In Case You Missed It

Spring 2018

In Case You Missed it: Spring 2018
January 25, 2018

Each month, GW Law hosts numerous events that cover a variety of exciting and interesting topics. 

Net Neutrality Q&A with FCC Commissioner Clyburn and Panel
April 16

The Global Internet Freedom Project and the GW Law Alumni Association host a Q&A and panel on the law of Net Neutrality. With recent changes to the law, the panel discussed implications and what the recent repeal means moving forward.

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Conversation with the Dean: Mary Schapiro
March 27

Dean Blake D. Morant held a"Conversation with the Dean" event featuring Mary Schapiro, JD '80, Former Chair, US Securities and Exchange Commission. 

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The IMF and the Evolution of International Monetary and Financial Law with IMF General Counsel Sean Hagan
March 23

Sean Hagan, General Counsel at the International Monetary Fund, gave the 2018 Manuel F. Cohen Lecture "The IMF and the Evolution of International Monetary and Financial Law". 

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The Honorable Charles R. Richey Equal Justice Award
March 20

Ceremony honoring the late William T. Coleman, Jr. with the presentation of the Honorable Charles R. Richey Equal Justice Award. The award was accepted by William T. Coleman, III.

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Academic Freedom in an Age of Political Polarization
March 14

Catherine J. Ross participated in a panel that addressed the issues raised by the need to defend academic freedom in an age of political polarization.

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The 8th Annual "Live from L": Cyber Issues in International Law
February 15

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A Conversation with the Dean: Robert and James Altman
February 6

Moderator: Blake D. Morant, Dean and Robert Kramer Research Professor of Law, GW Law


  • Robert Altman, JD '71, Founder, Chairman and CEO, ZeniMax Media
  • James Altman, JD '14, Director of Publishing Operations, Bethesda Softworks, ZeniMax Media company

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Bribe, Swindle, or Steal
Understanding Suspension, Debarment and Blacklisting
January 25

Jessica Tillipman provides a comprehensive and fast-paced explanation of how the government and others use suspension, debarment and blacklisting for punishment or deterrence.