News & Events

Catherine Ross at the Newseum


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.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Justice Ginsburg leaves behind an indelible legacy and touched the lives of countless Americans—including many members of the GW Law community who counted her as a mentor and friend.


Alumna Fights For Farmworkers’ Rights as Legal Fellow

August 03, 2021
Tessa Pulaski, JD ’21, was named as a legal fellow with Farmworker Justice, a national nonprofit focused on empowering migrant and seasonal farmworkers.

Professor Kate Weisburd Receives Reidenberg-Kerr Award for Research

August 03, 2021
Kate Weisburd, Associate Professor of Law, was commended at the 2021 Privacy Law Scholars Conference for her research analyzing the use of electronic ankle monitoring within the criminal

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In the News

"Democrats' Election Bills Ignore the Founders' Principles"

August 03, 2021
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill that Democrat-backed election reform legislation ignores the Framers' preference for state-run elections.

"Biden Administration Slow to Embrace Booster Shots as Other Countries Forge Ahead"

August 02, 2021

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in the Washington Examiner about the Biden administration's hesitance to recommend Covid booster shots.

"America’s Hidden Crisis of Power and Place"

August 02, 2021
David Fontana writes in the Washington Post about wealthy Americans retreating into pockets of the country, eroding public trust in our democracy.