Campus, City, and Virtual Visits

Campus & City Visits

 

Plan a Visit for 2021

We look forward to welcoming students back to our campus when the time is right, but we do not expect to hold in-person tours during the spring semester.

 

Contact Us

[email protected]
202.994.7230
We look forward to welcoming your in-person visits to the Admissions Office when it physically re-opens. Until then, we are still here for you! Email us to set up a time to meet virtually or by phone.

 

Virtual Sessions

We are excited to offer prospective students the chance to learn more about GW Law through a mix of live and recorded online sessions with admissions representatives, faculty, and current students.

Some of the sessions will be recorded and then posted. The other events will be live over Zoom, including drop-in “Ask Me Anything” events where a member of our admissions team will be taking your admissions questions over video chat, as well as discussions about student life with our Student Ambassadors where they will take your questions live. We look forward to connecting with you! The recorded sessions will be released and posted according to the schedule below, and Zoom links to the live sessions will be posted as the dates approach

 

Admissions Spring 2021 Virtual Sessions

 Ask Me Anything Sessions with members of the GW Law admissions team will be held every other Thursday at 3 pm ET.  Please join us over Zoom to ask us anything that is on your mind.  We look forward to virtually meeting you!  Please note that registration is required.   

 

Student Ambassador Live Drop-In Sessions

 

 We invite prospective and admitted students to join our Student Ambassadors for Zoom Drop-In Office Hour Sessions.  Our Student Ambassadors look forward to your questions and discussing student life in an informal and relaxed atmosphere.  Please register in advance and we hope to see you there!  


 

Community Spotlight Interview Series

Please join the GW Law Admissions team over Zoom for our live Community Spotlight Series. Each Tuesday at 2 pm, an admissions team member will be interviewing a GW Law alum or a student organization leader. Each interview will be approximately 15 minutes long, followed by questions from prospective students. This series aims to give prospective students a sampling of what our community members are involved in, both during law school, as well as professionally after graduation. Please join us! Registration is required.

 

Mike Michel

Tuesday, February 2
2 pm ET

Mike Michel, JD’ 15,

Associate, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney

GW Law Activities - Association of Black Law Alumni President, former President of Black Law Student Association, Small Business Community and Economic Development Clinic Student Attorney

Register here

Laurie Curnes

Tuesday, February 9
2 pm ET

Laurie Curnes, JD ’13 

Director, Business Affairs, ESPN

GW Law Activities - Legal Research & Writing Teachers Assistant, Articles Editor for The George Washington Journal of Energy & Environmental Law, Student Ambassador

Register here

George Washington Statue

Tuesday, February 16
1 pm ET

Lambda Law 

Please join us for a conversation with Lambda Law Co-Presidents Tola Ogunrinde (she/her) and Thomas Boley (he/him). The organization provides a network for professional and social interaction between LGBTQ+ and ally students, faculty, and legal professionals, and for the education of the Law School community about issues facing LGBTQ+ individuals. 


Register here

AJ Sutton

Tuesday, February 23
2 pm ET

Andrew “A.J.” Sutton, JD ’14

Bookoff McAndrews PLLC

GW Law Activities - Former Student Bar Association President and Asian/Pacific American Law Student Association President, Former Chair, GW Law Dean Search Student Advisory Committee, Staff Member of the American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal 

Register here

 

Ashley Carter

Tuesday, March 2
2 pm ET

Ashley Carter, JD ’17

Equal Justice Works Fellow, DC Volunteer Lawyers Project

GW Law Activities - Student Ambassador Co-President, The George Washington International Law Review (Member); Moot Court Board (Member); Student Attorney with Criminal Appeals and Family Justice Litigation Clinics

Register here

Catherine Betacourt

Tuesday, March 9
2 pm ET

Catherine Betancourt, JD ‘17 

Associate Attorney at Janice Flynn & Associates in London, UK 

GW Law Activities - Equal Justice Foundation, Immigration Law Association, Law Revue (the play not the journal!), International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP), Student Ambassadors, Hispanic Law Student Association, Student Attorney at Family Justice Litigation Clinic, Legal Intern at the U.S. Department of Justice in San Juan, PR

Register here

Adrian Snead

Tuesday, March 16
2 pm ET

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

Register here

 

 

 

 

 

The Three Different Ways to Apply to GW Law

Sophia Sim, Associate Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid

This session will help you determine which application process is right for you: the regular admission process, the binding early decision process, or the binding Presidential Merit Scholarship Program, which awards full tuition. 

 

An Overview of the Application Process

Matthew Dillard, Director of Admissions and Megan Spratt, Associate Director of Admissions

During this session, we will cover the different ways to apply and the various components of the application, including standardized test scores, grades, personal statement, resume, and letters of recommendation.

We will also address commonly asked questions about merit scholarships.  

Presidential Distinguished Event Series

 

A Conversation with Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer

In honor of Constitution Day, GW will host a discussion with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer that will consider how the court has used the Constitution to make decisions that impact the nation’s politics today.

 

 

A Conversation on GW Law Student Life

Student Ambassador Leaders

Learn about all we do to leverage our location in the heart of downtown DC, from our field placement program to unparalleled networking opportunities, to venturing off campus to enjoy the many cultural (and free!) offerings that can only be found in DC.

 

 

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.

 

GW Law’s Part-Time, Evening Program

Matthew Dillard, Director of Admissions, and Adam Manning, a Student Ambassador Leader and current part-time student.

Learn about the application process for the evening program, personal experiences from part-time students, and what sets our evening program apart.

 

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.

 

 

Advocacy Competitions at GW Law
David Johnson, Assistant Dean for Pro Bono & Advocacy Programs

Dean David Johnson engages in a conversation about how students can get involved in skills boards, including alternative dispute resolution, mock trial, and moot court.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phone Appointments

Due to the university's mitigation efforts in response to COVID-19, in-person tours and class visits have been canceled. Still, if you have any questions about the admissions process or the GW Law experience, we'd be delighted to speak with you by phone. To make a phone appointment with an admissions counselor, please contact [email protected].

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.