Donald Trump’s unique approach to leadership, governance, and business has brought the legal profession to a significant crossroad. This crossroad has forced lawyers to revisit and reorient themselves to fundamental principles of the profession. Join our panelists as we discuss how these principles have been, or ought to be, stretched, rendered obsolete, or rather, remain unchanged in the Trump era.
Alan B. Morrison
Lerner Family Associate Dean for Public Interest and Public Service Law; Professorial Lecturer in Law
Founder, Public Citizen Litigation Group
Jim Robertson, JD ‘65
Retired Senior Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia and was appointed by President Clinton
Paulina Vera, JD ‘15
Associate, GW Law Immigration Clinic
Former Immigration Staff Attorney CASA de Maryland
Mike Michel, JD '15
Associate, Brownell Landrigan
Black Law Alumni Association Committee Member, Liaison to the Black Law Student Association
George Washington Law Alumni Association Board Member
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