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With several events taking place each day, GW Law is a hub of legal activity. From moot court competitions judged by Supreme Court justices to lectures by prominent legal minds to career development programs, the law school is always abuzz with activities that benefit students, faculty, and the GW community.

Church and State

Church & State Together Again?

Professor Galston discusses President Trump's promise to free religious organizations from constraints on political activity.


How a Mississippi Law Could Threaten LGBT Rights

February 16, 2017

Professor Tuttle and Professor Emeritus Lupu discuss Mississippi's HB 1523, a law that has the potential to threaten the interests of the LGBT community.

Pro Bono, Trial Advocacy, and International Law Rank High

February 10, 2017

PreLaw magazine honors GW Law for its significant contributions.

Parker Lewton Wins ABA’s Public Contract Law Writing Competition

February 08, 2017

The winning paper focused on the intersection of government contracting and refugee resettlement.

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In the News

“Tech's Beloved H-1B Visa is Flawed. Here's Why”

February 21, 2017

Neil Ruiz is quoted by CNN about how to prioritize who should get the H-1B visa.

“The Police Can’t Just Share the Contents of a Seized iPhone With Other Agencies, Court Rules”

February 21, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about how the Fourth Amendment comes into play when sharing a seized phone's data.

“Supreme Court Hears Case of Mexican Teen Slain Across Border”

February 21, 2017

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The Associated Press about global internet surveillance, particularly when foreigners are involved.