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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.

HEADLINES

There’s no such thing as ‘absolute immunity’ for former presidents

January 18, 2022
"Trump is at risk of being ordered to pay millions of dollars to the individual victims of the Jan. 6 rampage. Large punitive damage awards can achieve at least partial justice, as they

How Congress Can Protect Abortion Rights Without Codifying Roe

January 14, 2022
"If you had any doubts about the newly reconstituted Supreme Court’s view of abortion, its decision barely preserving the challenge to Texas’s six-week ban on abortions should make it

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In the News

"Who Gets the Child?"

January 18, 2022

Joan S. Meier was quoted by the Washington Post Magazine regarding shared-parenting legislation.

"The Supreme Court Can Correct a Life or Death Injustice for Terence Andrus"

January 18, 2022

Joan Meier wrote for the National Law Journal about the death-penalty case before the Supreme Court, Andrus v. Texas.

"Microsoft Sets Itself Up as a One-Stop Tech Shop with Historic Purchase of Video Game Giant"

January 18, 2022

William E. Kovacic was quoted in the Washington Post about the anti-trust implications of Microsoft purchasing Activision Blizzard.