GW Law faculty members are scholars and practitioners with strong reputations in the legal community.

Our faculty members are among the most cited law faculty in the nation, appearing in print, online, and on-air, in world-renowned media outlets. But first and foremost, each faculty member is devoted to teaching.

Faculty News

Amicus Brief in United States v. Rahimi Supreme Court Case

September 27, 2023

Professor Mary Anne Franks is among the legal scholars who filed an amicus brief on the Second Amendment case.

A Database from GW Law Informs Users on Litigation Relating to AI

September 21, 2023

The shifting legal landscape surrounding artificial intelligence is commanding attention, says Professor Robert Brauneis.

Professor Solove Discusses Data Privacy on the unSILOed Podcast

September 13, 2023

Professor Solove joined the unSILOed Podcast to discuss privacy laws, why changing your password often is bad advice, and more.

In the News

"Judiciary will operate if government shuts down as GOP seeks to halt Trump trials"

Washington Examiner quoted Aram Gavoor, discussing the importance of the judiciary remaining open during a government shutdown.

"Is impeachment the new normal?"

Scripps News quoted Alan Morrison explaining the legalities of the impeachment process and its changes throughout history.

Bloomberg Radio, Sept. 18, 2023 | William Kovacic

Bloomberg Radio aired an interview with William Kovacic on Google’s antitrust and monopoly trial.

Scholarly Work

Our faculty are leading scholars and practitioners—experts whose experience and passion for teaching shape the study and practice of law. Learn more about publications and other work written by our faculty.

Daniel J. Solove
Breached!: Why Data Security Law Fails and How to Improve It

Rosa Celorio
Women and International Human Rights in Modern Times: A Contemporary Casebook 

Dayna Bowen Matthew
Just Health: Treating Structural Racism to Heal America

Catherine J. Ross
A Right to Lie? Presidents, Other Liars, and the First Amendment

Additional Faculty Scholarship News

Faculty Books