Every year a remarkably talented and diverse array of GW Law students develop the expertise and understanding necessary to become leads of the bar, business, and government in the 21st century.
These students, who come to GW from around the country and the globe, share a commitment to making the world a more just and humane place.
GW Law students study with a faculty of expert scholars and practitioners—people who shape the study and practice of law, and whose passion of teaching draws them to our classrooms and to service as coaches, mentors, and advisors to students in a number of capacities.
The University's Office of Disability Support Services provides and coordinates support services for students with a wide variety of disabilities, as well as those temporarily disabled by injury or illness.
GW Law, like the University, is committed to providing veterans with the highest level of support. Learn more about University resources and points of contact for specific needs.
The University Counseling Center (UCC) offers a broad range of services to help students with personal issues. Services include short-term individual therapy, group therapy, crisis services, academic skill enhancement, and psycho-educational workshops.
The University and the Law School provide a variety of services to support the physical and emotional wellness of GW students, and to support students with special needs.