News Stories

Jessica Floyd Alexander

Dr. Jessica Floyd Alexander Joins Dean of Students

March 23, 2017
Dr. Floyd Alexander is the new Program Administrator for Wellness, Diversity, and Inclusion.
Sarah Adwoa Sofa

LLM Alumna Appointed Minister of State

March 22, 2017
Hon. Sarah Adwoa Safo, LLM '05, was recently appointed as Minister of State in charge of Procurement at the Presidency of the Republic of Ghana.

A Q&A with Professor Thornton

March 17, 2017
Professor Karen Da Ponte Thornton discusses her upcoming role as Director of the Government Procurement Law Program.
DCC Graduates

Alumni Graduate Army's Direct Commissioning Course

March 16, 2017
The newly minted first lieutenants received guidance from several former JAG officers on the faculty.

GW BLSA Wins Regional Awards

March 07, 2017
The Mid-Atlantic Black Law Students Association honored the hard work and dedication of the organization.

How to Develop a Career in Cybersecurity Law

March 01, 2017
The Cybersecurity Law Initiative held its first event, a discussion with Eric Wenger, JD '93.
Peggy Cooper Cafritz

The Art of Law

March 01, 2017
Peggy Cooper Cafritz, JD '71, has inspired thousands with her decades of work in the arts and education.

A Q&A with LLM Alum and Creative Artist June Gachui

February 28, 2017
June Gachui, LLM '09, spoke about life after GW Law and the process of releasing her first album, Twenty Years.
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Pro Bono Case Builds Connection

February 27, 2017
Daniel Singer, JD '11, and students discuss successful pro bono case.

From Government Contracts to Food Blogging: An Alum Makes An Exciting Career Move

February 22, 2017
Lisa Lin, JD '13, discusses how she found success with her popular food blog, “Healthy Nibbles and Bits.”
Students and Judges

Navy-Marine Corps Court Comes to Campus

February 21, 2017
The U.S. Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals heard an oral argument in the Jacob Burns Moot Courtroom and then held a Q+A with students.

How a Mississippi Law Could Threaten LGBT Rights

February 16, 2017
Professor Tuttle and Professor Emeritus Lupu discuss Mississippi's HB 1523, a law that has the potential to threaten the interests of the LGBT community.
Church and State

Church & State Together Again?

February 15, 2017
Professor Galston discusses President Trump's promise to free religious organizations from constraints on political activity.

Pro Bono, Trial Advocacy, and International Law Rank High

February 10, 2017
PreLaw magazine honors GW Law for its significant contributions.

Parker Lewton Wins ABA’s Public Contract Law Writing Competition

February 08, 2017
The winning paper focused on the intersection of government contracting and refugee resettlement.