GW Law Magazine
Operating a law school where students of all backgrounds and circumstances are fully represented requires more than a fair-weather commitment. Such a standard must be woven throughout a law school’s mission and culture – and, importantly, it’s financial aid programs.
GW Law has begun a high-impact buildout of its faculty, adding new tenure-track professors, expanding the full-time faculty in its standout Fundamentals of Lawyering Program, and bringing on three new assistant deans in influential areas of legal education.
Motivated. Loyal. Grateful. For GW Law alumni, those three words define their relationship with their alma mater, even long after they’ve graduated and gone on to successful legal careers.
GW Law’s new strategic plan calls for substantially augmenting the Public Interest and Public Service Law program, and no time has been wasted in pushing that goal forward.