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For the fourth year in a row, a group of 90 incoming GW Law students received an intensive introduction to the world of public service and pro bono prior to the beginning of classes. 
Ifeoma Ike, LLM ’10, a recent graduate of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution LLM program, talks about her time at GW Law and how it helped advance her career.  Q: What did you enjoy most about the LLM program at GW Law? A: The intensity of the mock trial and operating as real law firms...
Navigating the pressures of law school, particularly during the first year, is a daunting task made easier by the GW Law Office of Alumni Relations with the recent introduction of the Alumni Mentoring Program. 
The Jacob Burns Community Legal Clinics made their much-anticipated return to the Law School campus this summer from temporary quarters on Pennsylvania Avenue. While the clinics’ location at the corner of 20th and G Streets, NW, is the same as it used to be, the look, size, and functionality...
The Supreme Court has addressed some of the most important social issues of the day this past year, and by virtue of its placement at the center of D.C. culture, GW Law had the opportunity to host major panel discussions on two of them: affirmative action and same-sex marriage.
Washington, D.C., has more lawyers specializing in political law than any other city in the nation and possibly the world. That makes the George Washington University Law School an ideal place to examine the intricacies of political law—from election law and lobbying to campaign finance and...
University of Nevada Las Vegas President Neal Smatresk named Daniel W. Hamilton, JD ’95, the third dean of the William S. Boyd School of Law. Dean Hamilton, previously associate dean for faculty development and professor of law and history at the University of Illinois College of Law, took the helm...
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