The world of driverless cars – also known as autonomous vehicles – is coming, but is our country ready for it?
The GW Center for Law, Economics & Finance is hosting its third FinTech Forum: The Global Reach of Financial Innovation.
Join the George Washington University Law School, Journal of Energy and Environmental Law, and School of Business; the Vanderbilt University Law School and Department of Sociology; and the
Join the GW Law International and Comparative Law Program for a conversation about FCPA investigation, enforcement, and compliance with the Honorable Le
Join the GW Center for Law, Economics, and Finance for a debate with premier national experts about whether the 2008 Financial Crisis was caused by U.S. Housing Policy.
Join GW Law for a conversation with Paul L. Friedman, Senior U.S.
On October 27, GW Law is hosting "The Future of Health Reform: Law, Politics, and Policy." Professor James Morone of Brown University will open the conference with an overview of the "Key Issues in
Bringing together judges, scholars, law practitioners, and high-level veteran government officials, the event will explore terrorism’s impact on victims, methods of legal recourse, the role of soci
The global sports industry is a market in which individuals, businesses, and organizations produce, promote, or organize any activity or business focused on sports.
GW Law will host a conversation with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, moderated by GW Law Professor Bradford Clark.
Immigration is a prominent topic this election season, and April 1 is the first day the U.S.
GW’s Center for Law, Economics & Finance presents: FinTech Forum: The Convergence of Finance, Technology, and the Law.
Join the GW Center for Law, Economics & Finance for a symposium on the Role of the U.S.
GW Law launches the Falk Academy of Management and Entrepreneurship (FAME), a new initiative made possible by the generosity of David Falk, JD ’75.