Professorial Lecturer in Law; Director, Family Law Division, Access to Justice Clinic
Caroline Rogus is a distinguished professorial lecturer in law at GW Law and director of the Access to Justice Clinic (Family Division) at the Law School’s Jacob Burns Community Legal Clinics. Her research and advocacy focus on improving the court system’s response to the needs of underserved communities such as pro se litigants. Ms. Rogus teaches courses in family law at the law school, and also serves as a mediator for DC Superior Court’s Multi-Door Dispute Resolution Division. Previously she was the Friedman Fellow and visiting law professor for GW Law’s Family Justice Litigation Clinic, and the supervisor of the Family Law Pro Bono Project. Ms. Rogus has worked in DC’s public interest community as a domestic violence advocate and a custody guardian ad litem. She began her legal career as a corporate litigator with WilmerHale.