News & Events

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.

HEADLINES

Professor Emeritus Art Wilmarth Authors a New Book on the U.S. Financial System

November 10, 2020
In his new book, Taming the Megabanks: Why We Need a New Glass-Steagall Act, Professor Emeritus Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr. calls for a new Glass-Steagall Act that would separate

2L Receives Inaugural NAPABA Law Foundation SAIL Scholarship

September 08, 2020
Soohyun Stephanie Hahn is a recipient of the Sharon and Ivan Leadership (SAIL) Scholarships from the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Law Foundation for

Upcoming Events

November
24—
November
27

Thanksgiving Recess

All day event.

November
30—
December
02
December
03—
December
15

Examination Period

All day event.

In the News

"Is Google Too Powerful? How A New Era Of Regulation Could Change Big Tech"

November 25, 2020
William E. Kovacic discussed on WFAE-FM (Charlotte, NC) whether the DOJ antitrust lawsuit against Google may usher in a new era of regulation.

"Can Children Be Persuaded to Love a Parent They Hate?"

November 24, 2020

Joan S. Meier is quoted in The Atlantic about how many parents charge parental alienation as a cover for physical or sexual abuse.

"Democrats Can Use the Lame Duck Session to Start Critical Initiatives"

November 23, 2020
Alan B. Morrison writes in The Hill that Democrats should insist on a stimulus package and a fix for the ACA during the lame duck session.