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

"With the vast amount of data collected and the powerful data analytics at disposal, we are on the path to a privacy dystopia."

April 3, 2024

“20 Talks” is a series of insightful discussions with experts and influential personalities across diverse domains.

Honoring Women's History Month with GW Law Faculty

March 29, 2024

As Women’s History Month comes to a close. We are pleased to highlight three GW Law faculty members whose scholarship focuses on advocating for women’s rights.

GWAC Celebrates 36th Charlotte E. Ray Award Recipient Dean Alfreda Robinson

March 27, 2024

The Greater Washington Area Chapter addresses concerns of the DC metropolitan community emphasizing African-American women in the legal profession.

In the News

"What happens if Trump gets convicted ahead of November?"

The Hill quoted Stephen Saltzburg on what this trial will do to Trump’s popularity, trails and presidential campaign.

"Alvin Bragg Has 'Troubling' Position in Donald Trump Trial—Legal Analyst"

Newsweek quoted Jonathan Turley on Trump’s Hush Money trial.

"Legal experts: Democrats would have a strong case against Ohio law that could keeps Biden off November ballot"

Cleveland.com quoted Paul Schiff Berman discussing the difference on each state’s and each state’s court for ballot rules.

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