Laura Cahier, LLM ’21, and Aaron Aber, JD ’20, have been awarded the Jamie Grodsky Prize for Environmental Law Scholarship for their innovative research and scholarship. The 2020 and 2021 Grodsky Prize winners were both celebrated this year at a virtual ceremony in April.
Rosa Celorio, Associate Dean for International and Comparative Legal Studies and Burnett Family Professorial Lecturer in International and Comparative Law and Policy, is appointed to serve as Chair of ASIL's Membership Committee and Next Generation Initiative.
For the first time in GW Law history, The George Washington Law Review will be led by an Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) student. Soohyun Stephanie Hahn, the first AAPI to hold the position, will serve as Editor-in-Chief for Volume 90.
Ethan Shuchart, 1L, is profiled by "ABA for Law Students" for helping dozens of his fellow students find substantial employment opportunities by connecting them with parents looking for childcare options while they work remotely during the pandemic.
In a special bicentennial issue of GW Magazine, Professor Kate Weisburd writes that in order to truly reform criminal justice, we need to rely less on incarceration and punishment and instead redirect our resources toward meeting people's basic needs.
Professor Cynthia Lee discusses with GW Today the potential impact on policing and law enforcement prosecutions following the conviction of former police officer Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd.
Michael Hausfeld, JD '69, a groundbreaking human rights lawyer and one of the top civil litigators in the United States, will deliver the keynote address at GW Law’s Diploma Ceremony on Sunday, May 16, 2021.
In a celebration of Women's History Month, U.S. Rep. Susan Wild, JD '82, PA-07, joined by her son Clay Wild, JD '20, spoke with Dean Dayna Bowen Matthew about women in leadership, her advocacy for mental health, and the January 6 Capitol Hill attack.
In a celebration of Black History Month, ACLU President Deborah N. Archer spoke with Dean Dayna Bowen Matthew about how the law can be used to build a foundation toward equality and announced the organization’s renewed vision for fighting racial injustice.