Maryanne Lavan spoke about her commitment to increasing diversity and inclusion as well as recounted the ways parenting has broadened her perspective to sharpen her leadership skills.
Charles B. Craver taught attendees about negotiator styles and process as well as gender differences that could affect bargaining interactions.
The George Washington University Law School has become the new home of the Music Copyright Infringement Resource.
Dmitry Karshtedt offered a practical approach to health regulation with a presentation at the Center for Intellectual Property and Technology Law.
In honor of International Women’s Day, we recognize a few of the many outstanding alumni, faculty, and students in the GW Law community.
Twenty-five years after the end of reconstruction, the first black legal organizations began to spring up in the South.
Natasha Távora Baker, JD '17, was published in the Journal of Juvenile Law & Policy.
A town hall was held to discuss how the criminal justice system handles investigations of African American fatalities in encounters with law enforcement.
Since joining the law school a decade ago, Associate Dean Fine has assisted thousands of students in achieving their career goals.
The GW Law Military Law Society and National Security Law Association hosted an oral argument on United States v. Lopez in the Jacob Burns Moot Courtroom.
In his interview with The Times of London, Scott Gilmore, JD '12, shares what inspired his career, the main issues in Marie Colvin's case, and more.
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History kicked off their year-long celebration with a panel discussion featuring Dean Roger A. Fairfax.
Betsy Hutson, JD ’13, shares about her journey to law school, how she became involved with anti-human trafficking work, and her work with a trafficking survivor.