Austin Mooney, 3L, and his team won first place in the Policy Competition category of the 13th annual New York University's Cyber Security Awareness Week (NYU CSAW) in November.
The Supreme Court honored the late Justice Antonin Scalia in a ceremony on November 4 by adopting a resolution offered by the Supreme Court Bar.
GW Law is one of the best schools in the country when it comes to Moot Court success, according to preLaw magazine.
GW Law Professor Neil H. Buchanan has been keeping his eyes closely on the road to the 2016 presidential election.
On September 23, 2016, the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) appointed Elizabeth L. Young as a judge to the San Francisco Immigration Court.
Raymond P. Niro, Sr., JD '69 was a senior partner of Niro Law and worked for more than 40 years in the trial of intellectual property law cases.
By Ruth Steinhardt
Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan doesn’t consider herself to have been destined for the nation’s highest bench.
On a recent visit to Cape Town, South Africa, Dean Blake D.
Clovis Maksoud, JD '51, a scholar, journalist, and prominent diplomat passed away in May at the age of 89.
Selected from a pool of 54 students, the future double GW alumna will speak to an estimated 25,000 people.
Justice Antonin Scalia was an intellectual giant who left his mark not only on the Supreme Court, but also on how we discuss and interpret the Constitution.
From January 6–10, Dean Blake D. Morant, then President of the Association of American Law Schools, presided over the organization’s 110th annual meeting in New York City.
In her new book, Lessons in Censorship: How Schools and Courts Subvert Students’ First Amendment Rights, Professor Catherine Ross explores how court rulings affect the speech rights o