Virtual Visits

Campus & City Visits


Virtual Ask Me Anything Sessions

Please join members of the GW Law admissions team over Zoom to discuss any admissions-related questions that are on your mind.  These "Ask Me Anything" Sessions are designed to provide a casual space for you to ask us questions and to learn more about GW Law.  Registration is required and space is limited.  Please note that we have sessions exclusively for waitlisted students, as well as more general Ask Me Anything sessions for prospective students and students who have applied but haven't yet received a decision.   Admitted students are encouaged to visit the admitted student site to ask their questions.  We look forward to connecting with you! 



Waitlist Ask Me Anything Sessions 

For waitlisted students only:

Friday, February 4th at 12 pm ET - Register

Tuesday, February 15th at 2 pm ET - Register



General Ask Me Anything Sessions 

For non-waitlisted, prospective students:

Wednesday, February 9th at 2 pm ET - Register


Past Interviews & Sessions


Interview: Jordan Michel, SBA President

Jordan Michel, SBA President 

This session provides an overview of the SBA, with a focus on what new students should know about the SBA. 


Interview: Adrian Snead, JD ‘11

Associate, Holland & Knight

Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) & Alliance of Latino Leadership & Policy (ALLP) Presidential Appointments Vetting Committee (2020); Vice Chair, ABA Committee on Cannabis Law & Policy (2019–2021)

GW Law Activities - Board Member, GW Latino Law Alumni Association, Former VP of Hispanic Law Students Association, Former intern at the White House, U.S. Department of Justice, and United States Senate


Interview: Military Law Society

Please join in on our conversation with 3L Henry Carras, who serves as the President of the Military Law Society, which is dedicated to promoting knowledge and awareness of military law issues affecting students, legal professionals, and members of America's armed forces.  The society builds professional ties between interested students, the law school, and the Washington, D.C. community. The organization is committed to professional development and provides its membership and all law students opportunities to pursue internships and careers in the relevant areas of law.

A Typical Day in the Life of a GW Law Student

Student Ambassadors

Our Student Ambassadors give you a sense of a typical schedule for both a 1L student, as well as an upperclassman. They also discuss their experiences involving journals, skills boards, clinics, and student organizations.


Student Wellness and Academic Support

Elizabeth Ewert, Associate Dean of Students

Learn about everything the Dean of Students Office does to enhance the law school experience, including providing our students with academic and personal advising, as well as collaborating on student governance, programming, wellness, and community inclusion.

Clinical Programs Overview

Laurie Kohn, Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs

Dean Kohn gives an overview of the eleven clinics offered at GW Law, ranging from domestic violence to immigration, to human rights.






More Information


Getting Here

GW Law is at the corner of 20th and H Streets, NW, on the George Washington University's main campus, is easy to reach. Washington, DC is served by three major airports and Amtrak.


Staying in DC

The GW Visitor's Center has compiled a list of nearby hotels for your visit.


Things to Do While You're Here

Visit the District's official calendar of arts, cultural, and sporting events.


GW Law's City Visits

If you aren’t able to visit our nation’s capital, we look forward to meeting you when we visit your campus or city.