduates by phone. They are available to discuss resume and cover letter preparation, interviewing tips, job search and career-related resources, job search strategies, networking, informational interviewing, and any other issues of interest to graduates. There are two fully-dedicated alumni counselors who are available to assist you.
The National Association for Law Placement (NALP) publishes a directory of legal employers every year. This directory is available through the Alumni Community (login required) and provides information on member firms, including firm profiles, contacts, salary information, hours, benefits, demographics, hiring criteria, and other valuable data for students and alumni. Students and graduates may search legal employers that fit certain criteria by doing an "Advanced Search." Additionally, students and alumni may export data from the NALP Directory of Legal Employers into an Excel document to use for mail merge purposes. You must be a registered user of the Alumni Community to access this feature.
Alumni may participate in special interest groups. These groups reflect the interests and makeup of GW Law's diverse alumni volunteers, and provide the impetus for various initiatives, activities, and events.
All Law School alumni are also automatically members of the George Washington Alumni Association (GWAA), which includes alumni from all schools within the University. Membership in the GWAA entitles you to additional alumni benefits.