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James Van Drie, Class of 2024, Wins the Law Student Writing Contest of the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Armed Forces Law

The ABA SCAFL’s writing contest is an opportunity for law students to showcase outstanding essays that explore military justice issues and applications.

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Associate Dean Schenck Funds National Security Crisis Negotiation Competition for First Year Law Students

Dean Schenck and her husband fund an annual crisis negotiation competition for 1L students, fostering skills applicable across legal fields.

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Retired Judge Advocate Discusses Her Legacy of Service

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency General Counsel and Retired Judge Advocate Discusses Her Legacy of Service in Honor of Veterans Day

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GW Law's Military Ties and National Security Program Fuel JAG Corps Success

GW Law's military ties and National Security program lead to high JAG Corps selections, providing crucial support for students.

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The GW Law Student Who Caught a Spy in the FBI

Former FBI agent and GW Law alumnus Eric O'Neill discusses catching Russian spy Robert Hanssen and shares insights on intelligence, and AI.

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Professor Laura A. Dickinson on the War in Afghanistan

Professor Dickinson answered a couple of questions regarding her publication "Over-the-Horizon Drone Strikes in an Ongoing Global War: Afghanistan and Beyond."

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From GW Law to the JAG Corps

Each panelist offered unique, valuable insights into his or her military branch and individual experience.

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GW Law Hosts Veterans Welcome Back Reception

Guests included Colonel (Ret.) Kenneth Arnold, and Dean Steven L.  Schooner.

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GW Law's National Security, Cybersecurity, and Foreign Relations Law Program Quarterly Newsletter is Now Available

The National Security, Cybersecurity, and Foreign Relations Law Program welcomed a new key leader—Loren Voss.

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Creating a National Cybersecurity Strategy: The First National Cyber Director, Chris Inglis, Addresses the Why, What, How, and Who

Inglis used cyber-attack cases like "SolarWinds" and the "Colonial Pipeline" to highlight the importance of crafting a robust cybersecurity strategy.