Immigration, Family Separation, Detention, and Beyond: Where is the U.S. Heading?
The International and Comparative Law Program hosted a roundtable to discuss current issues related to the enforcement of immigration laws in the United States.
Advising Emerging Companies: How Lawyers and Entrepreneurs Make Innovation Happen
The Business and Finance Law Program hosted experts to discuss how lawyers support the creation and growth of new, innovative, and high-growth companies.
Solving the Democratic Deficit in Central Banks and Other Independent Agencies
Paul Tucker, former Deputy Governor, Bank of England (2009-13) and member, G20 Financial Stability Board Steering Group, shared his experience working in central banking.
A 30-Year History of the Financial Crisis
Thomas M. Hoenig, Former Vice Chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Former President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, shared his experience handling the financial crisis.
Diversity in the Legal Profession: A Conversation with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Moderated by California Supreme Court Justice Goodwin H. Liu
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States, talked about diversity in the legal profession with GW Law community and the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association.
Previewing the Supreme Court's October Term 2018
A distinguished panel of legal experts discussed the nomination of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court and cases on the docket for the Supreme Court’s October Term 2018.
The Ideal of the “Lawyer-Statesman” in Modern Legal Practice
A 40-Year Perspective
The Business and Finance Law Program hosted Lee C. Buchheit, Partner and International Authority on Sovereign Debt Restructuring, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton. Jeremy Pam, Director, Business and Finance Law Program, moderated the event.