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Last year, when Olivia Radics, LLM, ’13, looked around her classrooms, she saw peers from Sri Lanka, Bolivia, Pakistan, Germany, Israel, France, and the United States. When she listened to them, she heard the most creative thinking about how to address climate change, environmental treaties, and...
The word “lucky” is rarely uttered in the same breath as Auschwitz. But GW Law Professor Thomas Buergenthal, one of the youngest survivors of the notorious concentration camp, indeed considers himself a lucky man. Defying death countless times, he emerged from the horrors of the Holocaust at the...
Ryan Rambudhan’s first assignment as a summer intern in 2011 at the Nassau County District Court in New York was to write a decision for a DWI case. The presiding judge gave him no further direction. But Mr. Rambudhan, JD ’13, dived right in. The judge largely accepted his draft, and published the...
The George Washington University will celebrate its 200th birthday in 2021, and its march toward that remarkable milestone is sure to be an exciting one given the dramatically changing nature of higher education. GW’s board of trustees, therefore, recently approved a 10-year strategic plan, “Vision...
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