Business and Finance Law Student Groups and Journals

Student Organizations

President: TBD
Contact: [email protected]

The Corporate and Business Law Society encourages the exploration of contemporary issues in corporate and business law. Through a variety of student and alumni events and programs, CBLS aims to educate it members, raise awareness of opportunities available in the field, and facilitate the development of professional contacts.

President: Emily Lentz
Contact: [email protected]

The Antitrust Law Association (ALA) brings together students with an interest in Antitrust/Competition law and connects them to practitioners in the field. With the help of GW Law faculty that specialize in Antitrust law and a committed executive board, the ALA will hold activities including: career panels, networking events, Antitrust case visits, and panels on current Antitrust events. ALA programs aim to foster an interest of Antitrust law to all students. We will host panels discussing recent and pending cases that impact consumers, and the field of Antitrust law as a whole.

President: Victor Razon
Contact: [email protected]

The Banking and Securities Law Society exposes its members to banking and securities law through a variety of networking events and career panels. BaSL uses these events to provide members educational and networking opportunities with practitioners and other students that share an interest in banking and securities law. 

President: Michael Piri
Contact: [email protected]

The Entrepreneurship and Law Society (ELS) enables students to understand the business, institutional, and strategic considerations applicable to entrepreneurs, and fosters an understanding of the public policy and legal frameworks that promote innovation. It accomplishes this purpose through activities that include facilitating various school events, cooperating with other student organizations at The George Washington University Law School, developing multi-school events with similar organizations at other law schools, connecting with professional organizations in the Washington, DC Area, and developing and supporting an active networking community among alumni, JD students and LLM students.

President: Lauren (Yon Soo) Kim
Contact: [email protected]

The Tax Law Society is established to promote awareness among students and alumni of the opportunities provided by the study and practice of tax law. Through a variety of student and alumni events and programs, TLS ultimately aims to educate it members, raise awareness of opportunities available in the field, and facilitate the development of professional contacts. 

TLS also acts as a student resource on tax law courses and professors at the Law School. Our organization is open to law students of all levels. 


Business & Finance Law Review

Editor-in-Chief: Jakob Edson [email]

2028 G St. NW
Washington, DC 20052

Business and Finance Law Review (BFLR)  is a scholarly peer-reviewed journal operated and edited by students at The George Washington University Law School and advised by faculty members of GW's Center for Law, Economics, & Finance (C-LEAF). Located in the heart of the Nation’s capital, BFLR aims to be the premier publication for scholars, practitioners, and policymakers to advance innovative and pragmatic legal solutions to emerging issues within the business community. BFLR is a semi-annual journal that publishes scholarly articles, essays, and student-authored notes covering a broad range of topics affecting various industries. Articles address financial technologies, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, securities and capital markets, banking and financial regulation, anti-trust, tax practices, and more.